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Food contact plastic materials are more difficult to export to the EU

Nguồn: 中鼎检测 Ngày: 2020-10-20 Duyệt qua: 1259

On September 3, 2020, the European Union (EU) published Regulation (EU) 2020/1245 to amend and correct Regulation (EU) 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles which contact with food.The new law has enter into force on September 23, 2020. At present, there is still a period of transition for plastic materials and articles complying with Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, and which were first placed on the market before 23 March 2021 may continue to be placed on the market until 23 September 2022 and remain on the market until the exhaustion of stocks.

This comprehensive legislation contains, important changes to Annexes I, II, IV and V to the Food Contact Plastics Regulation. The revised content is as follows:

Warm reminder:

(EU) No 10/2011 regulates most plastic products in contact with food. Food contact plastic products placed on the market should be produced in accordance with good manufacturing practices and comply with regulatory requirements.(EU) No 10/2011 has been continuously revised since its release, and the regulations have been revised 15 times intotal. As the European Union pays more and more attention to the safety of food contact materials, in recent years, the requirements for materials have become more and more stringent. For example, the revision of the stability requirements of reusable products has added unqualified judgment of"unstable material" with increasing migration.

CTT reminds companies exporting to the EU to complete compliance verification of the new regulations as soon as possible, and timely adjust product processes or update the use of corresponding additives to ensure that products comply with the latest regulatory requirements of the EU Food Contact Plastics Regulation ( (EU) No 10/2011) .

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