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Migration Testing as per EU Regulations

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Thursday Mar 29, 2018

Avoid rejection of your food contact approval application with a well-defined migration testing strategy (in accordance with EU food contact regulations).

Way to demonstrate food-safety, especially when migration of non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) is detected, is no-doubt complex & expensive. Let Andreas help you:

  • Develop the right migration testing strategy at less time & cost
  • Provide the accurate data in your food contact approval application to avoid rejection

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Andreas Tschech Presented By:
Andreas Tschech

Length: 90 min

Course Type: Regulation
Level: Intermediate

Next Session: Mar 29, 2018
10:00 a.m. (New York City)
4:00 p.m. (Paris)

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Why should you attend?

EU Food Contact regulation is now much more demanding. Formation of NIAS, their migration level & toxicological properties have to be investigated in details & it has to be demonstrated that despite detectable migration (above 10 µg/kg food) food will still be safe. This procedure is certainly very complex & expensive. Failure to provide sufficient data to EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) can lead to rejection of your application! 


  1. Efficiently characterize the migration of substances into food & identify possible NIAS for which you have to generate data

  2. Avoid rejection of application for your new food contact substance by developing an effective migration testing strategy (define petition scope, generate relevant data…)

  3. Save time & cost by well preparing and using Declarations of Compliance (DoCs) when developing food contact materials
Migration Testing as per EU Regulations

Who should attend?

Raw Material Producers who have to test their new monomers or additives when they apply for food approval
Rest of the Plastic Value Chain who have to show compliance with food regulation

Course Outline

The following sections will be covered during this course:
  1. Introduction
    • Food contact materials and food safety
    • EU food contact regulation requirements

  2. Migration testing of new substances for a petition
    • Substance characterisation in view of its stability and reactivity
    • Identification of reaction products / possible NIAS
    • How to deal with the results from migration tests ?

  3. How to develop your migration testing strategy in accordance with EU regulations

  4. Declaration of Compliance (DoC)
    • Responsibility in the supply chain
    • Contents and value of a DoC
    • Migration testing in the frame of compliance documentation

  5. 30 mins Q&A – Ask your questions directly to the expert!

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