Food-Safe Printing Ink Market to Grow Faster than the Food Packaging Market

Smyth, Sean
January 2017
Ink World;Jan/Feb2017, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that food safe printing ink industry is growing at a faster rate when compared to food packaging market. Topics discussed include increase in use of food grade inks in food packaging industries for eliminating contamination of the food product, rise in the price of food safe ink with respect to their demand in the market, and information on emission of volatile organic compounds from coating processes.


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