Hello Everyone - we are a food packaging material flexographic printer that supplies printed packaging for chips, snacks etc.. An SQF auditor questioned the use of anti-static tinsel that is widely used in this industry for static control on the films when printing, laminating, etc. They are concerned that the tinsel pieces could break off of the string and get wound into the roll - definitely a valid concern. Has anyone had any experience with this. Sure, we could purchase anti static bars for the equipment, but that's a huge expense for a small operation on a tight budget. Operational checks would be out as it would be impossible to determine if one or a few pieces of the tinsel were missing. Any suggestions are always welcome.