The basic Framework in the Mercosur countries closely resembles the Food Contact Material and Articles regulations to that of the European Union and to some measures of the US-FDA. MERCOSUR's executive body is the Common Market Group. It is composed of five titular members and five alternate members per country, who are selected by their respective governments and must include representatives from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Economy (or equivalent), and Central Banks.
Plastic Containers and equipments
Colourants & pigments
Glass & Ceramics
Wax & Paraffins
Resolution GMC 20/00 technical regulation on food contact paraffin waxes and applies to synthetic food contact paraffins, petroleum waxes, and polyethylene waxes, as well as products based on these substances, which are used in coatings for packages and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs.
Identification of compliance requirements under various guidelines including all data requirements.
Data gap analysis and pre-assessment support
Technical documentation support
Pre and post submission support and technical liaison with authorities.