The presence of oxygen in a food-containing container causes the growth of aerobe and fungal molds. In addition, oxidative activity inside the container creates unwanted flavors and changes in the color and nutritional properties of the food. Similarly, the presence of moisture in a food container could create a hunch in powdered products or soften crisp foods. In addition, moisture can help to grow germs. On the other hand, too much dryness of the interior of the container causes the food to melt slightly. Therefore, the vacuum bags could the way to protect food and pharmacy.