The advanced case-studies included in this section are designed to be performed after the case-studie(s) on monolayer (go back to monolayers) . Calculations are performed on the platform SFPP3 (Safe Food Packaging Portal version 3).
Migration modeling encompasses several techniques of mathematical, physical and chemical modeling. An extensive review of the predictive approaches is available in as a chapter reproduced here. The methodologies can be combined with complementary preventive and optimization approaches to develop safe and environment friendly packaging (see recent article). For compliance testing alone, the EU task-force TF-MathMod published a practical guide.
Please refer also to the following sections:
|Specialized lectures: section 3||Specialized lectures: section 4|
|REGULATORY CONTEXT EU AND MEMBER STATES - SESSION 3 PACKAGING AND FOOD PRESERVATION ( section 3.1)||PRINCIPLES OF MASS TRANSFER - MASS TRANSFER IN FOOD PACKAGING ( section 4.1 - part1,section 4.1 - part2)|
|GMP, SAFETY & QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, RESPONSIBILITIES AND - CERTIFICATION FOOD CONTACT MATERIALS (FCM’S) REGULATION ( section 3.2)||UNIT 4.2. MIGRATION MODELING IN/FROM MONOMATERIALS ( section 4.2)|
|UNIT 4.3. MIGRATION MODELING FOR MULTI-MATERIALS, MULTI-STEPS PROCESS, REUSABLE MATERIALS ( section 4.3)|
This case study includes data on the bottled milk manufacturing process as well as technical data on the packaging. Several questions are inserted into the case study in order to assess the migration risks of substances from the packaging, to check the compliance of the packaging and to calculate the transfer in the worst case.
This case study includes technical data on the packaging of a heatable cooked dish as well as conservation and usage data. Several questions are inserted into the case study in order to assess the migration risks of substances from the packaging to the food, to check the compliance of the packaging and to calculate the transfer in the worst case.