In the article below, Smithers food packaging experts highlight how extra precautions need to be taken when considering high temperature food contact packaging
. From regulatory compliance
, through to concerns around risk and packaging appearance, see how you can optimize your heat-in-the-pack food contact packaging. This is of great importance especially when cooking with commercial ovens operating at very high temperatures, which commonly use a combination of microwave, hot air impingement and conventional oven technology.
Read the article to find out more, and see how we support clients with food contact analysis
, including migration testing
and NIAS (non intentionally added substance) testing
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