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Analysis according to the INCO regulation n°1169/2011 in laboratory
Your need: to perform an analysis of nanomaterials according to the INCO regulation n°1169/2011
The INCO regulation n°1169/2011 in a few words
First of all, the Regulation n°1169/2011 called INCO, published on November 22, 2011, concerns consumer information on foodstuffs. This must not mislead the consumer. Thus, the INCO Regulation updates, simplifies and clarifies the labeling of foodstuffs marketed in the European Union.
Therefore, the INCO Regulation n°1169/2011 stipulates that all ingredients that are in the form of manufactured nanomaterials must be clearly indicated in the list of ingredients, following the name of the ingredient by the term [nano].
Why perform an analysis of nanomaterials according to the INCO regulation n°1169/2011?
In order to comply with the INCO regulation n°1169/2011, food manufacturers must perform laboratory analysis of nanomaterials that may be present in the products concerned. Thus, their quantification, the determination of their nature and their origin are key steps in the process of compliance with the INCO Regulation No. 1169/2011.
FILAB supports you in the analysis of nanomaterials according to the INCO regulation n°1169/2011
Through our three levels of services: analysis, expertise and R&D support, FILAB assists companies from all sectors in the analysis of nanomaterials according to the INCO regulation n°1169/2011. FILAB provides its clients with the know-how and experience of its team, as well as a 2100m² analytical park equipped with state-of-the-art equipment for the analysis of nanomaterials and nanoparticles for food.
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