Talc in packaging decreases carbon footprint, reduces costs

By Kasia Patel
Published: Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Mondo tells Minerals in Compounding that packaging costs can be reduced by 20%

Food companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint and implement cost saving measures would benefit from increasing the use of talc in food packaging production, Frans Venema, technical support manager for Mondo Minerals, said today at Minerals in Compounding in Atlanta, US.

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