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Posted 10 March 2006 - 12:32 PM

Hallo Saferpakers,

When a raw material is used that is in the EU positive list for materials that come in contact to foodstuffs why should you take this material up in your hazard analysis under raw materials?
The material is placed on the positive list for good reasons.
For instance you make a plastic packaging film for direct food contact.
Global and specific migration tests are carried out on regular basis.
The raw materials supplier is reliable and gives me all data related to quality en foodsafety I need.
Who can give me any arguments why I should mention the raw materials for this plastic film in the HACCP study. :uhm:

Have a nice day, Okido



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Posted 12 March 2006 - 08:53 PM

Who can give me any arguments why I should mention the raw materials for this plastic film in the HACCP study. :uhm:


Why not - it demonstrates you have considered it.

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