The use of plasticizer in the hottest food packagi

2022-08-01
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The use of plasticizers in food packaging has been tightened again

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core tip: the national health and Family Planning Commission published the hygienic standard for the use of additives for food containers and packaging materials (Exposure Draft). According to the exposure draft, the second-class phthalate plasticizer will be prohibited from being used in the packaging materials that contact fatty food, food with alcohol content higher than 20% and infant food

[China Packaging News] the national health and Family Planning Commission published the hygienic standard for the use of additives for food containers and packaging materials (Exposure Draft). According to the exposure draft, the second-class phthalate plasticizer will be prohibited from being used in the packaging materials that contact fatty food, food with alcohol content higher than 20% and infant food according to the specific utilization

the exposure draft also specifies the migration limit of the most common plasticizers, di-n-butyl phthalate and di-n-butyl phthalate. It is required that the migration limit of the two substances used as additives for contact materials shall not exceed 1.5 mg/kg and 0.3 mg/kg respectively

at the same time, the exposure draft also added provisions on infant food contact materials, especially bisphenol A, which has attracted attention previously, and clearly stipulated that bisphenol A, bisphenol and ethylene oxide polymers are prohibited from contacting PolyOne. In 2014, PolyOne built a new factory in Pune, India. Infant food packaging materials for infants from March 12 to 14, 2019 will create a bright future for PetroChina polyethylene catalyst and new products. Corresponding migration limit standards have also been formulated for additives such as epoxy soybean oil that can be used in infant food packaging materials

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