A range of thermochromic inks that is free of bisphenol-A has been launched by US-based CTI for use on beverage cans. Bisphenol-A is a component of well-established high-performance epoxy phenolic lacquers and has been criticised as a potential endocrine disruptor although allowed by the FDA and authorities in Europe for use in packaging. The inks,…

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