With the rapid development of economy, the improvement of our living standards and the development of market economy, people’s pursuit of life taste is getting better and better. Tea is not only culture. There are thousands of tea leaves on the market, but why do good tea like to be packaged in iron tea cans? Let’s follow the industry iron box to understand why tea is packed in iron box?
Tea is not only a culture, drinking tea can not only refresh the mind, but also a very good way of maintenance, so it has attracted more and more attention. There must be tea in general hospitality. Many families will buy good tea and store it at home, but if it is not well preserved, it will waste good tea. In fact, the storage of tea is very simple, and there are many methods. Let’s teach you a simple one, which is stored in iron cans. If you want to know the preservation method of tea, whether tea is put in an iron box or in a package, you should understand why tea deteriorates and what causes tea to deteriorate?
Now more and more tea are sold in the market, and there are many kinds of tea packaging, but the appropriate packaging can be just right. The usual carton packaging of tea looks exquisite and easy to carry, but we all know that when the carton is wet, it is easy to rot, and the iron box packaging of tea is everywhere. Next, Changcheng Xiaobian Changcheng packaging will explain to you that the iron box can hold tea?
The main reason for the deterioration of tea is that it is not tightly sealed, which makes the tea absorb the moisture and peculiar smell in the air, or the light shines on the tea, which makes the tea lose its original flavor. The more expensive the tea is, the more likely it is to change its taste. This problem can be solved by storing in iron cans. The iron jar is tightly packed, which can well block the contact between tea and air, and has a good effect on moisture-proof, anti-oxidation, light blocking and odor prevention. At the same time, the iron jar itself has no peculiar smell and will not affect the original fragrance of tea.