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Products suitable for food contact applications must meet certain requirements written in the Code of Federal Regulations CFR. In these regulations, there is a list of approved raw materials that can be used as components of adhesives and coatings that may have direct or indirect food contact. ResinLab has maintained a database of raw materials that we have confirmed are listed as approved in these FDA regulations. In many cases, we have documentation from our suppliers to support the compliance of their materials.
What is the right interpretation of "Substances the use of which is permitted by regulations in this part" found in Section This article states that "Any substance employed in the production of resinous and polymeric coatings that is subject of a regulation in subchapter B of this chapter and conforms with any specification in such regulation. Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations C. Section
Please Explain FDA Coatings Regulations
The information on this page is current as of April 1 Resinous and polymeric coatings may be safely used as the food-contact surface of articles intended for use in producing, manufacturing, packing, processing, preparing, treating, packaging, transporting, or holding food, in accordance with the following prescribed conditions:. The coating is characterized by one or more of the following descriptions:. Substances named in this paragraph b 3 and further identified as required:. The oils may be raw, heat-bodied, or blown. They may be refined by filtration, degumming, acid or alkali washing, bleaching, distillation, partial dehydration, partial polymerization, or solvent extraction, or modified by combination with maleic anhydride. Rosins listed in paragraph b 3 v a of this section, for use only as reactants in oil-based or fatty acid-based alkyd resins.
FDA Regulation 21 CFR175.300
How is the Cross-Reference in Section 175.300 Interpreted?