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US requirements (FDA)

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Code of Federal Regulations
The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act is the basic law on food (including food additives) and samples in the United States. In accordance with the requirements of this law, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has formulated several regulations in detail. The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is a compilation of regulations published in Federal Register publications by executive departments and agencies of the United States federal government. The first chapter of Title 21 is a regulation within the scope of FDA. Each chapter (Chapter) is divided into a number of parts (Parts), and then divided into subsections (Subparts), sections (Sections). Food additives are mainly concentrated in Parts 70~74 and 170~199, of which the parts and sections related to polymer materials that come into contact with food are as follows:
21 CFR = Food and Drugs
21 CFR 170 ~ 199 = Food Additives
21 CFR 174 ~ 178 = Indirect Food Additives
21 CFR 175 = Adhesives and coating
21 CFR 176 = Paper and paperboard
21 CFR 177 = Polymers (Plastics and fabric)
21 CFR 180.22 = Acrylonitrile copolymer
21 CFR 181.32 = Acrylonitrile copolymer and resins
 
Common Federal Code Standards:
FDA 21CFR 175.300 Requirements for Organic Coated, Metallic and Electroplated (except Silver Coated) Articles
FDA 21CFR 176.170 Paper and Paperboard
FDA 21CFR 177.1210 Gaskets
FDA 21CFR 177.1350 Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer
FDA 21CFR 177.1460 Melamine/Formaldehyde Resins
FDA 21CFR 177.1500 Nylon Resin
FDA 21CFR 177.2355 Mineral Reinforced Nylon Resins
FDA 21CFR 177.1520 Propylene Homopolymer/Propylene Copolymer/Ethylene-Octene Copolymer/Polyethylene
FDA 21CFR 177.1550 Polytetrafluoroethylene
FDA 21CFR 177.1580 Polycarbonate
FDA 21CFR 177.1630 Polyethylene terephthalate
FDA 21CFR 177.1640 Polystyrene
FDA 21CFR 177.1900 Urea Formaldehyde Resins
FDA 21CFR 177.2600 Rubber
 
FDA Compliance Policy Guide (CPG)
CPG is an interpretive guideline for food and drug administration regulations and regulations issued by the U.S. FDA.
Ceramic ware US FDA CPG 7117.06&07/A.O.A.C. 15th. Ed(973.32) Ceramic ware
Silver Plated Tableware US FDA CPG 7117.05 Silver Plated Tableware
CPG 7117.07 Lead content in ceramic food wares
CPG 7117.06 Cadmium content in ceramic food wares
CPG 7117.05 Lead content in silver-plated food wares
 
Other U.S. Food Contact Material Regulations
US SGCD Cup Rim Test (US SGCD & CSC ASTM C-927 Rim Area)
SGCD: The society of glass and ceramic decorated products, American Society of Glass and Ceramic Decoration
Food Contact Material Regulations Included in California Proposition 65
Ceramic and Glass Container Interior Contact with Food Part (US California Proposition 65 Interior Contact with Food Part)
Ceramic and glass products exterior decoration part (US California Proposition 65 Exterior Decoration Part)
Wipe Test (US California Proposition 65 Ghost Wipe Test by Method NIOSH 9100)
21 CFR 182 GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe), Materials/Products Generally Recognized as Safe
CMA (COOKWARE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION), a standard for cookware and tableware issued by the Cookware Manufacturers Association
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