China Food Contact Materials Non-Intentionally Added Substances

Complicated production environment, raw material residue or impurities, lack of toxicological information etc. make the detection and assessment of all non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) in food contact materials unrealistic. Joint efforts and sharing of DoC information are the best way to improve the accuracy of food contact material content information in China.

Increased awareness of the health risks posed by food contact materials has precipitated increased regulation in the sector. Today, even though the regulatory system for FCM is relatively well-developed, issues surrounding the potential for non-intentionally added substances to impact the safety of FCMS have still not been fully addressed. In this article insights from the Director of China’s National FCM laboratory, Zhong Huaining will be offered to look at how China is tackling this issue.

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Anne Peng
Food Consultant at Reach24H Consulting Group
Expertise in Chinese food regulations and import issues and with insights into the market, especially in those sectors: dairy products, baby foods, beverages, health and nutrition foods.
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