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First update in nine years! Completely revised and expanded Handbook of FOOD PACKAGING CHEMICALS and MATERIALS, Second Edition A comprehensive reference for information on chemicals and materials used in packaging, holding, and processing foods. These chemicals and materials are considered indirect food additives because they migrate to the food products with which they are in contact. This reference contains: Full profiles of more than 7000 trade name and generic chemicals and materials Regulatory information governing their safe use Functional index Manufacturers with full contact information CAS and EINECS/ELINCS number cross references. Find food packaging components that function as: Accelerators, Activators, Adhesive chemicals, Adjuvants, Anifogging agents, Antimicrobial agents, Antioxidants, Antiozonants, Antistats, Binders, Blowing agents, Bonding agents, Catalysts, Chelating agents, Clarifiers, Colorants/inks/pigments, Corrosion inhibitors/anticorrosive agents, Crosslinking agents, Curing agents, Defoaming agents, Deposit control additives, Dispersants, Drainage aids, Driers, Dry-strength agents, Elastomers, Emulsifiers, Emulsion stabilizers, Extrusion aids, Fiber retention aids, Fibers, Fillers, Flavoring agents, Flocculants, Formation aids, Impregnants, Insolubilizers, Lubricants, Microbicides, Modifiers, Oil repellents, Optical brighteners, Pigment dispersants, Pigment extenders, Pigment structuring agent, Plasticizers, Polymerization inhibitors, Polymers/copolymers, Preservatives, Production aids, Pulping aids, Release agents, Resins, Retarders, Retention aids, Rosins, Rubber, Sanitizers, Scale inhibitors, Sizing agents, Slimicides, Slip aids, Solvents, Stabilizers, Starch modifiers, Strength additives, Surfactants, Thickeners, Vulcanizing agents, Water repellents, Waxes, Wet strength agents, Wetting agents. In these types of Food Packaging Applications: Films; Packaging Adhesives and Coatings; Molded, Flexible, and Textile Containers; Packaging/Processing Chemical Additives
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