COMPLIANCE WITH THE RELEVANT EUROPEAN DIRECTIVES & REGULATIONS
FreshPlus® και Fresh Thermal®
Brands FreshPlus® and Fresh Thermal® are world-renowned brands that identify quality and innovative products. These technological applications inhibit and minimize losses in moisture and weight of agricultural products, they can reach new distant markets by increasing their storage and transport period. And so we extend for a longer period of time the possibility of marketing.
Innovative packaging products under the FreshPlus® MAP brand comply with FDA and European Union guidelines. The products are suitable for direct contact with fresh or processed fruits, vegetables and fresh spices. You can safely use our products, which come with all safety certificates (SGS, BRC, ISO 22000, ISO 45001, ISO 14001, ISO 9001,).
AND COMPLIANCE WITH EUROPEAN REGULATIONS & INSTRUCTIONS
FreshPlus® Food Safety.
Compliance with Regulation no. 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food, as amended by Framework Regulation 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs contact with food.
FreshPlus® MA / MH
This Material, processed and used in accordance with EU legislation, has been approved for food contact applications in both the US and the EU, in accordance with FDA CFR 21 and Directive 2002 / 72 / EC of the Commission.
Certificates regarding the condition of our materials according to the FDA. Regulation 21 CFR 177.1500 “Nylon resins”, the European regulation 2002/72 / EC, the German recommendation BfR X. Polyamide “, 1.6.1998 ) or legislation for other countries will be provided upon request.
FreshPlus® [Biodegradable] OxoBio MAP και FreshPlus® [Compostable] ComBio MAP
The standard “CEN / TS 16137: 2011 Plastics – Determination of biological carbon content” by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), defines the calculation method for the determination of carbon content of biomers in polymers, polymers and plastic materials and products, based on Content Measurement 14C. As CEN / TS 16137 provides a standard set of methods, it is currently the most important guideline for documenting marketing claims about the biocarbon content of a material or product.
Our plastic products are composted according to international standards, successfully meeting the harmonized European standard, EN 13432 or EN 14995.
EN 13432: 2000 Packaging
This is a harmonized European standard linked to the European Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (94/62 / EC). Allows the presumption of compliance with the essential requirements of the Directive. It has been translated and implemented in all European Member States. EN 13432 applies when specific plastics are used for food packaging.
All certifications are from the manufacturers and will be given upon request.