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What You Need To Know About PFAS Chemicals in Food Packaging

What You Need To Know About PFAS Chemicals in Food Packaging

The next big changes coming to food service packaging. First it was plastic bags, then it was plastic straws, now there are other food packaging concerns at the front of people’s minds. PFAS chemicals have been quietly concerning people for years and the calls to ban them from food packaging are getting louder. Three U.S. States have already banned the use of PFAS chemicals in food packaging, and some major restaurant companies are promising to eliminate their use as soon…

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Start the New Year with a New Look: Custom Packaging Trends for 2021

Start the New Year with a New Look: Custom Packaging Trends for 2021

2020 has been a wild year, and many businesses have faced hardships, setbacks, and big budget restrictions. In 2021, branding and marketing your business effectively will be more important than ever. If you are looking to invest in rebranding in 2021 and want a fresh new look to attract more customers, here are some ideas for the top custom packaging trends. Personalized Printed Labels Companies are always trying to connect with their customers on a deeper level and make every…

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Comparing Restaurant Bag Styles

Comparing Restaurant Bag Styles

Most of us can sympathize with the customer who orders a delicious meal to-go and gets handed their goods in a flimsy grocery bag, only to half the contents spill out on the way home. We’ve all been there. Some might even go so far as to say that exact experience is what made them start shopping for custom restaurant packaging for their establishment. But how do you know which food packaging is right for you? Below we compare our…

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Food Safe Inks for Printed Deli Paper

Food Safe Inks for Printed Deli Paper

According to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), a food additive such as food safe inks, are defined as “…any substance the intended use of which results or may reasonably be expected to result, directly or indirectly, in its becoming a component of, or otherwise affecting the characteristic of any food including any substance intended for use in…packing…packaging…or holding food….” As we can see from this definition, under many circumstances printing inks and coatings that come into contact…

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