Specialty Material

H.S. Crocker CrockerBrite® Colors


From line copy to picture perfect process reproduction, the vivid colors and brightness reflected in overall contrast add real life like image to your label or lid utilizing our G7 certification process. Think of H.S. Crocker and ask for CrockerBrite®.

SUPER CrockerBrite® is also available.

H.S. Crocker CrockerCote® and CrockerShield Plus®

H.S. Crocker has spent several years working toward the development of a non-foil lid. The trend to non-foil lidding to take advantage of metal detection systems is why we have developed special non-foil lids.

We have non-foil lidding and are working everyday to expand the capabilities of our new lidding structure so that it has various family members each of which will serve the market place with its special requirements.

  • All of H.S. Crocker non-foils can be recycled.
  • Less weight compared to foil – this represents less transportation costs – thereby reducing pollution.
  • CrockerCote® renewable material content is 71%.
  • CrockerShield Plus® and plastic, recycle symbol is #1.
  • For single serve items – CrockerCote® and CrockerShield Plus® can aid in removal of plastic overcaps.

Our current CrockerCote®, CrockerShield Plus® materials offer added capabilities to our customers. Our goal is to offer outstanding non-foil products to meet our customer needs. Please give us a call or send an e-mail and a sales representative will be happy to work with you.

Direct Food Contact Ink Information

For U.S. Market

All components of the ink we use for direct food contact are specifically listed in 21CFR, Chapter 1, Part 73; Part 74; Subpart A; Part 81; Part 82, Subparts A and B; and/ or 21 CFR, Chapter 1; Subchapter B, Part 178, Subpart D, Section 178.3297 and all applicable cross-references.

All other ingredients are either generally recognized as safe (GRAS) under 21 CFR, Chapter 1, Subchapter B, Parts 182 and 184; are prior sanctioned food ingredients under Part 181; are authorized as acceptable components of resinous and polymeric coatings under Part 175, Subpart C, Section 175.300; are authorized as components of paper and paperboard in contact with aqueous and fatty foods (Part 176, Section 176.170) and or dry foods (Part 176, Section 176.180) or other applicable sections Parts 170 through 189.

For European Market

All components of the ink we use for direct food contact comply with the EU Food Contact (plastics) regulation EU 10/2011. This regulation deals with packaging materials that directly contact foods. Additionally this ink is manufactured in compliance with the EU GMP regulation (Good Manufacturing Practices EC 2023/2006) and should, when properly printed and dried, not affect the organoleptic properties of the food or endanger human health (as per the EC 1935/2004 framework regulation).