Is the disposable food packaging sanitary when used directly
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For example, disposable lunch boxes, fresh-keeping bags, disposable paper cups, etc., we usually use them directly without washing, is this?
Raw materials for disposable tableware
PVC food cling film may cause cancer, which is just the tip of the iceberg of unsafe food packaging. According to the investigation, the unqualified disposable tableware that has long been included in the "blacklist" by the quality inspection department is still "popular" in the Beijing market... Is it the supervision department that has failed to check it, or the administrative department has not performed its responsibilities? As a victim of substandard disposable tableware, how did consumers react to it?
Poisonous tableware is flooding the market. Disposable tableware such as chopsticks and lunch boxes can be seen everywhere in our lives. Street snack bars, food stalls, fast-food restaurants and other places that are not very high-end dining places, most of the tableware used is disposable. And in the trash cans of various office buildings and most office places, a large amount of such rubbish is also "received" every day.
According to regulations, the main raw material for the production of lunch boxes is polypropylene, with a content of about 80%; as a filler, the content of industrial calcium carbonate cannot exceed 20%. Polypropylene has strong plasticity, and the produced lunch boxes have good use strength and are not easily deformed. However, industrial calcium carbonate is a kind of stone powder with poor plasticity. It is difficult for the powder to stick together when used in excess. Therefore, the produced lunch boxes are prone to softening, leakage and other quality problems.
It feels softer, tears lightly, and has a peculiar smell, which is the common feature of these unqualified disposable lunch boxes. The soft hand feel makes the lunch box very inconvenient to use, and may even cause food or soup to overflow when eating. The peculiar smell is an obvious sign that the materials used to make the lunch box contain toxic substances.