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FDA raises alarm over PFAS-tainted food containers

At issue are fluorinated containers made of high-density polyethylene, a material widely used in food packaging because it can easily seal out moisture and other temperature changes. The packaging is generally used during the manufacturing process to hold large quantities of ingredients like oils or flavorings. More:

FDA raises alarm over PFAS-tainted food containers  –  E&E News
Letter to Manufacturers and Distributors of Fluorinated Polyethylene Food Contact Containers  –  US FDAAt issue are fluorinated containers made of high-density polyethylene, a material widely used in food packaging because it can easily seal out moisture and other temperature changes. The packaging is generally used during the manufacturing process to hold large quantities of ingredients like oils or flavorings. More:

FDA raises alarm over PFAS-tainted food containers  –  E&E News
Letter to Manufacturers and Distributors of Fluorinated Polyethylene Food Contact Containers  –  US FDA

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