Food Contact

21CFR 178.3297-1%
21CFR 178.3297-5%
21 CFR 175.300
HPB
JHOSPA
21CFR 170.39
AP(89)1
AS2070-1999
21CFR 178.3297-2%
FPL Brown 24
FPL Yellow 53
FPL Green 50
FPL Blue 36
FPL Blue 28
FCN 000430
BfR
FCN 000938
GB9685 : 2016
FCN 00868

21 CFR 175.300 (US FDA)

Approved for use in polymeric and resinous coatings.The colorant must be used in accordance with 21CFR 178.3297.

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21CFR 170.39 (US FDA)

Approved for use as a colorant in all polymers intended to contact food, at a level not to exceed 2% by weight. Listed under 21CFR 170.39 Threshold of Regulation for substances used in food-contact articles.

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21CFR 178.3297-1% (US FDA)

Approved for use as a colorant in all polymers intended to contact food, at a level not to exceed 1% by weight. Listed under 21CFR 178.3297

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21CFR 178.3297-2% (US FDA)

Approved for use as a colorant in all polymers intended to contact food, at a level not to exceed 2% by weight. Listed under 21CFR 178.3297

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21CFR 178.3297-5% (US FDA)

Approved for use as a colorant in all polymers intended to contact food, at a level not to exceed 5% by weight. Listed under 21CFR 178.3297

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AP(89)1 (Europe)

Council of Europe AP(89)1 Approved Pigments - migration of the elements antimony, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and selenium from the following pigments are typically below the limits set forth in the Council of Europeâ??s resolution AP(89)1 on the use of colourants in plastic materials coming into contact with food, 13 September 1989.

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AS2070-1999 (Australia)

Australian Standard AS 2070-1999 Approved Pigments - migration of the elements antimony, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and selenium from the following pigments are typically below the limits set forth in the Australian Standard AS 2070-1999, Plastics materials for food contact use (4.1.2 Colourants), published 5 March, 1999.

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BfR (Germany)

List of the BfR Approved Pigments: Pigments are not regulated by the Bundesinstitut f?¼r Risikobewertung (BfR) unless they contain dangerous substances. The following Shepherd pigments are free of dangerous sunstances and therefore do not require BfR registration.

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FCN 000430 ()

StarLight FL105 is approved for use as a colorant in all polymers expected to come into contact with food, at a level not to exceed 0.3% by weight. (FCN 000430).

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FCN 000938 (US)

Approved for use as a colorant in all polymers intended to contact food, at a level not to exceed 5% by weight. Listed under FCN 000938

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FCN 00868 (US)

Approved for use as a colorant in all polymers intended to contact food, at a level not to exceed 5% by weight. Listed under FCN 000868

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FPL Blue 28 (France)

Listed on the French Positive List - Circulaire No 176 Du 2 Decembre 1959, numeros 114: cobalt aluminate blue spinel.

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FPL Blue 36 (France)

Listed on the French Positive List - Circulaire Du 29 Mai 1978, Date Dâ??authorisation 14 Janvier 1975: cobalt chromium aluminate blue-green spinel.

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FPL Brown 24 (France)

Listed on the French Positive List - Circulaire Du 29 Mai 1978, Date Dâ??authorisation 14 Janvier 1975: chromium antimony titantium yellow rutile.

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FPL Green 50 (France)

Listed on the French Positive List - Circulaire Du 29 Mai 1978, Date Dâ??authorisation 14 Janvier 1975: cobalt, nickel, zinc, titanium green spinel.

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FPL Yellow 53 (France)

Listed on the French Positive List - Circulaire No 176 Du 2 Decembre 1959, and Circulaire Du 22 Fevrier 1966, numeros 103 bis: nickel antimony titanium yellow rutile.

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GB9685 : 2016 (China)

Pigments typically meet the purity requirements set forth in the National Food Safety of the Peopleâ??s Republic of China, GB9685-2016 Standard for Uses of Additives in Food Contact Materials and Articles. Please see GB9685:2016 document for limitations.

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HPB (Canada)

Letters of no objection for use in selected food packagaing applications from the Health Protecting Branch, Health and Welfare, Canada, July 16, 1985.

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JHOSPA (Japan)

Listed on the Japanese JHOSPA positives list for use in specific plastics applications

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