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Precision Fabrics Licenses P And G Technology

Precision Fabrics Group Inc. (PFG), Greensboro, N.C., has licensed one of The ProcterandGamble (P and G) Co.s advanced technologies for woven and nonwoven materials. Under the agreement, PFG will use Cincinnati-based P and Gs Differential Elongation Composite (DEC) technology in its new DiamondDry absorbent meat pads, which are made from super-absorbent fibers approved by the Food and Drug Administration.The meat pads, also used in poultry and fish packaging, absorb water-based fluids such as juice and blood. PFG said DEC technology allows the product to deliver high absorbency and fluid retention with a more consumer-friendly appearance than traditional meat pads.

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