FPF continues campaign to identify hazardous chemicals in plastic packaging

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The fight to eliminate hazardous chemicals in plastic packaging is not over with the Food Packaging Forum (FPF) submitting its latest research to the scientific journal ‘Science of the Total Environment’, this month.

Partnering with seven academic and non-profit organization partners in Europe and the US, the researchers have compiled a pre-peer review called Chemicals associated with Plastics Packaging database​ (CPPdb)​ identifying 4,283 substances and information on their toxicity and uses in plastic packaging, plus regulatory information on its use for food packaging.

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