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fold faq Within the EU, in order to export materials for contact with foodstuffs that have not been subjected to the harmonised regulations, must an EU manufacturer ensure that the material complies with the legislation of the country or does compliance with his o
fold faq Who is responsible for the compliance with regulations of materials designed to come into contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq Does EC marking make it possible to demonstrate that a material is suitable for contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq For how long is a report giving the results of analyses of suitability for contact with foodstuffs valid?
fold faq Must materials for which no specific European or French regulatory text exists meet the requirements concerning suitability for contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq Can recycled materials be used for contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq Must materials that are not in direct contact with foodstuffs meet the requirements of these regulations?
fold faq Are there inks for use in contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq Is the “glass/fork” symbol (Regulation N°1935/2004) mandatory for identifying materials suitable for contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq How can you be sure that a plastic designed for use in a microwave oven is suitable for contact with foodstuffs?
fold faq Do the regulations concerning materials in contact with foodstuffs include requirements concerning contact with the mouth?
fold faq Must drinking water distribution installations comply with the regulations concerning materials in contact with foodstuffs?

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