1. Regulations on non-harmonised Food Contact Material and Compliance

    • Introduction to regulations concerning non-harmonised FCMs, that is to say paper and paperboard, rubber, metal, glass, cork, wood, printing ink, adhesives, coatings, waxes, etc in individual EU member states
    • FCM substances that have already been approved and placed on positive lists associated with existing FCM regulations, specifically national regulations and recommendations on FCMs
    • Case study examples on migration testing conditions that should be applied to the function of intended use
    • Specifications for certain key listed FCM substances with respect to their specific migration limit (SML)
    • Example for worst case calculation (WCC) where there is missing experimental or theoretical (modelling) migration data
    • Identifying non-intentionally added substances (Nias) that could migrate into food, under intended conditions of use
    • Key steps for risk assessment of Nias or Ias potentially migrating into food from an FCM
    • Demonstrate the compliance of food contact applications in the case of non-harmonised FCM and food contact articles
    Ioan Paraschiv Ioan Paraschiv
    Regulatory Affairs Manager FCM & REACh, Knoell, Netherlands
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