EcoSolMAX3 is GreenGuard Gold certified, so VOCs are extremely low. Still not sure how comfortable I'd be having them that close to food, but they are approved for use in hospitals, schools and other sensitive areas.
typically, finished product off of a solvent/ecosolvent printer SHOULD be laminated for longevity and at that point, its no different than having a plastic fork on your dinner table.
If unlaminated, its still not "bad"...i guess, BUT little bits of plastic (pigments) will most likely scratch off and wind up on your hands, in your clothes, and in your food. (insert rant about cheap unlaminated prints in the marketplace)