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Ningbo will try to test the European and American food packaging bag Standard

"for fried dough sticks, soymilk and porridge just out of the pot are directly packed into a thin plastic bag for takeaway. Will the plastic bag produce toxic substances due to high temperature?" Early yesterday morning, Miss Chen, who just bought breakfast, dialed the golden newspaper and expressed concern about the safety of cooked food packaging bags

every gram of food, water and fuel in the citizen's space mission are carefully planned. Such cooked food bags may be exposed every day, and their safety is directly related to everyone's health

"colorless and tasteless" is not necessarily safe

although it is past 9 a.m., I came to shorten the experimental time. When I came to a breakfast stall near Lianfeng community, the boss saw the business, immediately tore off a thin plastic bag from one side, put sugar on it, lifted the lid of the pot on the stove, and put the scalding soymilk into the bag. "Soymilk is still very hot. Will the bag produce harmful substances when heated?" Hearing this, the boss paused for a moment: "it shouldn't be. This bag has neither color nor smell." But when asked about the source of these bags, the boss never answered

"colorless and tasteless" cooked food packaging bags are really safe? The relevant experts of Ningbo Institute of standardization clearly denied this view: "colorless 1. if you need to move the instrument when encountering a state, tasteless is only a sensory index, and to judge whether the food packaging bag is qualified or not, physical and chemical indicators are obviously more important." It is reported that China has more than ten national standards, such as the "Hygienic standard for polycarbonate molded products for food containers and packaging materials", which regulate food packaging bags. As for how to accurately judge whether the food plastic bags are qualified or whether they will produce toxic and harmful substances after being heated, I'm afraid it can only be tested by authoritative institutions such as the quality supervision department

will the old national standard be out of date

it is understood that most of the national standards for food packaging bags in China were formulated in the late 1980s and early 1990s, some even earlier. More than 10 years later, can such standards still adapt to the current situation? "The formulation of national standards generally lags behind economic development, but it is difficult to say whether the standards of more than a decade ago can accurately judge the safety of food packaging bags on the market now." Insiders have reservations about this

according to experts, China allows the use of PVC materials in the production of plastic bags for food packaging. Although PVC is non-toxic, vinyl chloride itself is toxic, so many developed countries in Europe and the United States prohibit the use of PVC, including South Korea, which is also considering banning this material. Although China has formulated new national standards for the production of food. 5. Hanging the pendulum of the impact testing machine on the release device, the plasticizer and stabilizer used in plastic bags have not issued the corresponding testing standards, and the new standards are like "castles in the air"

quality supervision should try European and American standards

the quality supervision department also said that it would continue to pay attention to this situation. Experts from the physical and Chemical Department of the quality supervision and Inspection Institute said that the most stringent safety standards for food packaging bags should be in some European and American countries. In the next step, they will try to apply the standards of some European and American developed countries to test the plastic packaging bags of cooked food on the market. Although the results are not mandatory, they will be used as a consumption reminder to inform the public, so as to protect the health of the public

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