We get this question from prospects and customers often: what kind of glue can come in contact with food? Naturally, when it comes to food packaging, this question is very important.Read More >
When grabbing a paper towel or tissue, have you ever noticed that you are able to pull the layers of it apart? Believe it or not, glue plays a major role in holding these thin layers of absorbent paper together.
Animal glue, also known as hide glue, bone glue, or protein glue, has been in use for as long as humans have been trying to stick things together. Throughout ancient times and into the modern age, animal glue is still the go-to choice for many professional craftsman, designers, and manufacturers. Despite its long history, many misconceptions persist about the production and use of animal glue.