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China Food Contact Materials Non-Intentionally Added Substances

  •   20 Nov 2018
  •    Anne Peng
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    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. How to tackle the problem?

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