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Food & Beverage Regulations: The Implications of the Reclassification of Bis Peroxide
March 12th, 2018
In this white paper, Saint-Gobain addresses the implications of the reclassification of silicone cross-linking agent bis (2,4-dichlororbenzoyl) peroxide (CAS 133-14-2) for Food Contact Materials (FCM) manufacturers. Looking at major regulatory bodies around the world, we examine region-specific reclassification risks and explore how the Saint-Gobain regulatory affairs team is preparing for potential changes.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics’ regulatory affairs expertise is maintained by a dedicated team of professionals that closely tracks this space and anticipates changes. Our team proactively adjusts product offerings to meet and comply with regulatory standards on behalf of our customers.