After extensive testing, the Scodix Polymer PolySense 850 (PS850) has been certified to be in compliance with Nestlé’s Guidance Note on Packaging Inks. Suitable for indirect food contact, PS850 is the latest Scodix polymer to be released for exclusive use with the Scodix Ultra 6000 system. The polymer is suitable for embellishments, including Scodix High Definition, Scodix Sense, Scodix Metallic, Scodix Foil, Scodix VDE and Scodix Cast&Cure.
As the largest publicly held food company in the world, Nestlé maintains strict and stringent testing of all vendor components in the supply chain. Achieving Nestlé compliance means that Scodix Polymer PS850 has passed migration tests for secondary food contact at SQTS labs in Switzerland, according to Swiss Ordinance. The certification for PS850 certifies that Scodix embellished packaging excludes harmful chemical contaminants and is a safe method of product decoration for food packaging.
Ziki Kuly, Scodix VP product marketing, said: “This is a great leap forward for customers needing the accreditation to win new types of work or for brands that want to upscale the impact of their food packaging. This is now not only possible, but economical and sustainable, even for multi-SKU designs and jobs requiring a short time-to-market.”
Scodix PS850 is a new polymer that adds both spot UV and foil embellishments. It joins the PS550 to create a family of indirect food contact products, but the new PS850 enables the user to enjoy the benefits of Smart High Definition (SHD) from the Ultra 6000. PS850 supports embellishments that emulate traditional hot foiling but offers print converters the flexibility of digital technology.
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