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May 16, 2023
The carrier system is in compliance with various international food safety regulations, including those in China and the US. Preliminary testing of the masterbatch has taken place in-house and at a customer pilot event. Credit: AMB Enterprise Karachi/commons.wikimedia.org. Israel-based masterbatch specialist Tosaf Color Service has developed and introduced a new masterbatch carrier system for food contact applications. The company said that any colour or combination of the masterbatches that are based on this newly developed carrier system can be used for a wide range of applications across continents. Recommended Reports The masterbatch carrier system can also be used for making translucent, opaque, rigid and flexible packaging. Tosaf Color Service product manager Rudolf Reinhart said: “Our new carrier system has a very similar structure to our previous standard and is therefore just as compatible with the thermoplastics used in these applications. “It also has virtually identical mechanical and processing characteristics, such as good suitability for even sparingly dispersible products. “This has been confirmed by all preliminary testing of the carrier system carried out in-house and at Kunststoff-Institut Lüdenscheid and by pilot masterbatch applications at customers. The key difference is that it does not contain potentially harmful chemical substances that could migrate into foodstuffs.” The carrier system adheres to all the universally applicable common food contact requirements. It is in compliance with recommendations from the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, as well as with the complex regulatory specifications of the US Food and Drug Administration and China’s Food Safety Law. In addition, Tosaf Color Service informed that this Universal Food carrier system is based on a product that has already received various necessary approvals from associated plastics additive manufacturers. Tosaf Color Service sales manager Andreas Kruschinski added: “Changing over from masterbatches using the previous system to ones using the new system intended for food applications is extremely simple, as the properties are the same and the colour remains unchanged. “This allows manufacturers and processors to bring new products to market more quickly and to open up new markets for existing products. Masterbatches based on our existing carrier system remain available for all other applications.” Share this article
Tosaf Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Tosaf founded?
Tosaf was founded in 1985.
Where is Tosaf's headquarters?
Tosaf's headquarters is located at Tnuvot Industrial, Kfar Yona.
What is Tosaf's latest funding round?
Tosaf's latest funding round is Grant.
Who are the investors of Tosaf?
Investors of Tosaf include Israel Innovation Authority and Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Who are Tosaf's competitors?
Competitors of Tosaf include Arecor and 4 more.
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