Nanomaterial Migration from Composites into Food Matrices

Victor Gomes Lauriano Souza, Regiane Ribeiro-Santos, Patricia Freitas Rodrigues, Caio Gomide Otoni, Maria Paula Duarte, Isabel M. Coelhoso, Ana Luisa Fernando

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Abstract

The development of packaging material added by nano-scaled structures is an area of application of nanotechnology in the food industry. Nanoparticles (NPs) have been widely demonstrated to improve technological properties of materi als by increasing their mechanical resistance and barrier capacity, to mention a few. However, being an innovative technology, there are still gaps in knowledge, especially those related with the toxicity driven by the NPs' migration to pack aged foodstuff. In this chapter, this issue is discussed focusing on three aspects: Characterization techniques of the migration of NPs into food matrices, toxicolog ical matters, and regulatory issues. Characterization techniques address the chal lenging characterization of NPs after their migration from food contact materials to food matrices. Toxicological aspects will cover the safety issues related with NPs diffused from packaging to food. Finally, current regulation on food contact materials and migration assays will be summarized to assist the readership in this matter.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationComposites Materials for Food Packaging
PublisherWiley/Blackwell
Pages401-436
Number of pages36
ISBN (Electronic)9781119160243
ISBN (Print)9781119160205
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2017

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Keywords

  • Food contact material
  • Food packaging
  • Migration assays
  • Nanoparticles
  • Nanotoxicology
  • Regulatory issues
  • Toxicology

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Souza, V. G. L., Ribeiro-Santos, R., Rodrigues, P. F., Otoni, C. G., Duarte, M. P., Coelhoso, I. M., & Fernando, A. L. (2017). Nanomaterial Migration from Composites into Food Matrices. In Composites Materials for Food Packaging (pp. 401-436). Wiley/Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119160243.ch13
Souza, Victor Gomes Lauriano ; Ribeiro-Santos, Regiane ; Rodrigues, Patricia Freitas ; Otoni, Caio Gomide ; Duarte, Maria Paula ; Coelhoso, Isabel M. ; Fernando, Ana Luisa. / Nanomaterial Migration from Composites into Food Matrices. Composites Materials for Food Packaging. Wiley/Blackwell, 2017. pp. 401-436
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