Aug 19, 2013 Düsseldorf / Germany
Whitepaper “Analysis of Non-Intentionally Added Substances”
Food packaging safety is an issue to which Henkel – as the world’s largest adhesives manufacturer – is deeply committed. On its newly created knowledge platform “Food Safe Packaging Portal Europe”, Henkel offers a whitepaper about the “Analysis of Non-Intentionally Added Substances”. Dr. Matthias Frischmann explains in his whitepaper the necessity to identify and trace non-intentionally added substances like impurities, manufacturing by-products and degradations. Also he provides an overview about the different analytical techniques, which are applied to identify these substances down to the lowest levels.
In the whitepapers extensive case studies, customer references and market research findings about food safe packaging issues are offered for download. The Henkel experts provide in these whitepapers a summary as well as profound information about relevant topics. Interested persons can register at www.henkel.com/foodsafety for the premium area, where the whitepapers can be found, a comprehensive glossary and further videos covering a range of key issues.