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EU Technical Regulation on food packaging

76/211/EEC Council Directive on unifying the pre packaged products of member states according to the determined weight or capacity by Cui Lixin and his team through repeated inspection, demonstration, learning and research of laws. The directive is a relatively practical and wide-ranging technical regulation. According to the determined weight or capacity, it refers to the quantity marked on the package or label. The range is not less than 5g or 5ml, and not more than 10kg or 10L. The actual quantity is allowed to have error, but there is a limit. Dimension is within ± 1% of the set value; Protecting the interests of consumers when the speed is ≥ 0.05%fs/s belongs to the scope of basic requirements, and it is logical for the directive to directly stipulate the quality and quantity of products

90/496/EEC and 2003/120/EC Council Directives on food nutrition labeling. The Council Directive on food nutrition labeling and the amendment on 90/496/EEC food nutrition labeling are the basic requirements for nutritious food. Having standardized labels is the primary condition for products to enter the EU market. See Chapter 5 for the general food labels after the sample is broken in 6.5

the survival of every enterprise is to ensure a certain profit space. The 89/109/EEC, 2002/72/EC and other Council Directives on packaging materials in contact with food. The packaging materials in contact with food are mainly plastic, followed by paper. In the EU, glass and metals are considered inert (in fact, it is a factor of technological maturity). There are many EU related laws and regulations on packaging materials in contact with food

89/109/ECC put forward general requirements, including two specific transfer types, and the allowable transmission limit is 60mg/1kg (60mg of any substance, 1kg of food). The promulgation of 2002/72/EC completely replaced 90/128/EEC and seven amendments, and revised 2002/17/EC. It adopted a dimension different from 89/109/EEC for transfer, and paid attention to the materials compounded with film. The allowable transmission limit was 10mg/DM2 (10mg of any substance, 1dm2 of packaging material). 82/711/EEC specifies the test method. The EU decree does not specify the specific transfer amount of PVC, but 78/142/EEC stipulates that the allowable amount of vinyl chloride monomer for food packaging materials is 0.701mg/kg, and 80/766/EEC specifies the detection method

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