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Domino Printing Sciences, known in US and Canadian markets as Domino North America, is a leading manufacturer and distributor of coding, marking and digital printing solutions. Celebrating over 40 years in business, Domino is a global organization headquartered in the UK, with 25 subsidiaries, more than 200 distributors, representation in over 120 countries, and over 2,700 employees worldwide. U.S. headquarters are located in Gurnee, Illinois. For more information, visit domino-na.com.

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What Does Christmas Look Like In…? Surprising Seasonal Consumption and Production Statistics from Around the World

Christmas is just around the corner and for some, the holidays might look a little bit different this year. If you find your traditional Christmas food, snacks, and treats out of stock this year, or need an idea for some alternative Christmas gifts, we have a few festive food and drink ideas from our Domino offices around the world.

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Is It Worth It? The Six Big Risks of ‘Compatible’ Inks and Consumables

Compatible inks may initially perform as expected, but the impacts over time can seriously damage production performance, code quality, worker and consumer safety, and ultimately brand perception.

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Inflation And Volatility Boost the Business Case for Automation in Manufacturing

The world is facing the highest inflation rates in 40 years, and pundits are talking of a possible recession in the coming months.

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Is Compulsory Food Traceability the Next Big Step in Consumer Safety?

Product traceability via coding and marking can provide a method for keeping track of food in the supply chain to support the swift and efficient recall of affected products when required.

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Domino Launches U510 UV Laser to Help Manufacturers Code onto Recyclable Food Packaging Film

Food and beverage manufacturers around the world are under increasing pressure to make their packaging more sustainable – in the EU, this includes a requirement that all packaging be made 100% recyclable or reusable by 2030. Under these new regulations mixed materials, including PET and aluminum foil laminates typically used in food applications, will no longer be permitted.

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Mitigating food fraud in the alternative proteins market

The alternative proteins market presents an exciting opportunity for brands, but it also comes with risks, not least the risk of food fraud and economically motivated adulteration, which can cause significant problems for brands in upstream supply chains

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Domino Printing Sciences Supports International Women in Engineering Day

As a business, Domino welcomes the annual awareness campaign by the Women’s Engineering Society to highlight the range of rewarding careers available in the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, which for a long time were more popular with boys.

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The Data of 2D Codes Explained: How much data can you store in a DotCode?

Built for speed, the DotCode is one of the younger 2D Codes in use today. So if it's more compact and deliberately created for high speed creation, just how much data can you pack into one of these DotCodes? Today, the traceability experts at Domino North America will into this interesting question.

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Design for Sustainability: Exploring Options for Compostable Plastic Packaging

Environmental concerns surrounding unrecycled plastic waste have prompted a rise in alternative ‘sustainable’ solutions which look and feel like traditional plastic but can be composted at end of life, helping to combat excess waste.

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The Variable Data Behind Sustainable Food Supply Chains

The last decade has seen a marked increase in the number of governments and regulators requiring a greater and more stringent exchange of data to protect patient and consumer safety. This is achieved via 2D codes and serialization – assigning an individualized or variable code to uniquely identified, tracked, and traced throughout their lifetime.

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Managing Supply Chain Disruptions and Worker Shortages with Automation and Industry 4.0

Many of the technologies which lent a hand during the early stages of COVID-19 can also help to mitigate the risk of supply chain disruption. They are now more cost-effective and accessible than ever before allowing more industries to unlock greater operational efficiency, embrace fluctuations in production demand, and mitigate supply chain risks,

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What is the GS1 Digital Link? A Global Standard that Connects Product Packaging to a Digital World

The linear barcode started as a method to help supermarkets facilitate price look-up at the point of sale (POS) and has now become the common standard for commerce the world over, with global specifications managed by the international standards organisation GS1.

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Pressure Sensitive Labels 101: Everything you need to know for your label printing needs

Pressure sensitive label material is a part of reality now, whether you held it on that ketchup bottle for your breakfast eggs, or perhaps on that energy drink you just had after your work out. Pressure Sensitive Label Materials are everywhere and wrapped around everything, promoting the brands and companies we know and love today.

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Combatting Counterfeit Products in Disrupted Supply Chains

Unparalleled supply chain disruptions and raw materials shortages could be leading to an increase in counterfeit products, which can pose a serious risk to businesses and consumers alike.

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Sustainable Printing with the Cx350i: Domino Helps Customers Reduce Their Environmental Footprint

Award-winning coding and marking supplier, Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) has highlighted company commitments to ‘Do more’ to help manufacturers achieve their sustainability goals, following the launch of the Cx350i, a new sustainably designed piezo inkjet solution for printing on secondary packaging.

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