Food Contact Regulations Asia 2021: Highlights
Our Food Contact Regulations Asia 2021 virtual conference, which took place on 22 February, brought together a team of outstanding speakers from across Asia to offer the latest developments in food contact material (FCM) regulations in Asia, along with experts from around the world to discuss international updates.
During the one-day event, our expert speakers discussed the following topics:
- regulatory updates for food contact materials across Asean;
- Japan’s positive list for food contact substances;
- food contact regulations and challenges in China;
- regulatory updates from Malaysia;
- regulatory trends for food contact materials in Asia Pacific;
- developments from Thailand;
- food contact regulations in Australia and New Zealand; and
- South Korea’s revised standards and specifications for FCMs
Packaging Safety and Compliance Expert (AOA), Nestlé Quality Assurance Center, Nestlé
Piyatida (Tung) Pukclai
Asia-Pacific Business Development & Regulatory Policy Director, knoell
Compliance Officer/Food Contact Specialist, AP Colorants
Associate, Keller and Heckman
Deputy Director, China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment
Regulatory Affairs Manager FCM and REACH, knoell
Director, CIRS Group Korea
Peng Cheng Poh
Project Management Manager, SGS
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- China preparing to develop risk management methods for recycled FCMs
China’s National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment (CFSA) is surveying industry on the use of recycled materials in food contact materials (FCMs) with the aim of establishing a risk management method.
Click here for more articles on FCMs in Asia from Chemical Watch.
More updates on FCMs in Asia at our upcoming online training course
Get essential information on global FCM compliance, including regulations in China, Japan and South Korea, at our upcoming training course, Global Food Contact Materials Regulations, taking place on 13 April–20 July.
Over eight modules, Dr Ioan Paraschiv (knoell) will address FCM regulations from around the world, how to prepare a declaration of compliance (DoC) for FCMs, good manufacturing practice, and much more.
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