There is a growing interest within brands and retailers to respond to questions relating to vegan products. Whilst it is easy to determine if the main materials used in a product are vegan (ie not of animal origin), it is difficult to be certain that the chemical formulations used in the manufacture of the products are not from an animal source.
Some raw materials used in manufacturing of certain classes of chemical formulations may contain raw materials of animal origin (adhesives and detergents) as examples.
Testing to provide certainty around the origin of chemical formulations is challenging as there are very few typical chemical markers for an animal-based product. DNA, for example will be present in plant and animal products (including human contamination from manufacturing processes)
Eurofins | BLC are able to support with a range of unique services to determine whether there is a risk of animal derived chemical formulations used in the manufacturing of vegan-based materials.
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This month, the Chem-MAP® team have produced their final article highlighting MRSL chemicals such as Short Chained Chlorinated Paraffins (SCCPs), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Halogenated Solvents, Chlorobenzenes and Chlorotoluenes. These MRSL chemicals can be found within the ZDHC MRSL CAS Chemicals list which the Chem-MAP® team can test to through...Published 28th May 2019 Read more