The commercial success of plastic as a packaging product is the result of combining flexibility (from film to rigid applications), durability, lightness, stability, impermeability and easy sterilization. These properties make plastics an ideal packaging material for all types of commercial and industrial users. For example, plastic food packaging does not affect the taste and quality of the food product. In fact, the inhibitory properties of plastic materials protect the natural flavor of the food while protecting it from external contamination. In addition, the material's unique versatility is demonstrated in countless applications such as fresh meat wrap films, beverage bottles, edible oil and sauces, yogurt and margarine containers.