Vinyl gloves, said to be the most commonly used glove for food handling in the US, are facing mounting evidence of food safety risks, including containing toxic plasticizer chemicals. These plastics known as ortho-phthalates, many of which have..
Latex gloves are not used to handle food because of latex proteins which can cause allergic reactions, from skin allergies and asthma to serious breathing difficulty. Similarly, you wouldn’t want your food to contain anything that will make your..
Transport, storage and inventory costs are at a near-record high in the US. As consumers spend more on physical goods and home improvements continue to increase over domestic and international travel, increased supply chain costs and associated..
Eagle’s newest disposable glove, the TPE Embossed, are made from thermoplastic elastomer. They are 100% recyclable, and a popular and economic option in many areas of food handling and cleaning. TPE Embossed are a cheaper, environmentally..
Emil Ekvardt from Great.com interviewed Eagle Protect as part of their 'Great.com Talks With...' podcast. This series is an antidote to negative news stories that aims to shed light on organizations and experts whose work is making a positive..
The global demand for nitrile gloves has increased 45% since the start of the pandemic, while supply has only grown incrementally. This has resulted in a supply and demand deficit, equating to a shortfall of around 214 billion disposable gloves...