The full name of JFSL is Japan Food Sanitation Law 370, which is Japan Food Sanitation Law 370.
Food-grade testing in Japan is regulated by the Japanese Ministry of Health and Social Security (Ministry of Health and Welfare), and the relevant laws and regulations are Japan Food Sanitation Law 370 (Japan Food Sanitation Law 370).
Food-grade material products exported to Japan must comply with the relevant standards of JFSL 370.
Common materials for food contact materials in Japan are:
The control scope of LWA 370 on food-grade materials mainly includes rubber, metal, glass, ceramics, enamel enamel, plastic, paper, organic coating, and wood. Japan JFSL370 has different test items for different test materials.
Common products for food contact material testing are:
Tableware: bowls, cups, cutlery, spoons, pots, plates, plates, chopsticks, trays, napkins, straws, etc.;
Kitchen utensils: knives, pots, shovels, pots, peelers, grills/forks, etc.;
Kitchen appliances: juicer, soymilk maker, coffee machine, kettle, oven, microwave oven, rice cooker, disinfection cabinet, dishwasher, blender, toaster, range hood, gas stove, induction cooker, etc.;
Food packaging materials: fresh-keeping film, fresh-keeping bags, fresh-keeping boxes, storage jars, seasoning bottles, airtight jars, tablecloths, paper, etc.;
Children's products: feeding bottles, pacifiers, teeth grinders, thermos cups, milk warmers, complementary food cooking tools, etc.;
Other products that have direct contact with or may come into contact with food all involve the testing scope of Japan's JFSL370.