At Creme Global we create data, models and software to estimate aggregate and cumulative exposure to chemicals from food and consumer products.

The word “chemicals” refers to different substances such as additives, flavourings, contaminants and pesticides.

The exposure analyses are based on surveys containing nationally representative and readily installed data about food consumption, product usage and consumers’ habits and practices at the global level. Through intuitive, user-friendly interfaces, these data can be easily combined with other datasets regarding the chemicals’ concentrations, toxicological data, absorption and retention factors.

Different models replicate the typical exposure patterns from food consumption and usage of consumer products, to assess the exposure levels that occur in real-world situations. All our exposure models are based upon Monte Carlo simulations that capture the huge variety of the exposure patterns related to different user profiles. The routes of exposure we focus on are oral, dermal and inhalation. The results of these models can be combined together to estimate systemic exposure. The results are calculated at the subject level and can be broken down by groups of consumers and demographics. Our customers use the results obtained from our models to make informed decisions on new regulations, use levels and maximum concentration levels to assure consumer safety.

Benefits / Return on Investment

Benefits to chemicals projects

Exposure Analyses

Technical Services