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Decreto Legislativo nr. 29 del 10.02.2017 Disciplina sanzionatoria per la violazione di disposizioni di cui ai regolamenti (CE) n. 1935/2004, n. 1895/2005, n. 2023/2006, n. 282/2008, n. 450/2009 e n. 10/2011, in materia di materiali e oggetti destinati a. AFSCA 13/03/17 Matériaux et objets destinés à entrer en contact avec des denrées alimentaires. NOUVELLE VERSION. REGLEMENT (CE) N° 1935/2004 DU PARLEMENT EUROPEEN ET DU CONSEIL du 27 octobre 2004 concernant les matériaux et objets destinés à.

Official Journal - 2006 - L 384. Journal officiel de l'Union européenne 49e année 29 décembre 2006.

Références EFSA concernant le contact alimentaire

Réponses parlementaires UE concernant le contact alimentaire. EUROPE - Food Contact Materials - Legislative Lists. Requires javascript New legislation General legislation.

EUROPE - Food Contact Materials - Legislative Lists.

EUROPA_EU - Technical guidelines - Food contact materials technical guidance documents. Food contact materials technical guidance documents Technical specifications of performing official controls practically and how to perform compliance testing are generally not detailed in legislative documents, and therefore there can be gaps in a harmonised approach.

EUROPA_EU - Technical guidelines - Food contact materials technical guidance documents

The food contact material group develops technical guidelines for the implementation of legislation related to food contact materials. This can be done in two ways. Technical guidelines can be developed on request of or in close cooperation with DG SANCO. This is mainly done by the formation of a task force consisting of experts in the field and covering all stakeholders. EUROPE 05/08/16 Annual report 2015 of the EURL-FCM on activities carried out for the implementation of Regulation (EC) no 882/2004.

This annual report presents the activities of the EURL FCM in 2015 under the Administrative Agreement N° SI2.701410.

EUROPE 05/08/16 Annual report 2015 of the EURL-FCM on activities carried out for the implementation of Regulation (EC) no 882/2004

The work programme for 2015 was established on the basis of the priorities established to together with DG SANTE in conformity with the objectives and priorities laid down in the Commission Implementing decision (SANCO/10932/2014 Rev1 Annex) on the work programme for 2015 and the financial contribution to the European Union reference laboratories. The work programme aims to contribute to a high level of health, ensuring a high level of protection for consumers and the environment, while favouring competitiveness and creation of jobs. It responds to the specific objectives to contribute to a high level of safety of food/feed and food/feed production and a higher animal health status and to improve effectiveness, efficiency and reliability of official controls. EUROPE - 2015 - Practical guidelines on the application of migration modelling for the estimation of specific migration. The aim of this practical guidance document is to assist the users of the described diffusion models to predict conservative, upper bound specific migration values from plastic food contact materials for compliance purposes.

EUROPE - 2015 - Practical guidelines on the application of migration modelling for the estimation of specific migration

Explanatory guidance tables and practical examples of migration modelling are provided. This document is an updated version of the report "Estimation of specific migration by generally recognised diffusion models in support of EU Directive 2002/72/EC" (Simoneau, 2010) concerning the current legal basis (Regulation (EU) No 10/2011) and the use of migration models for the estimation of specific migration from plastic multi-layers.

EUROPA_EU - 2013 - European Union Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials Work programme 2013. Institute for Health and Consumer Protection – (JRC-IHCP), European Commission. Follow @EC_JRC_IHCPnews Skip to content. | Skip to navigation European Commission > JRC > IHCP Personal tools As the Commission's in-house science service, the Joint Research Centre's mission is to provide EU policies with independent, evidence-based scientific and technical support throughout the whole policy cycle.

Institute for Health and Consumer Protection – (JRC-IHCP), European Commission

Working in close cooperation with policy Directorates-General, the JRC addresses key societal challenges while stimulating innovation through developing new methods, tools and standards, and sharing its know-how with the Member States, the scientific community and international partners. Food Safety - Chemical Safety of Food - Food Contact - Documents. PS%20E%20TISSUE%20PAPER%20VERSION%201. Matériaux et objets en contact avec les denrées alimentaires. Ce règlement vise à garantir un niveau élevé de protection de la santé humaine et des intérêts des consommateurs en ce qui concerne la mise sur le marché communautaire de matériaux et objets destinés à entrer en contact, directement ou indirectement, avec des denrées alimentaires.

Matériaux et objets en contact avec les denrées alimentaires

Champ d’application Le présent règlement couvre tous les matériaux et objets destinés à être en contact avec les denrées alimentaires: tous les types d’emballage, bouteilles (plastique et verre), couverts, et même les colles et les encres d’imprimerie des étiquettes. Le présent règlement introduit aussi des dispositions spécifiques concernant les emballages «actifs»* et «intelligents»* qui prolongent la durée de vie d’un aliment ou qui réagissent quand l’aliment est dégradé (avec un emballage qui change de couleur, par exemple). Le règlement ne couvre pas: European Union Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials — Institute for Health and Consumer Protection – (JRC-IHCP), European Commission.

Ensuring that what we eat is safe does not stop at testing the food itself.

European Union Reference Laboratory for Food Contact Materials — Institute for Health and Consumer Protection – (JRC-IHCP), European Commission

Everything that comes in contact with food as it is produced, packaged, transported, stored, prepared and consumed also needs to be s afe. Materials such as plastics, paper and board, metals, ceramics are commonly used for the manufacturing of food packaging, but also kitchenware and cutlery and food processing equipments. The safety of such materials relies on insuring that during contact there is no migration of unsafe levels of chemical substances from the material to the food. The activities on food contact materials at the Joint Research Centre provide scientific support to EU policies on food safety. Our website contains the following sections. Section About us informs you about the background of our work. The following sections report on the results of our work: