As food safety has become a rising concern for consumers, it is important for manufacturers to mitigate the risks associated with the migration of chemical substances from Food Contact Materials (FCMs) into food to prevent potential health threats.
FCMs are defined as materials or products intended to come into contact with food, are already in contact with food, or may reasonably be expected to come into contact with food.
Globally, different markets maintain their own FCM regulations to prevent products being placed on the market which alter our food or drink, bring about a deterioration in its organoleptic characteristics, or release hazardous substances.
SGS also takes this very precautiously for products such as Pans. We perform quality and performance inspection services to verify products to ensure they can meet industry standards and consumer expectations. By performing an inspection on this product before actually touching the food you going to eat, SGS provides comfort and trust in your cookware brand.
To ensure these Pans meet industry standards and consumer expectations, we conduct the following checkpoints:
Our quality assurance specialists can help you to identify corrective actions for any non-conformities detected before the completion of consignments. We can provide significant cost savings by deploying our professionals, even to the most remote areas.