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Ensure your product is compliant
From food and beverage to pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and pet food, custom pouch packaging bags are designed to meet the unique requirements of different industries. They are available in various sizes, shapes, and materials to suit different product types and storage conditions.
PFAS, Prop 65. BPA/ Phthalates. TSE-BSE. 21 CFR 73. R.E.A.C.H Certificate of Compliance. 25214.16. Chlorinated Substances Declaration. Swiss Ordinance. TraceGains. Do any of these ring a bell? FDA and international food standards are constantly changing, and you don’t want to be stuck in a position where a major distributor of your product suddenly wants compliance substantiation that you can’t provide.
That’s where we come in. Our compliance certification is in-depth and provides more information than most other packaging manufacturers out there. If you need assurance that your packaging meets compliance standards, you simply can’t waste time working with a vendor that leaves you wanting more information. Trust the best in the industry with your packaging needs.
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What are the 5 mandatory
requirements of labeling packaged
Currently, there are five mandatory requirements for labeling packaged food in the U.S. These include:
- Statement of identity -label must include the common or usual name of the food.
- Net Quantity- the amount of product (weight, volume, numerical count) that’s included in the package.
- Ingredient list- label must include all the ingredients contained in the product, listed in descending order by weight.
- Nutritional information- number of calories, amount of fat, protein, and carbs, and other key nutritional information, including vitamins and minerals.
- Allergen declarations- if the product contains any of the eight major allergens (milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans), the label must clearly state this.
As leaders in the food packaging space, we get lots of questions about our FDA-compliant food packaging. In this section, you’ll find valuable information about food packaging!
What does it mean to have FDA-approved packaging?
The FDA sets very specific standards for food contact packaging so the general public is protected from spoilage or sickness. These standards include ensuring that there isn’t any unpermitted migration of any chemicals into the food product and that any chemicals used are deemed safe by the FDA. The FDA set up various standards, many of which are found in the 23 CFR 73 code of federal regulations.
By adhering to FDA standards with your packaging, you’re sending signals to the public that the food products within are safe for consumption and that the packaging won’t introduce any harmful chemicals into the food.
What is required on food packaging?
All food packaging materials must be approved by the FDA for the type of food that is being packaged. Some of the key “requirements” for food packaging include: product identification on the package itself, the net weight or volume, an ingredient list, allergen information, nutritional information, storage instructions, information about the country of origin, and date labeling (sell by, use by, etc.)
For the latest requirements, visit the FDA’s website for more information.
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