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The Food Packaging Forum makes scientific facts and expert opinions about food packaging health accessible and understandable to all

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    Italian Institute of Packaging to host conference on NIAS and mineral oils in food contact materials on March 28-29, 2018 in Munich

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    Register now for the Food Packaging Forum’s webinar on prioritization methods for unknown chemicals in food contact articles to be held February 8, 2018

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    Intertek holds webinar on EU NIAS regulations and U.S. food contact compliance requirements, January 30, 2018; registration now open

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    Food Packaging Forum held webinar on prioritization methods for unknown chemicals in food contact articles on February 8, 2018; video recording and presentation slides now available

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    Article in Environmental Health Perspectives discusses shortcomings in current risk assessment of food contact materials, features expert opinions

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    European Plastic Converters Association holds Food Contact Plastics Seminar on April 19-20, 2018 in Brussels

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    Food Packaging Forum holds 6th annual workshop on October 4, 2018 in Zurich, Switzerland; first speakers and topics confirmed

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  • 04/09/18--05:32: Webinar on NIAS case studies
  • Intertek holds webinar on testing and reporting non-intentionally added substances in food contact materials, April 26, 2018; registration now open

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    Food Contact Plastics Seminar 2018 addresses EU plastics strategy, bioassays, Chinese FCM legislation, developments in EU FCM regulations

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    Event program and registration for Food Packaging Forum’s 6th annual workshop of October 4, 2018 now online; live webcast available; register before September 27, 2018

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    German risk assessment institute evaluates migration of polyamide oligomers from kitchen utensils into food; exposure likely to exceed threshold of toxicological concern; call for more toxicity studies

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    NIAS occur in all types of food contact materials, are often unknown, may migrate into food; summary article and dossier provide definitions, examples, legal background, risk assessment strategies

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  • 06/12/18--07:23: Updated dossier on NIAS
  • FPF publishes 2nd edition of NIAS dossier and updated summary article, including new examples of non-intentionally added substances and risk assessment concepts; German translation of dossier available

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  • 06/22/18--03:22: NIAS in polypropylene films
  • Scientists study migration from food packaging films made of polypropylene; 74 compounds identified, 76% of them NIAS; 35% of samples show migration exceeding either SML or Cramer class-based recommendations

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    Scientists propose strategy to prioritize non-intentionally added substances detected by non-targeted screening in paperboard FCMs for risk assessment based on exposure estimates and in silico predictions of toxicity

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    Study compiles database of chemicals associated with plastic packaging (CPPdb); at least 148 substances highly hazardous, many untested or unknown

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    EFSA’s Food Ingredients and Packaging Scientific Network held 6th meeting on food contact materials on July 10-11, 2018, discussed ongoing activities, printing inks, paper and board FCMs

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    Summary of workshop on ‘Scientific advances and challenges in safety evaluation of food packaging materials’ now published

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    Scientists characterize oligomers in polybutylene terephthalate and polyethylene naphthalate intended for food contact; oligomer migration from PBT considered safe based on threshold of toxicological concern considerations

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    Scientists characterize and quantify monomers and oligomers migrating from different polyester coatings, find migration into real foods compared to food simulants, question predictability of standard migration procedure

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