COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT: Click here for a COVID-19 Update from Keller and Heckman LLP.
Companies in the food packaging manufacturing chain are not, for the most part, currently subject to declaration requirements under the Lacey Act Read more about Responsibilities of Food Packaging Manufacturers under the Lacey Act
Does the FDA have any compliance standards related to indirect food contact with paper napkins? If so, is there a clear source for such compliance Read more about How Are Paper Napkins Regulated by FDA?
Do all the components of an adhesive for food packaging (cardboard boxes) have to be in the list of cleared substances found in 21 C.F.R. 175.105 Read more about How Are Adhesives That Are Separated From Food By a Functional Barrier Regulated?
The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, or Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung (BfR), has made available unofficial English Read more about German Food-Contact Paper Recommendations Updated; English Versions Available
In 21 CFR part 176.170, it is indicated that substances that can be safely used as component of uncoated or coated food contact surface of paper Read more about How Is the Cross-Reference in Section 176.170(a)(4) Interpreted?