Squid Ink Introduces New Food Grade Ink

Squid Ink Manufacturing, Inc., a manufacturer of coding and marking systems for product identification and traceability, introduced the addition of a food grade ink to the growing Squid Ink fluids family. SI-CIJ9351 Food Grade Red Ink is approved for use in Squid Ink’s Streamline® 5 and JetStream™ CIJ printers.

SI-CIJ9351 food grade ink is designed for printing quality codes directly onto food products, such as eggs, cheese and other edible products, and works well for applications where the food package may not create an effective barrier against ink migration. SI-CIJ9351 complies with all FDA guidelines and is manufactured under Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) specifications.

Squid Ink’s food-grade ink utilizes the same simple quick-change cartridges as existing Squid Ink CIJ fluids. Clean cartridges of ink and make-up can be replaced in seconds without having to stop production. In addition, no chips or RFID tags are used to lock users into a fluids hostage situation with the printer manufacturer.

For more information, visit squidink.com.

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