Biodegradable PVC does not contain phthalate.

Press Release Summary:

Accommodating movement to eliminate use of phthalates in many products, FlexBioCorn is biodegradable material made from corn base compound and does not contain phthalate. It was developed to make human heart catheters, but custom labels, rubber keychains, custom molded parts, and custom promotional products will all use this material. REACH- and RoHS-compliant product will pass SGS, complies with Prop 65 and will also pass USP Type VI as well as cytotoxicity testing.

Original Press Release:

FlexSystems Announces the Launch of FlexBioCorn

FlexSystems, an established leader in custom pvc labels and promotional products, today announced the debut of the FlexBioCorn, FlexBioCorn is a new pvc that does not contain the ingredient phthalate. There has been a recent movement to eliminate the use of phthalates in many products, including but not limited to childrens items. Companies like Disney, Nike and many consumer product corporations have strict policies on the % of phthalates that can be used in parts.

According to FlexSystems Website Manager David Marshall, the FlexBioCorn will be available for purchase immediately and will be available online at

"Many of our customers have been requesting that their custom patches, pvc labels and custom keychains be manufacturered with a real green material," said Marshall. "The Flex Bio Corn is a bio degradable material and made from a corn based compound. We look to have the entire factory using this new material by the end of 2013."

More About FlexSystems

Founded in 1994, FlexSystems has helped many businesses with custom labels and promotional products. The company's  is a USA manufacturer and importer of custom plastice parts labels and promotional products.

To learn more about FlexSystems, you should call (619)401-1858 or visit them online at



727 West Main Street El Cajon, California 92020

Phone: (619) 401-1858

Fax: (619) 401-1848



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