During Global Food Contact 2014, Silver Spring, MD on May 12-14, 2014, Sun Chemical will show how its full range of low migration solutions meet the strictest compliance measures worldwide and help prevent inks on packaging from migrating into food, pharmaceutical and tobacco products.
“Brand owners of pharmaceutical companies have an obligation to create packaging and use inks that avoid the contamination of their products,” said Penny Holland, vice president, marketing, North American Inks, Sun Chemical. “Sun Chemical can help these companies use solutions that will maximize the life of their products, maintain safety, and comply with the strictest of guidelines in the world.”
At Table 1 during the conference, Sun Chemical will introduce visitors to its SunPak LMQ products, which help address the risk brand owners face in food and pharmaceutical packaging where compounds from materials in the packaging structure can migrate into the product or the surrounding environment. SunPak LMQ inks exhibit very low odor, off-flavor and migration levels, and offer a comprehensive solution to brand owners and converters who are looking for ways to address migration concerns for food, pharmaceutical and tobacco applications.
The Sun Chemical solution combines chemistry, press preparation procedures, lithographic guidance and analytical support to help converters meet the most demanding requirements. Printers and brand owners can request a free copy of Sun Chemical’s Low Migration Best Practice Guide at www.sunchemical.com/low-migration-inks-and-coatings.
Sun Chemical to Showcase Low Migration Technologies at Global Food Contact 2014