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From seafood waste to active seafood packaging: an emerging opportunity of the circular economy

Filename 149. De la Caba et al., Seafood packaging. J Cleaner Prod 2019.pdf
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Date added June 17, 2019
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Category Reviews
Tags Circular economy, Interdisciplinary approach, Life cycle assessment, Resource efficiency, Sustainable packaging, Waste valorization
Authors De la Caba, K., Guerrero, P., Si Trung, T., Cruz-Romero, M., Kerry, J. P., Fluhr, J., Maurer, M., Kruijssen, F., Albalat, A., Bunting, S., Burt, S., Little, D., and Newton, R.
Citation De la Caba, K., Guerrero, P., Si Trung, T., Cruz-Romero, M., Kerry, J. P., Fluhr, J., Maurer, M., Kruijssen, F., Albalat, A., Bunting, S., Burt, S., Little, D., and Newton, R.: From seafood waste to active seafood packaging: an emerging opportunity of the circular economy. J. Clean. Prod. 2019: 208; 86-98.
Corresponding authors Newton, R.
DocNum r.149
DocType PDF
Edition; Page 208; 86-98
IF 7.25
Publisher J. Clean. Prod.
ReleaseDate 2019

Sustainable development is an overarching objective that requires an interdisciplinary approach in order to address the societal challenge concerning climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials. In this context, valorization of abundant and available bio-wastes with high potential to manufacture value-added products is the first step to close the loop between waste and consumption in line with the main goal of the circular economy. In the last years, many research works have been published in the literature regarding novel food packaging. However, most of them are focused on packaging composition (scientific aspects) and some of them on the packaging manufacture (techno- logical aspects), but very few studies are concerned about the influence of bringing novel food packaging systems into the market on environmental, social and economic issues. In this regard, this review intends to fill this gap, considering the potential of developing food packaging from food processing waste in order to create business for food industries, being aware of the food quality demanded by consumers and the environmental care demanded by institutions and society.

(Last update: 02.2021)

Number of publications (original work and reviews) in peer-reviewed journals: 601
Number of original publications in peer-reviewed journals: 432
Number of reviews in peer-reviewed journals: 169
Cumulative IF of publications (original work & reviews) in peer-reviewed journals: 3326,21
Cumulative IF for original publications in peer-reviewed journals: 2659,47
Cumulative IF for reviews in peer-reviewed journals: 666,74
Citations, Hirsch index: (view on Web of Science) 24104