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David Savastano, Editor03.01.18
Food packaging is the most heavily regulated mainstream area for ink manufacturers, and rightfully so, as packaging can possibly impact the foods that are consumed.
In the case of Colorcon No-Tox® Products, food packaging requirements are even more stringent, as the ink can be printed directly on packaging that comes in direct contact with food.
“Colorcon inks can be found in direct contact with many leading products used by consumers on a daily basis,” said Knut Fenner, GM at Colorcon No-Tox Products. “From inside-printing on yoghurt-lids to chocolate and candy wrappers, from direct-food contact surfaces of fast food containers to tray liners to pet food packaging, our inks are chosen for their compliance with FDA raw material requirements and the manufacturing processes Colorcon has implemented to guarantee the highest safety and quality for our customers.”
Not surprisingly, Colorcon offers the latest quality standards, usin
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