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2022-07-31
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The implementation of the legal scheme on plastic packaging in the UK since December has brought about the rapid development of food contact materials due to the growth of social economy. A large number of chemical substances have been applied in the food contact materials where the sponsor meets the development needs of the industry and leads the aluminum industry to continuously move towards its calculation formula: moving forward to a higher field. For food contact with plastic packaging, there are often greater requirements. Recently, the consultation on the new British law was published to implement the EU directives. The Food Standards Agency said that it would also strengthen the other three laws and transform the modified law on plastic substances into a new and simple British law

this will make it easier for food companies to comply with the law. The legal decision-makers explained in the consultation document that at present, the British law on food contact with plastic substances will be described in five parts of the relevant laws. It is understood that the British food legal decision-makers announced the drafting plan to implement the EU laws on plastic packaging and other food contact materials. The new EU law, which began to be implemented in December, will be more strict about what materials plastic food companies can use to package their products

the consolidation of EU regulations can be divided into two major epoxy derivatives, which are easy to come into contact with food. Therefore, many safety use regulations have been added to the use of plastic materials, adhesives and films in contact with food. Among the materials in contact with food, adhesives and films, there are certain distance restrictions on the use of hydroxybenzene, propane and ether, which can only migrate at a specific distance of nine milligrams per kilogram, or a food simulation substance, For example, hydrolytic derivatives

European Commission regulations have relaxed restrictions on the transfer of ether and hydrolytic derivatives from packaging to food. This restriction means that only 9 milligrams of substance can be transplanted in a six inch area, and the materials are containers, such as vulnerable parts 2: cardboard pots, cans, pots and barrels, or areas close to the containers. Containers with a capacity of less than 500 ml or more than 10 l can also be used. Film or other material that cannot be filled, or it is impossible to measure the relationship between the surface area and the amount of food

the production of ether is limited to some special chloroethanol. The total amount of simulated transplants per kilogram of food or food will not exceed 1mg, or other packaging forms will not exceed 1mg per six inches. From January 1, the European Commission has allowed the use of materials containing ether, which is only implemented in EU countries

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