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Infographic: Where Quality Matters in Food Grade Seals

Aug 28, 2018

For a seal to be considered "food grade," it must meet a meticulous standard of quality and cleanliness. The seals used in food production, packaging, and processing must be designed to perform in extreme environments. From steam to high temperatures, click the infographic below for a look at which qualities matter most for food grade seals. 

 

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