This document includes an introduction to Project Passport as well as:
The declaration of compliance form can also be downloaded by itself as a fillable document (Microsoft Word .doc file). The form is generic by design such that it can be adapted to different products in various jurisdictions.
In-depth supplemental guidance is now available on complex regulatory issues that pose special challenges for supply chain communication:
This guide identifies our recommendations regarding the disclosure to downstream customers of major food allergens and gluten that may be present in food contact articles.
Use this quick guide to follow a substance through the registration, evaluation, authorization, and restriction processes, with links to key locations on the ECHA website
Read the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) Guideline for the Plastics Food Packaging Supply Chain, which serves as a general reference tool for companies and facilities throughout the plastic packaging supply chain, from resin manufacturer through packaging converter. This document does not establish a GMP program that would be appropriate for any particular facility. Rather, this document serves as a guide for topics and areas that should be considered during development of a GMP program.
The Food Packaging Coalition unites trade associations and companies that represent the full supply chain for food packaging in the United States. The Coalition advocates for effective science-based policy that protects public health and the environment and promotes innovation of packaging…
The Plastics Industry Association (PLASTICS) Food, Drug and Cosmetic Packaging Materials Committee (FDCPMC) is a public policy committee made up of company representatives from all segments of the plastics industry, working to ensure plastic packaging protects both the product it contains and the…