New Vivos Edible Delivery Systems from water-soluble film manufacturer of MonoSol have been formulated to create pre-portioned pouches of food ingredients that can be dissolved in hot or cold water. Targeted applications include convenient portion packs for retail sale, as well as ingredient delivery for the foodservice or food manufacturing areas.
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Tekni-Plex features sustainable PVC-free films for pharmaceutical solutions. Made of copolyester, films can be used on existing pharmaceutical equipment, and run at considerably lower temperatures than PVC. Full range of barrier available for either moisture or oxygen.
Engineered from Vivos films from MonoSol, Vivos Edible Delivery Systems are water-soluble, edible pouches that disappear and release their contents when exposed to hot or cold liquids; the dissolved film can then be consumed along with the food.
Developed for use as a print web, Toray Plastics’ new Torayfan F63 heat-sealable BOPP film is made with a proprietary technology that enables the adhesion of water- and solvent-based inks on the print side of the film to provide high-quality printed finished pieces.
VpCI-125 patented static dissipative film from Cortec is a non-toxic film combining plastic technology with effective corrosion protection of sensitive electronics equipment and components for different metals.