eu amends proposal for bpa in food contact materials and articles
eu amends proposal for bpa in food contact materials and articles
eu amends proposal for bpa in food contact materials and articles
eu amends proposal for bpa in food contact materials and articles
eu amends proposal for bpa in food contact materials and articles
bisphenol a | efsa - european food safety authority

Bisphenol A | EFSA - European Food Safety Authority

Latest In April 2023, EFSA published a re-evaluation of the safety of BPA as used in FCMs, significantly reducing the tolerable daily intake ( TDI ) set in its previous assessment in 2015.

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regulation eu no 2018/213: bpa in food contact and plastics

Regulation EU No 2018/213: BPA in food contact and plastics

Back in September 2017, we brought to your attention the proposal1 to amend the bisphenol A (BPA) requirements under Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food2.

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q&a on bpa webinar - food safety

Q&A on BPA webinar - Food Safety

In the context of food contact materials (FCMs), bisphenol A (BPA) (FCM 151) is primarily used to manufacture varnishes and coatings [hereafter referred to as ¡®coatings¡¯] to line metal packaging, including cans and lids as well as large-scale food production, storage and transport equipment.

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bisphenol a: efsa draft opinion proposes lowering the

Bisphenol A: EFSA draft opinion proposes lowering the

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical that is used to manufacture polycarbonate plastic, which may be used to make certain food contact materials such as water dispensers or articles for food production. BPA is also used to produce epoxy resins to form protective coatings and linings for food and beverage cans. Small amounts of BPA can migrate from

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bisphenols

Bisphenols

Some of the most well-known ones are Bisphenol A (BPA) and Bisphenol S (BPS). Due to their hazardous properties, the use of some bisphenols has been limited or is being limited in the EU to protect people's health and the environment. Where can you find them? What are the concerns? What is the EU doing?

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european commission plans to ban food uses of bpa. we ask

European Commission plans to ban food uses of BPA. We ask

On June 2, the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union (EU) responsible for proposing legislation and implementing decisions, announced it is preparing an initiative that ¡°will impose a ban on the use of BPA [bisphenol A] in food contact materials (FCMs), including plastic and coated packaging.¡±.

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new eu regulation sets bpa limit in food-contact varnishes

New EU Regulation Sets BPA Limit in Food-Contact Varnishes

More specifically, Regulation (EU) 2018/213 established an SML of 0.05 mg/kg on the migration of BPA from varnishes and coatings and an SML of non-detect (detection limit = 0.01 mg/kg) where those varnishes and coatings are intended to applied on materials and articles specifically intended to come into contact with infant formula, follow-on

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efsa proposes to lower daily tolerable ... - food packaging forum

EFSA proposes to lower daily tolerable ... - Food Packaging Forum

On December 15, 2021, the European Food Safety Authority¡¯s (EFSA) expert Panel on Food Contact Materials, Enzymes and Processing Aids (CEP Panel) announced the results of its re-evaluation of health risks from bisphenol A (BPA; CAS 80-05-7) exposure. The CEP Panel suggests lowering the amount of BPA that can be ¡°ingested daily over a lifetime

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efsa poised to slash daily exposure limits for bisphenol a as

EFSA poised to slash daily exposure limits for bisphenol A as

BPA is also used to produce epoxy resins to form protective coatings and linings for food and beverage cans. Small amounts of BPA can migrate from food contact materials into foods and beverages. BPA is already banned in the EU for some products ¨C such as baby bottles. France has banned BPA in all food packaging, containers and utensils. EFSA

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eu to lower limit for bisphenol a migration from food packaging

EU to lower limit for bisphenol A migration from food packaging

The committee instead endorsed the Commission¡¯s proposal to lower the migration limit from 0.6 mg of BPA per kg of food to 0.05 mg/kg. BPA is used to manufacture polycarbonate plastic and epoxy

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