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  • FDA to scrutinize ‘natural’ labels

    Jack Kenny || April 8, 2016
    Those of us in the USA who pay attention to labels and what appears on them are fairly well aware that the word “natural” really doesn’t mean much. The federal government, in the form of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has n…

  • Dutch printer first to use Xeikon 3000 series for IML

    July 21, 2014
    Dutch printer aL Printing has become the first printer to implement the recently launched Xeikon In-Mold Label Suite, which consists of the Xeikon 3000 series of digital presses, substrates, software and finishing hardware. The printer specializes in…

  • Ritrama introduces new food topcoating

    March 31, 2014
    The line includes two polypropylene films, two polyethylenes and a coated paper.

  • Food Labels

    Food Labels

    Catherine Diamond || January 18, 2012
    It’s rare to find a product that people not only require, but enjoy. For converters in the food label industry, this segment offers steady work, but not without challenges.

  • Synthetic Substrates

    Synthetic Substrates

    Catherine Diamond || September 8, 2011
    The proliferation of synthetic substrates on today's market is a result of not only their sustainability and eco-friendly factor, but also their strength and unrivaled durability.

  • Food Labeling

    Food Labeling

    March 6, 2009
    Issues abound in this complex segment of the packaging industry.

  • Xeikon unveils digital five color label press

    July 23, 2008
    Xeikon unveils digital five color label press Xeikon, a division of Punch Graphix, has introduced a new digital color label press, the Xeikon 3300. The Xeikon 3300 offers true 1200 dpi at 4 bits per spot. With a top speed of 19.2 m/min (63 fpm) it i…

  • FDA approves UV/EB coatings for food contact

    April 15, 2008
    The US Food and Drug Administration has given its approval to the use of UV and EB coatings that come into direct contact with food.