Are AR Metallizing's in-mold labels compliant with food safety regulations?

Are AR Metallizing's in-mold labels compliant with food safety regulations?

IML is appealing today because of the high performance it offers in relation to the increasingly stringent food safety regulations. Brands can rest assured their containers are created in highly-controlled environments with minimal contact with unnecessary machines and additional processes for labelling.

Our metallized labels are certified for non-direct contact with food, meaning that when used in conjunction with certain containers it is ideal for IML applications for both food and beverages. The surface of our label base material offers great definition and clarity for printing, which also lends itself to ensuring that the relevant nutritional information can be clearly read as is usually required by law.

The quality of the base label product for IML applications is also vital when it comes to food and beverages. If you’re in the business of IML for food packaging, it does mean that you can’t afford any delays or issues during your print runs, because there’s every likelihood that you’re dealing with perishable goods and ingredients. We’re aware that anything less than the best quality paper can create issues and delay print-runs. We closely monitor our products through the production process to offer reliable, high quality products.

To find out more about our certifications for food packaging, please get in touch, so we can help talk you through the various aspects you need to be aware of and how we can help.