Migration of Chemical Compounds from Packaging Polymers in Switzerland

     
migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers

Migration of Chemical Compounds from Packaging Polymers

The packaging of a beverage is an essential element for customer convenience and the preservation of beverage quality. On the other hand, chemical compounds present in the packaging materials, either intentionally added or non-intentionally, may be transferred to the food. With a huge variety of materials used in the production, beverage packaging requires safety assessments with respect to

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migration from plastic packaging into meat - sciencedirect

Migration from plastic packaging into meat - ScienceDirect

Chemical partitioning from the packaging into the food is known as migration. Migration is of relevance for smaller size compounds (below 1000 Da). The extent to which migration occurs depends on various factors: the physico-chemical properties of the migrant, of the packaging material, and the food (e.g. fat content)

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an overview of chemical additives present in plastics

An overview of chemical additives present in plastics

The migration process can be divided into four major steps exemplified for a food contact material: 1) diffusion of chemical compounds through the polymers, 2) desorption of the molecules from the polymer surface, 3) sorption of the compounds at the plastic–food interface, and 4) absorption of the compounds in the food . The mass diffusion process is usually governed by Fick’s law.

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non-intentionally added substances (nias) from food

Non-Intentionally Added Substances (NIAS) From Food

It is often released from packaging matrix to the food. Migration of plasticizers to food have been identified (Fromme et al., 2007; Ibarra et al., 2018). Migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers during microwave, conventional heat treatment, and storage. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 12(5), 523-545.

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migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers

Migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers

Migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers during microwave, conventional heat treatment, and storage

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migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers

Migration of Chemical Compounds from Packaging Polymers

Possible chemical migrants include plasticizers, antioxidants, thermal stabilizers, slip compounds, and monomers. Chemical migration from food packaging is affected by a number of parameters including the nature and complexity of food, the contact time and temperature of the system, the type of packaging contact layer, and the properties of the

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chemical migration from beverage packaging materials—a review

Chemical Migration from Beverage Packaging Materials—A Review

The packaging of a beverage is an essential element for customer convenience and the preservation of beverage quality. On the other hand, chemical compounds present in the packaging materials, either intentionally added or non-intentionally, may be transferred to the food. With a huge variety of materials used in the production, beverage packaging requires safety assessments with respect to

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migration of styrene from plastic packaging based on

Migration of styrene from plastic packaging based on

Abstract. Plastics are widely used around the world as packaging material covering a wide range of applications. Plastics could be a source of chemicals into food through migration of various compounds (polymers, monomers, and processing aids) from packaging to foodstuffs.

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an overview of chemical additives present in plastics

An overview of chemical additives present in plastics

Chemical partitioning from packaging material into the food systems : Migration ; Worst case scenario: 100% migration Models can at least partially replace experiments Functional barrier (virgin polymer) effectiveness in laminated or coextruded structures; SML = specific migration limits

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food containers and packaging materials as possible source

Food Containers and Packaging Materials as Possible Source

Migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers during microwave, conventional heat treatment, and storage, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 12: 523-545; Bhunia, K., Dhawan, S., and *Sablani, S. S., 2012. Modeling the oxygen diffusion of nanocomposite-based food packaging films, Journal of Food Science 77:N29-N35

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the downside of antimicrobial packaging: migration of

The Downside of Antimicrobial Packaging: Migration of

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migration of chemical compounds from packaging polymers

Migration of Chemical Compounds from Packaging Polymers

Possible chemical migrants include plasticizers, antioxidants, thermal stabilizers, slip compounds, and monomers. Chemical migration from food packaging is affected by a number of parameters including the nature and complexity of food, the contact time and temperature of the system, the type of packaging contact layer, and the properties of the

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food containers and packaging materials as possible source

Food Containers and Packaging Materials as Possible Source

Migration of Chemical Compounds from Packaging Polymers during Microwave, Conventional Heat Treatment, and Storage

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molecules | free full-text | analytical approaches

Molecules | Free Full-Text | Analytical Approaches

The most difficult group of compounds to identify in migration samples are NIAS, because they may be originated from different places and even be a product of side-reaction of polymer components. Moreover, the composition of new polymers and packaging is very often confidential, therefore, there is lack of information on materials additives.

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food containers and packaging materials as possible source

Food Containers and Packaging Materials as Possible Source

Abstract. Plastics are widely used around the world as packaging material covering a wide range of applications. Plastics could be a source of chemicals into food through migration of various compounds (polymers, monomers, and processing aids) from packaging to foodstuffs.

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