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Modern product packaging would be impossible to imagine without adhesives. Henkel’s experts in adhesive technologies supply packaging that is not only bonded strongly, but that also provide the highest possible degree of food safety.
The safety of food packaging is under increasing scrutiny. The range of applications for adhesives in food packaging covers everything from breakfast cereal boxes and packaging for frozen food through to glossy potato chip packets and foil and film pouches for perishable goods like meat and cheese. Henkel’s specialists use their expert knowledge to help ensure that producers are able to deliver the maximum level of safety in their packaging operations.
Henkel regards itself as partner for food producers and packaging manufacturers, and supports them with a wide range of solutions. Working closely with the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Henkel has launched an initiative to support the fight against global food wastage. The initiative aims of to provide decision-makers in the food industry with a source of essential information on the subject of food safety.
Henkel offers information through several channels, with its newly created website www.henkel.com/foodsafety providing a central focus point.
Csaba Szendrei, Head of the Packaging Adhesives business at Henkel, on Food Safe Packaging.
Whether applied to a dry or a wet and cold bottle, the label sticks. And it stays stuck, even when exposed to ice and cold. Then, at the end of the cycle, the label can be removed without problem.
The price of casein has continuously risen over the last few months and currently stands at 5.05 US$/lb, or more than 8.50 €/kg. (Source: http://future.aae.wisc.edu)
Henkel’s product developers are keen to promote the process of information interchange with all partners involved in the value chain of the food production and packaging sector.