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FSIS recommends refrigerated food be thrown out if left out for more than two hours.
Videojet 1620 and 1650 Ultra-High Speed continuous ink jet printers deliver code content for high-speed applications, including beverage and canning, and high-code content environments such as dairy.
Attract and Inform: Using graphic enhancements to differentiate packaged goods and highlight important product information
Many consumers seek out local or organic goods or products that fit their dietary restrictions.
We discuss the future of digital printing technologies with Kate Achelpohl, director of member communications at PMMI.
Dutch Gold Honey has grown into the largest family-owned honey company in the US. Located in Lancaster, PA, its products include 11 honey varietals, an organic honey and three varieties of maple syrup.
Printing 100 terminal block markers in 10.7 seconds, the WAGO thermal transfer smartPRINTER marks WMB markers, continuous marking strips, wire/cable markers, push-button plates and adhesive labels.
While mainstream beer makers wrestle with a market in decline, craft breweries continue to enjoy double digit growth.
The EBS 6500 small-character, continuous ink jet system has a touch screen display that prints multi-lingual alphanumeric text and barcodes for inline product and package coding.
Incorporating scribing laser technology and large marking fields, the Videojet 3020 entry-level, 10W CO2 laser coder marks and codes paper, cardboard, plastics and other materials.