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EuPIA issues new guidelines on printing inks in food packaging

Wednesday, 23 November 2011

The updated version replaces the September 2009 protocols of EuPIA’s guideline relating to the non-food contact surface of food packaging materials and articles.

The European Printing Ink Association (EuPIA) has issued updated guidelines relating to the non-food contact surface of food packaging materials and articles, to take account of recent EU regulatory changes. The updated guideline replaces the September 2009 version. Printing inks and varnishes for food packaging represent an important market segment for EuPIA members. Therefore, the association has for many years put special emphasis on food packaging and consumer safety. Together with its members, EuPIA has developed strategies and concepts defining the ink manufacturers’ contributions to the food packaging supply chain.

Compliance with food packaging legislation is a very complex undertaking, and it is for this reason that EuPIA supports its members by issuing guidance documents. Source: FlintGroup
Compliance with food packaging legislation is a very complex undertaking, and it is for this reason that EuPIA supports its members by issuing guid...
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