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Topcryo: a recognized legitimacy

Recognized by public and supervising authorities, Topcryo innovation is the answer to European regulations for hygienic packaging and guarantees the safety of your cold chain throughout the entire process.

Topcryo: a recognized legitimacy

Topcryo complies with regulation requirements.

E18-100 NF STANDARD

Time Temperature Integrators (TTI) have been recognized by the NF E18-100 (AFNOR) standard since 2013. This certification is the legal framework for TTI’s and proves their reliability.

Topcryo is the first TTI to be monitored according to the NF E18-100 standard. It is ranked class A.

EFSA APPROVED

Scientific studies carried out by EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) certified laboratories, validate and approve the use of CRYOLOG’s TTIs in all its applications, all the way to the consumer.

These studies certify that Topcryo labels are completely innocuous.

…as well as European regulations

Hygiene Packet n°2073/2005
Focuses on the benefits of TTI technology for food safety management. This regulation applies to microbiological criteria in regard to food products (establishing predictive mathematical models for specific food products).

Hygiene Packet n°852/2004
Focuses on the benefit of TTI technology for food safety management. This regulation applies to food product hygiene (requirements about temperature monitoring based on scientific risk assessment).

N°1935/2004, October 27th 2004
Defines specific requirements applicable to the commercialization of equipment or active and smart objects designed to be in contact with food. Abrogating directives 80/590/CEE and 89/109/CEE (see declaration of conformity).

N°450/2009, May 29th 2009
Sets specific requirements applicable to the commercialization of equipment or active and smart objects designed to be in contact with food.

Scientifically assessed technology:

PUBLIC STUDY CARRIED OUT BY ENVA

This public study was assessed by ENVA (National Veterinary School in Maison-Alfort France). It proves and scientifically establishes the relevance of microbiological  TTI  as a tool to manage food safety and spoilage.