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Yes. POLYSORB® isosorbide is registered in global chemical inventories like Reach or ToSCA and the toxicological assessment has shown isosorbide was safe, without any classification.

It is free of bisphenols (like BPA, BPS or BPF), no endocrine disruptive effect has been shown and in-vitro testing on other isosorbide esters had no effect.

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Is PEIT (polyethylene-co-isosorbide terephthalate) a food contact polymer?

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