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FDA considers health claim for soy

In 1999, the agency approved a health claim stating “Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol that include 25 grams of soy protein a day may reduce the risk of heart disease.”
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Make2Pack speakers at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, left to right: ELAU's John Kowal, Fred Putnam of MARKEM, Douglas Machine's Joe Faust,
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Maxed out on packaging productivity?

P&G, Douglas Machine, MARKEM and ELAU joint Conference presentation at PELV documents benefits of Make2Pack modularity in packaging machine design, deployment.
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EPCglobal, Inc: EPCglobal, Inc: EPCglobal, Inc: EPC Gen 2 RFID labels available

Lowry Computer Products announced in August an agreement in which Lowry’s label conversion facility will integrate Texas Instruments' Electronic Product CodeTM (EPC) Gen 2 inlays into its Smart Trac RFID labels.
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Stronger brands and packages for Malaysia...

with the opening of a new design center.
Ralf Saykiewicz, vice president/solution architect, Technology Solutions Co.
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Adding value to both RFID and packaging

Why not concentrate on more sophisticated and advanced applications of RFID that bring added value?
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Biological inks prevent counterfeit

Applied DNA Sciences uses plant or botanical DNA technology and embeds it into inks, threads, labels, papers, textiles, liquids, microchips, even holograms, to guard against counterfeiting and fraud.
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Rx distributor turns to internal RFID (sidebar)

What skills will you need to succeed in healthcare packaging?

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