So what is the safety of the plastic bottle water container we read? Is it true or a simple modern city myth?


Author: mgg-Plastic bottle manufacturer

"Many people don't realize that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will be strictly controlled by bottled water as packaging. FDA has strict quality standards and clear identity standards to protect consumers' bottled water. The FDA is also responsible for ensuring the safety of all foods (including bottled water).

 Joe Doss, President and CEO of International Bottled Water Association (IBWA), said all plastics (and other materials) intended to contact food or beverages are managed by FDA to ensure their safety. A large amount of bottled water is in a plastic container, including containers made of PET, polycarbonate, and high density polyethylene (HDPE). Although aluminum cans and glass containers are still popular, most single drinks (including bottled water) sold in the United States are all in 100% recyclable PET plastics.

 (Aluminum can is a leader in multi-function packaging.) Plastics is a common use of beverage containers because it is light, rugged and widespread; It has been more than 100 years, and thoroughly changed our lifestyle. The scientific test of all plastic containers is in two specific aspects: it is determined that the amount of metastasia between the plastic food packages and its contents is minimized, and it is determined that any substance that may be transferred from plastics to the food. The risk of human health.


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