Some chemicals are not intended for human consumption at all, but are nonetheless known to be present at various levels, like the residues from pesticides or contaminants from food packaging.
EFSA published a comprehensive overview of all the procedures they currently employ to assess dietary exposure to different chemical substances.
New European Cosmetic Directive Enters Into Force – What it Means for Safety and Exposure Assessment
The provisions of the new Regulation aim at ensuring that consumers’ health is protected and that they are well informed by monitoring the composition and labelling of products.
Standing for Flavours, Additives and Food Contact Materials Exposure Tool, the FACET software is the culmination of over five years’ work in collaboration with partners from industry, government and academia across Europe.
Sensors embedded in products could lift the veil on product use in the home, especially for new products where there is much uncertainty about how the public will react or engage with a product.
In highly competitive industries, improved understanding of the financial exposure risk profile from being associated with contaminated products in the market is increasingly important. By using data organised in structured data sets and through the application of science-based mathematical models, Creme Global quantifies detailed risk profiles that can simplify risk management decisions and mitigate financial risk.