PARSIPPANY, N.J., U.S.A. – Sun Chemical’s Jim Bishop will speak during a panel discussion on food packaging compliance at the PRIMIR (Print Industries Market Information and Research Organization) Summer Meeting held in Nashville, Tenn. on June 16-18.
The round table discussion, to be held from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 17th, will provide insight into the current issues surrounding the migration of chemicals on packaging that can affect food contents. The presentation will provide a better understanding of food packaging regulations and explain how those regulations affect all companies involved in the food packaging value-chain from brand owners to package printers and their suppliers.
Bishop, a field product manager of UV, EB and conventional packaging inks at Sun Chemical, brings over 30 years of experience in packaging ink and application technology. He started his career with Sun Chemical as a research chemist specializing in UV & low migration technologies and now manages the offset packaging product line.
Sun Chemical offers low migration quality/compliant products to printers. Its SunPak® LMQ and SunCure® FLMproducts help address the risk brand owners face in packaging, where chemicals from materials in the packaging structure can migrate into the food product or the surrounding environment. Sun Chemical products exhibit very low odor, taint and migration levels, and offer a comprehensive solution to brand owners and converters who are looking for ways to address migration concerns for food, pharmaceutical and tobacco applications.
The Sun Chemical solution combines press room chemistry, press preparation procedures, lithographic guidance and analytical support to help converters meet the most demanding requirements. For more information about Sun Chemical low migration/compliance products, visit www.sunchemical.com/lowmigration.