French food-grade safety regulations are referred to as DGCCRF in France. Such products sold to France must comply with the requirements of the European Union's EC 1935/2004 regulations and must also meet the local French regulatory requirements, including DGCCRF2004-64 and Décretno92-631. French regulations not only have special requirements for plastic and rubber products in contact with food, but also special classification and requirements for metal products.
Non-plated steel, rubber, aluminum and aluminum alloy, zinc, plastic, steel and stainless steel, ceramics, enamel, paper and cardboard, glass, ceramics and other colored glaze products, cast iron, etc.
Tableware: bowls, cups, cutlery, spoons, pots, plates, dishes, chopsticks, trays, napkins, straws, etc .;
Kitchenware: cutlery, pan, shovel, basin, peeler, barbecue grill / fork, etc .;
Kitchen appliances: juicer, soymilk maker, coffee maker, kettle, oven, microwave oven, rice cooker, sterilizer, dishwasher, blender, toaster, cooker hood, gas stove, induction cooker, etc .;
Food packaging materials: cling film, fresh-keeping bag, fresh-keeping box, storage tank, seasoning bottle, sealed can, tablecloth, paper, etc .;
Children's products: baby bottles, pacifiers, molars, thermos cups, milk heaters, complementary food cooking tools, etc .;
Other products that have direct or possible contact with food are covered by the DGCCRF test range.