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    Kitchenware non-stick pan FDA certification FDA food grade test introduction

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    Kitchenware non-stick pan FDA certification FDA food grade test introduction

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    Kitchenware non-stick pan FDA certification FDA food grade test

    The US Food and Drug Administration is located in Washington, DC, and Rockville, Maryland. It has a large organization with branches throughout the country. To strengthen drug quality management, the FDA divides the country into six regions, namely the Pacific (San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles), Southwest (Dallas, Denver, Kansas), Central and Western (Chicago, Minneapolis, Detroit). Northeast, Boston, New York, Buffalo, Mid-Atlantic (Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Newark, Baltimore), Southeast (Atlanta, Nashville, New Orleans, Orlando, Puerto Rico, Saint-Jean). A district is set up in each district, and several districts are also set up under the district. The Pacific Region is located in San Francisco, the Southwest Region is located in Dallas, the Central and Western Region is located in Chicago, and the Northeast Region is located in Boston, the location of the Mid-Atlantic Region. Philadelphia, the location of the Southern District, is located in Atlanta.

    The Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, also known as CFSAN, is a national food field investigation agency and is one of six product-oriented centers that fulfill the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) mandate. As a scientific management agency, the FDA's role is to ensure the safety of food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, biological agents, medical devices and radioactive products produced or imported in the United States. It is one of the first federal agencies to protect consumers as the primary function. The institution is closely related to the lives of every American citizen. Internationally, the FDA is recognized as one of the world's largest food and drug regulatory agencies. Many other countries promote and monitor the safety of their domestic products by seeking and receiving FDA assistance. The FDA is one of the executive agencies established by the US government in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Department of Public Health (PHS). The FDA's mission is to promote and protect the health of the public by ensuring the safety, hygiene, health and proper labeling of the US food and the safe and correct identification of the cosmetics.

    Summary of food grade regulations required by the US market:
     
    ■Food grade polypropylene (PP).FDA 21CFR 177.1520
     
    ■ Food grade polyethylene (PE) FDA 21CFR 177.1520.
     
    ■Food grade olefin polymer (OP) FDA 21CFR 177.1520
     
    ■Food grade polystyrene. (PS) FDA 21 CFR 177.1640
     
    ■Corrin and polymer coatings in contact with foodstuffs FDA 21CFR 175.300
     
    ■ Food container cover with gaskets FDA 21CFR 177.1210
     
    ■Food grade ethylene-vinyl acetate aggregate (EVA) FDA 21CFR 177.1350
     
    ■Food grade melamine formaldehyde resin FDA 21CFR 177.1460
     
    ■Food grade nylon resin FDA 21CFR 177.1500
     
    ■ Food grade polyethylene terephthalate (PET). FDA 21CFR 177.1630.
     
    ■Food grade polycarbonate (PC) FDA 21CFR 177.1580
     
    ■Food grade rubber. FDA 21CFR 177.2600
     
    ■ Paper and cardboard components in contact with food. FDA 21CFR 176.170
     
    ■Food grade polyester resin FDA 21CFR 177.2420
     
    ■Food grade acrylonitrile/butadiene/styrene aggregate (ABS) FDA 21 CFR 177.1020
     
    ■Food grade vinyl chloride / lauryl vinyl ether aggregate FDA 21 CFR 177.1970
     
    ■ Food grade polyethersulfone resin FDA 21 CFR 177.2440.
     
    ■ Food grade polyamide / imine resin. FDA 21 CFR 177.2450.
     
    ■Food grade acrylonitrile-styrene resin (AS) FDA 21 CFR 177.1040
     
    ■ Food grade polyoxymethylene total polymer (POM polyoxymethylene) FDA 21 CFR 177.2470 and so on.
     
    Other food containers CPG
     
    ■Silver/silveredware CPG 7117.05
     
    ■Glassware/Ceramics/Enamelware U.S. Compliance policy Guide &7117.06 & 07
     
    ■U.S.SGCD&CSC cup side test
     
    ■California Statement 65 U.S.California proposition 65
     
    FDA agency profile
     
    The FDA is one of the executive agencies established by the US government in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Department of Public Health (PHS). The responsibility is to ensure the safety of food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, biological agents, medical devices and radioactive products produced or imported in the United States. Internationally, the FDA is recognized as one of the world's top food and drug regulatory agencies.
     
    Third, FDA food-grade test introduction
     
    Among the FDA 21CFR related to food contact materials:
     
    Chapter 110—GMP Production Quality Specifications for Production and Food Containers
     
    Chapters 170-189 - Raw materials Requirements for raw materials in contact with food
     
    For all vessels and materials that are in direct contact with food and beverages, or that are in direct contact with the population's tongue, they must pass the FDA-standard testing and certification to enter the US market.
     
    1. Food packaging materials FDA testing and certification: paper, plastic film, metal plastic aluminum foil,
     
    2. FDA inspection and certification of glass ceramic products: various types of glass ceramic pots, bowls, plates, spoons, pots, cups, bottles, pots, etc.
     
    3. Food-grade plastic products FDA testing and certification: plastic materials that are in contact with food or directly imported, including: nylon, ABS, ACRY, PU, ​​PE, PC, PVC, PP, PR, PET, PO, PS, PSU , POM, PPS, EVA, SAN, SMM, EVA, BS, MEL, COPP, KRAT, ACRY, etc.