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  • Edible films and other delights

    Jack Kenny || November 20, 2015
    Film materials now can be made from shrimp and crab shells.

  • Worth watching

    Steve Katz, Editor || October 13, 2015
    I’m often asked how we choose which label businesses to include in our annual Companies to Watch feature. It’s a good question, because it’s not an exact science. Several of L&NW’s sister publications here at Rodman Media…

  • What does BPA-free mean?

    Jack Kenny || April 16, 2015
    Research on a consumer labeling program has a peculiar result.

  • Sonic Solutions LLC

    Sonic Solutions LLC

    Joe Walczak, President || April 13, 2015
    Sonic Solutions recently upgraded it's entire equipment line to the new Phoenix Series. The development of the Phoenix Series was based upon further protecting customer's anilox rolls and include a safer level of ultrasonics, modified power g…

  • Cheers

    Steve Katz, Editor || January 26, 2015
    In a blind taste test, I can’t tell the difference between Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio, a Shiraz or a Merlot. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the occasional glass (or bottle) of wine, I just prefer beer, and lately I’ve taken a li…

  • Twenty years ago: A look back

    Jack Kenny || January 26, 2015
    From art to science, an industry evolves quickly.

  • Cannabis labels

    Jack Kenny || January 24, 2014
    Pain and pleasure, pleasure and pain. Enhance the one, subdue the other. One plant has the power to do both. Hundreds of thousands are in prisons today for possessing that one plant. In the United States over the past few years, 20 states have decide…

  • New sticker makes humans invisible (to mosquitos)

    New sticker makes humans invisible (to mosquitos)

    Jack Kenny, Contributing Editor || September 13, 2013
    A California team pits a self-adhesive patch against the disease-bearing insects.

  • SKU proliferation

    Jack Kenny || October 9, 2012
    A new study shows that the pain of short run production is not limited to label converters.