Flint Group announced that its FlexiStar BRC inks for packaging applications are the first solvent-based flexo inks certified by NAPIM as a biorenewable ink with a BRC Index of 80, and was developed using NAPIM certified bio-based raw materials.
NAPIM’s BioRenewable Content (BRC) program identifies printing ink formulations using bio-derived renewable resources; this program identifies the amount of bio-derived components used.
The soon-to-be-released FlexiStar BRC ink system boasts a BioRenewable Content Index rating of 80 - providing the market with high quality packaging inks that also address concerns related to our environment and sustainability.
The targeted surface printed application segments for FlexiStar BRC are:
• Frozen food bags – for vegetables and meat.
• Feminine hygiene packaging.
• Diaper packaging.
• Grocery/retail bags.
“The development of FlexiStar BRC is in line with Flint Group’s go
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