New Jersey Packaging RxTrackNSecure(TM) Taggants Combine Versatility and Simplicity in Product Identification

FAIRFIELD, NJ - New Jersey Packaging, a dedicated partner for pharmaceutical printing solutions, offers a variety of taggants that provide a convenient and secure method for product authentication and track and trace, it was announced by Dr. Narendra R. Srivatsa, the company's Business Development Manager/Brand Authentication.

The RxTrackNSecure taggants fit a variety of needs, can be read from a 20 ft distance with line of sight with low cost hand held readers, and can be used for product tracking by lot or by item. The taggants can also be included in substrates to provide additional layers of security; they can be applied on any substrates, and are benzophenone free.

Impervious to chemical alterations, the taggants can be customized and licensed to the end-user with specialized readers integrated into their data system, providing an even higher degree of security than those with limited features of visual identification under UV or IR.

The taggants are part of New Jersey Packaging's new RxTrackNSecure(TM) protective product line that make use of the latest technology in anti-diversion, anti-counterfeiting and anti-fraud printing methods to provide durable, easy-to-apply, and relatively affordable ways to guard against pharmaceutical product fraud and maintain consumer confidence and safety.

A subsidiary of Menasha Corporation, New Jersey Packaging has the ability to bring single-source excellence to pharmaceutical packaging materials. With more than three decades of printing experience solely for the pharmaceutical industry, the company has become one of the recognized leaders in providing packaging and labeling services to the industry. In addition to anti-counterfeiting solutions, New Jersey Packaging products include inserts and outserts, labels, flexible packaging and folding cartons.

For more information, contact New Jersey Packaging by phone at (973) 808-8000, by fax at (973)808-8010, or by visiting

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