Partners open source PFAS alternative for food packaging

Read the full story at Waste360.

The clock is ticking for food manufacturers and consumer packaged goods companies who use per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS)-containing materials. By January 2024 these toxic “forever chemicals” will be prohibited in the manufacturing of food contact packaging. In response, specialty chemical company Solenis and Zume, who supplies sustainable substitutes for single-use plastic, developed and open sourced what they call their recipe and manufacturing process for PFAS-free thermoformed molded fiber food service applications.

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