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GB 14930.1-2022
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
National Food Safety Standard - Detergent
ISSUED ON: JUNE 30, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: JUNE 30, 2023
Issued by: National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China;
State Administration for Market Regulation.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 4 
2 Product classification ... 4 
3 Basic requirements ... 4 
4 Technical requirements ... 4 
5 Others ... 6 
Appendix A Raw materials allowed for Class A products and requirements ... 7 
National Food Safety Standard - Detergent
1 Scope
This Standard applies to detergents for washing food, tableware, drinking utensils, and
tools, equipment or food packaging materials and containers that come into direct
contact with food.
2 Product classification
Products -- according to the different uses -- are divided into two classes:
-- Class A products, detergents directly used for cleaning food;
-- Class B products, detergents for cleaning tableware, drinking utensils, and tools,
equipment or food packaging materials and containers that come into direct
contact with food.
3 Basic requirements
3.1 Under the recommended conditions of use of detergents, the level of substances
remaining in or migrating into food shall not be harmful to human health.
3.2 Under the recommended conditions of use of detergents, the level of substances
remaining in or migrating into food shall not cause changes in the composition,
structure, color, aroma, and other properties of the food, and shall not produce technical
functions for the food.
3.3 The raw materials of detergents shall comply with relevant national standards and
regulations; the manufacturer shall control unintentional additives such as impurities,
decomposition products, and reaction products, so as to ensure that the products meet
the requirements of 3.1 and 3.2.
4 Technical requirements
4.1 Requirements for raw materials
4.1.1 Requirements for raw materials of Class A products
4.1.1.1 Raw materials used in Class A products shall comply with the provisions given
in Appendix A and relevant announcements.
Appendix A
Raw materials allowed for Class A products and requirements
A.1 The determination of the substances in Table A.1 shall be based on the Chinese
name and the CAS number as a reference.
A.2 In addition to the substances listed in this Appendix, substances that meet the
following requirements can also be used as raw materials for Class A products:
a) Substances consisting of a series of homologs in Table A.1, of which one homolog
or a combination of multiple homologs can also be used.
Example 1: Ethoxylated C12-14 alcohols, ethoxylated C12-16 alcohols -- as the
homologues contained in ethoxylated C12-18 alcohols -- can be used as raw
materials.
Example 2: Octyldimethylamine-N-oxide, Decyldimethylamine-N-oxide,
Dodecyldimethylamine-N-oxide, Myristyldimethylamine-N-oxide and
hexadecyldimethylamine-N-oxide -- as homologues contained in
cocoalkyldimethylamine-N-oxide -- can be used as raw materials.
Example 3: Ethoxylated propoxylated C6-12 alcohols and ethoxylated
propoxylated C12-18 alcohols are raw materials allowed to be used; ethoxylated
propoxylated C6-18 alcohols -- as the combination of the above two homologs --
can also be used.
b) Acids, alcohols or phenolic substances in Table A.1, their sodium salts, potassium
salts, calcium salts and ammonium salts (including acid salts and double salts)
can be used.
c) Acids corresponding to sodium, potassium, calcium and ammonium salts
(including acid salts and double salts) in Table A.1 can be used.
d) For the ammonium salt substances in Table A.1, the corresponding sodium salts,
potassium salts and calcium salts (including acid salts and double salts) can be
used, and vice versa.
e) Crystalline hydrates of the substances in Table A.1 may be used.
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