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Henkel is committed to support the food and packaging industry with food safe adhesive solutions and expertise. Therefore, we have established a series of technical white papers on various food safe related topics such as risk assessments, migration or chemicals under discussion.

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How to Determine Safety of a Food Contact Adhesive

For non-approved substances, degradation by-products, reaction products and impurities, Henkel’s toxicology group conducts individual risk assessments.

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Risk Assessment of NIAS in Food Contact Adhesives

NIAS are non-intentionally added substances, which have to be identified and quantified by analytical assessment.

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Migration and Migration Testing

Henkel’s analytical department has established a wide range of standardized migration tests in order to determine if food packaging is food safe.

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Cold Seal Coatings – Handling and Conversion Guideline

To run an efficient conversion, ensure that the structure of the final packaging material is well understood.

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Cyclic Esters as NIAS in Adhesives and Coatings

Polyester based materials unavoidably contain cyclic ester byproducts as NIAS. Their migration behavior needs to be risk assessed.

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Primary Aromatic Amines

Aromatic amine migration is one of the most important aspects related to the safe use of polyurethane laminating adhesives.

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Henkel’s Food Contact Statement (Europe)

Henkel’s food contact statements refer to the main European legislation valid for food contact adhesives.

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Mineral Oil Components in Food Packaging Adhesives

There are two fractions of mineral oil, the mineral oil saturated hydrocarbons (MOSH) and the mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH).

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Plasticizers in Food Contact Material and Adhesives (Europe)

Adhesives could contain internal or external plasticizers. Internal plasticizers are chemically bonded. External plasticizers are small molecules with a high migration potential.

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How Demographic Changes Impact the Packaging Design

An aging population needs packaging solutions that are easy to open and adhesives play an important role in the functional design of a packaging.

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Ways to Improve Food Safety

The most efficient way to improve food safety is to minimize migration, e.g. by optimizing the amount of the applied adhesive or incorporate a suitable barrier in the packaging material.

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Food Contact Legislation (Europe)

According to the European Food Regulation, food packaging has to ensure that the packaged foodstuff remains safe until it is consumed.

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