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Tamper Evident Packaging is important as it reveals whether or not the product has been altered since it left the manufacturer. After a high profile case where persons claimed to add poisons to baby food, then replace the cans back on supermarket shelves, tamper evident packaging became increasingly popular, with jars of food appearing with a bubble-top lid which more

Tamper Evident Packaging is important as it reveals whether or not the product has been altered since it left the manufacturer. After a high profile case where persons claimed to add poisons to baby food, then replace the cans back on supermarket shelves, tamper evident packaging became increasingly popular, with jars of food appearing with a bubble-top lid which popped out if the jar had been previously opened. Other examples of this kind of packaging include wrapping the product in cellophane or placing a plastic strip across the lid of the package, meaning it would have to be removed before the product can be opened.

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