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July 18th, 2007

A Smarter Future For Labels

Abstract:
Even then, much of what is currently being discussed is only the tip of the iceberg. New developments in nanotechnology, nano-coatings, nano-sensors, smart dust, microwire, biological and DNA encoding are already starting to be applied to labels. These will have longer-term implications and applications for all those that produce and use labels. Indeed it has been stated that nanotechnology will change up to 25% of the food packaging and label business over the next decade.

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