At LINPAC Packaging we were delighted with the decision by the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) decision to give an official positive opinion regarding the super-cleaning process used in its factories in Spain, Italy, and Germany. In a report published by EFSA its authors confirmed that the critical steps of the decontamination process that LINPAC uses for its post-consumer PET produces a recycled product that does “not give rise to concern for a risk to human health”, even when used with 100% rPET.
We have teamed up with Addmaster to develop a range of trays and films with built-in antimicrobial technology to reduce bacteria growth on the outer packaging of fresh meat. Contamination from harmful bacteria such as Salmonella, E.coli and Campylobacter – the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK - is an increasing concern for the entire supply chain and preventing cross-contamination during preparation, processing, packing and distribution is seen as a key strategy in reducing the risk to consumers.
We had a surpise visitor to our Pravia site – of the feathered variety. Our director of operations Ana Fernández opened a parcel to find a carrier pigeon. Ana was sent the bird by Prosistemas, an industrial engineering company, inviting her to a demonstration of what they were doing for two of their clients – IKEA’s new shop in Valencia and INDITEX’s premises in Guadalajara.
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