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Product introduction: DGCCR French food-grade testing French DGCCRF is the English abbreviation of French food-grade safety regulations. In addition to complying with EU Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, these products sold to France must also comply with local French regulations, including French DGCCRF 2004-64 and French Décret nº 92-631. French regulations not only have special requirements for plastic and rubber products in contact with food, but also have special classification and requirements for metal products.Tests on stainless steel specify that most stainless steels used in food contact materials contain 18% chromium, which is the most suitable concentration for corrosion resistance in food and beverage contact materials. This is also the most ideal concentration for cost expense and to reduce production costs.In France, stainless steel for food contact products must contain at least 13% chromium, as well as nickel and manganese. The biggest limitation is to impose other dissolved elements.The special feature of French DGCCR is that France requires that the coating and the material inside be tested separately. For example, for cookware with organic coating, in addition to the coating surface that needs to be tested, there are also corresponding requirements for the metal used as the base material.With the implementation of the EU Food Grade Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, EU member states pay close attention to the safe use of products that come into contact with food. Different member states monitor the quality of products and materials that come into contact with food on the market according to their own national food-grade regulations. For products exported to the EU, the customs of EU member states will conduct random inspections on the goods in accordance with relevant regulations, and those who fail to pass will suffer the risk of return.In addition to complying with EU Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, these products sold to France must also comply with local French regulations, including French DGCCRF 2004-64 and French Décret no 92-631. French regulations not only have special requirements for plastic and rubber products that come into contact with food, but also have special classification and requirements for metal products, such as: cookware with organic coating, in addition to the coating surface needs to be tested, there are also corresponding requirements for the metal as the base material requirements.General material French food testing project requirements1. General plastic products PE PP require full migration2. Comprehensive migration test of PVC plastic products, vinyl chloride monomer test3. Comprehensive migration test of melamine resin products and formaldehyde dissolution test4. Lead and cadmium dissolution test of ceramics, glass and crystal products5. Enamel products lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium dissolution test cup additional lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium dissolution test6. Comprehensive migration test of silicone rubber products, (VOM) organic volatile content, peroxide value test, organic tin compound test7. Comprehensive migration test of rubber products, formaldehyde dissolution test, peroxide value test, aromatic amine dissolution test, nitrosamine and its compound content, total organic volatile matter8. Paper products (PCP) pentachlorophenol test, polychlorinated biphenyl test, heavy metal dissolution test (lead, cadmium mercury, hexavalent chromium) test, antibacterial component migration test, glyoxal release test, sensory test9. Comprehensive migration test of organic coatings such as products with non-stick coating10. Metal, alloy and electroplating products heavy metal dissolution test (lead, cadmium, chromium, nickel) test, sensory test11.Wood wood products (PCP) pentachlorophenol test, sensory test on the painted part12. Requirements for aluminum, aluminum alloy products, steel products, metal composition analysis of stainless steel products, comprehensive migration test13. Cast iron products require lead content, limited metal element test with electroplating layer, heavy metal nickel-chromium migration test, comprehensive migration test14. Tin products require limited metal element test, heavy metal antimony migration test15. Other alloys and metals limited metal element test, heavy metal nickel-chromium migration test
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DGCCR French food-grade testing French DGCCRF is the English abbreviation of French food-grade safety regulations. In addition to complying with EU Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, these products sold to France must also comply with local French regulations, including French DGCCRF 2004-64 and French Décret nº 92-631. French regulations not only have special requirements for plastic and rubber products in contact with food, but also have special classification and requirements for metal products.
Tests on stainless steel specify that most stainless steels used in food contact materials contain 18% chromium, which is the most suitable concentration for corrosion resistance in food and beverage contact materials. This is also the most ideal concentration for cost expense and to reduce production costs.
In France, stainless steel for food contact products must contain at least 13% chromium, as well as nickel and manganese. The biggest limitation is to impose other dissolved elements.
The special feature of French DGCCR is that France requires that the coating and the material inside be tested separately. For example, for cookware with organic coating, in addition to the coating surface that needs to be tested, there are also corresponding requirements for the metal used as the base material.
With the implementation of the EU Food Grade Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, EU member states pay close attention to the safe use of products that come into contact with food. Different member states monitor the quality of products and materials that come into contact with food on the market according to their own national food-grade regulations. For products exported to the EU, the customs of EU member states will conduct random inspections on the goods in accordance with relevant regulations, and those who fail to pass will suffer the risk of return.
In addition to complying with EU Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, these products sold to France must also comply with local French regulations, including French DGCCRF 2004-64 and French Décret no 92-631. French regulations not only have special requirements for plastic and rubber products that come into contact with food, but also have special classification and requirements for metal products, such as: cookware with organic coating, in addition to the coating surface needs to be tested, there are also corresponding requirements for the metal as the base material requirements.
General material French food testing project requirements

1. General plastic products PE PP require full migration

2. Comprehensive migration test of PVC plastic products, vinyl chloride monomer test

3. Comprehensive migration test of melamine resin products and formaldehyde dissolution test

4. Lead and cadmium dissolution test of ceramics, glass and crystal products

5. Enamel products lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium dissolution test cup additional lead, cadmium, hexavalent chromium dissolution test

6. Comprehensive migration test of silicone rubber products, (VOM) organic volatile content, peroxide value test, organic tin compound test

7. Comprehensive migration test of rubber products, formaldehyde dissolution test, peroxide value test, aromatic amine dissolution test, nitrosamine and its compound content, total organic volatile matter

8. Paper products (PCP) pentachlorophenol test, polychlorinated biphenyl test, heavy metal dissolution test (lead, cadmium mercury, hexavalent chromium) test, antibacterial component migration test, glyoxal release test, sensory test

9. Comprehensive migration test of organic coatings such as products with non-stick coating

10. Metal, alloy and electroplating products heavy metal dissolution test (lead, cadmium, chromium, nickel) test, sensory test

11.Wood wood products (PCP) pentachlorophenol test, sensory test on the painted part

12. Requirements for aluminum, aluminum alloy products, steel products, metal composition analysis of stainless steel products, comprehensive migration test

13. Cast iron products require lead content, limited metal element test with electroplating layer, heavy metal nickel-chromium migration test, comprehensive migration test

14. Tin products require limited metal element test, heavy metal antimony migration test

15. Other alloys and metals limited metal element test, heavy metal nickel-chromium migration test

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