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#1 prg_1993

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Posted 08 February 2018 - 01:31 AM

I tried searching for a similar policy which regulates the allowable sizes of fragments, such as paper, similar to what Sec 555.425 is doing for hard and sharp objects, but can't seem to find one. I figured I might as well try inquiring here. Thank you very much!



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Posted 08 February 2018 - 04:02 AM

I tried searching for a similar policy which regulates the allowable sizes of fragments, such as paper, similar to what Sec 555.425 is doing for hard and sharp objects, but can't seem to find one. I figured I might as well try inquiring here. Thank you very much!

 

Hi prg,

 

As i understand the quoted regulation details FDA's conclusions regarding hard/sharp foreign objects which might be significant food hazards. Essentially via theory/statistics.

Presumably paper-type materials were found to be statistically insignificant. The details, if any, are maybe in Olsen's original FDA publication(s).


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Posted 09 February 2018 - 01:34 AM

Hi prg,

 

As i understand the quoted regulation details FDA's conclusions regarding hard/sharp foreign objects which might be significant food hazards. Essentially via theory/statistics.

Presumably paper-type materials were found to be statistically insignificant. The details, if any, are maybe in Olsen's original FDA publication(s).

 

Oh ok. So objects of those type that I mentioned are not considered significant food hazard. Thank you very much! :)






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