When it comes to food safety, dry toner has an advantage over other technologies.
Filip Weymans, Xeikon VP Global Marketing08.31.17
Not one label is the same – different applications require different digital technologies, which is precisely why printing is such an exciting business. Whether it is for pharma, wine & spirits, durables, health & beauty, industrial chemicals or beverages, every label comes with its own aesthetic and functional requirements.
In a series of blogs, we dive deeper into the characteristics of each of these labels, and advice which digital printing technology is best suited. There are many decisive factors and one could easily get confused and feel lost with all the options out there. We will tell exactly which digital printing technology is recommended to achieve the optimal results, taking into account quality, substrates, look & feel and functionality, amongst other technical specialities.
First up in this article, is food label printing and its specific requirements due to its stringent food safety regulations and demand for high quality at reasonable
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