Food contact materials (FCMs) are materials that are intended to be in contact with food. These can be things that are quite obvious like a glass, a can for soft drinks, but also machinery in a food factory or a coffee machine.
Food contact materials can be constructed from a variety of materials like plastics, rubber, paper, coatings, metal, ink, etc. In many cases a combination is used; for example a carton box for juices can include (from the inside to the outside): plastic layer, aluminium, paper, printing and surface coating.
Cookware/ Bakeware: baking cups, pans, pots, trays, tea kettles, etc.
Tableware: cutlery, drinking equipment, plates, glassware, ceramicware, etc.
Juvenile Products: cutlery sets and feeding /drinking equipment, baby bottles and teats/nipples, soothers (dummies)/pacifiers, etc.
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Food Packaging/Containers: bottles, cans, totes, etc
Food Processing Equipment: blades, conveyors, hoses, etc
Food Processing Supplies: adhesives, closures, gloves, filters, etc.
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