FSAP is the Food Safety Alliance for Packaging, a technical committee of the Institute of Packaging Professionals.

FSAP is a group of individuals from food companies and the food packaging supply chain dedicated to raising food quality and safety awareness for the food packaging industry
• FSAP Guiding Principles (Draft) 
FSAP discusses food packaging topics during a bi-monthly call.  In addition, there is a yearly face-to-face meeting.

The FSAP food company working group has published a document of Food_Packaging_Product_Stewardship_Considerations. The working group aims to provide a list of product stewardship best practices in a publicly available document for all of the food packaging supply chain to access.  For this document, input was given by brand owners including Nestlé and Mars Wrigley Confectionery and packaging supply chain members including, Decernis, Siegwerk, American Packaging Corp., Henkel and Sun Chemical.

Food companies and members of the packaging supply chain are welcome to use all or parts of this non-binding document as a roadmap for product stewardship considerations.  

Link: Food Packaging Product Stewardship Considerations FSAP-IoPP v1.0

For questions, please contact Stephen Klump (stephen.klump@rd.nestle.com), the FSAP food company working group’s representative.

Presentations for the supply chain:

FSAP abides by the IoPP anti-trust requirements.

A technical committee of:

Off-flavor and off-odors are a huge concern to the consumer and Consumer Food Packaging Companies which packaging can effect. Be sure to understand the impact of your process and upstream inputs.

A major contributor of recalls is due to mixed copy and allergens in the marketplace

FSAP aims to help the Packaging Industry understand the chemical hazards that can occur in the food industry.