Food Science Reviews: Chemical Migration from Food Packaging v. 2
This series provides coverage of key areas of food science, and all contributions are from leading scientists. The essays intend to provide a standard reference on topical areas of food science. "Chemical Migration from Food Packaging", the second volume in the series, provides a clear and objective source of information about this controlled area. It is essential to understand how chemical migration happens in order to comply with new EC controls. Each review has been chosen to provide key information on a major area of contention in industry, which needs guidance on how to comply with major legislation due from the EC.
- Paperback | 120 pages
- 178 x 235 x 9mm | 265g
- 01 Dec 1993
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Horwood Publishing Ltd
- United Kingdom
Table of contents
Migration Tests for Food Packaging. EC Legislation on Food Contact Materials and Articles. Migration Testing Food Contact Plastics for High Temperature Applications. Migration from "Boil-in-bag" Laminatics. To What Extent is Packaging Used for Storing Food and Drink in the Home? Modelling Chemical Migration from Packaging into Food.