5 Glove Myths Busted

1. All Gloves Are Created Equal

This can’t be further from the truth. For simplicity’s sake, the major differences in protective gloves are the material they are made of, the quality of this material, and the manufacturing processes undertaken...

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The Unregulated Food Safety Risk You Need to Know

Eagle leads the US glove industry in the supply and scientific research of disposable gloves which have not, until recently, been considered a food safety issue. However, ongoing scientific research continues to highlight an increasing number of..

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Disposable Gloves Buying Guide

Selecting the best protective glove can be daunting. It needs to provide the highest level of food safety to protect your customers, your product and your brand. That’s a big task. What material? What’s the difference between all of the gloves..

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A Huge Sustainable Opportunity You're Missing

It’s pretty easy to think of typical company sustainability practices:

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New Glove Technology For the US Beef Industry

Eagle Protect started in New Zealand over 12 years ago and currently supplies 80% of NZ’s globally recognized primary food industry. Protecting workers and meat products at the same time is something we are dang good at.

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Support UN SDGs with Your Glove Choice

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2015 to address the global challenges we face. The 17 SDGs encompass social, environmental and economic challenges, and are a blueprint to achieve a better and more..

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How Disposable Gloves Reduce Waste Production

Over the last 6 months Eagle Protect has saved a staggering 253,250 lbs or 127 tons of glove and packaging waste from landfills, simply by switching our customers to better quality, thinner gloves. This has resulted in a subsequent reduction of..

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Can Disposable Gloves Increase Food Waste?

Around $161 billion worth of food is estimated to be wasted each year in the US, according to the USDA. This is a staggering 133 billion pounds of food wasted and estimated to be 30-40% of the US food supply.

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Phthalate & Accelerator 101

What they are?

Phthalates are a family of inexpensive chemicals that can be used in the production of disposable gloves. They are primarily used to make polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or vinyl products (including gloves) more flexible and harder to..

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Top 5 Glove Issues Solved

1. Ripping

Ripped gloves defeat the whole purpose of wearing them! Whether it’s when you’re using them or when you are putting them on, a glove that rips is useless.

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