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Christoph zumdick

Christoph Zumdick

With many years of experience in the print and packaging sector, Christoph Zumdick is responsible for the content on the labelprint24.com website, among other things. As diverse as the tasks and as different as the target groups may be - the basis of his work is a differentiated view of new trends in the print and packaging sector and a passionate interest in current events in technology and the environment.

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The Corona year 2021, Labelprint24.com and the consequences of the pandemic for the printing industry

Two years after the start of the Corona pandemic, there is still no relief in sight. Even though the WHO is cautiously talking about a possible improvement of the situation in 2022, the further course of the pandemic is more than uncertain. New mutations of the virus, such as the current Omicron variant, and a low vaccination rate have caused the infection figures in Germany to rise extremely in the last quarter of 2021 and at the beginning of the new year 2022 - with renewed drastic effects on society and the economy.

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Labelling requirements for medicinal products: This information has to appear on the packaging

Incorrect or missing labelling of medicines can, in the worst case, have serious consequences for consumers. The labelling obligation for medicines is therefore enormously important. Violations can also result in fines and legal consequences.

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Less risk, more safety: The BfR recommendations for food contact materials

Foods are sensitive goods and susceptible to various external influences. In order for consumers to be able to enjoy food without worries, protective packaging is necessary in many cases. Since these are materials for food contact, they must meet strict specifications - and the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) makes its recommendations in this regard.

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