Order On Materials And Articles Intended For Food Contact

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om materialer og genstande bestemt til kontakt med fødevarer

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 Area
Part 2 Definitions
Chapter 3 Marketing and withdrawal
Chapter 4 Special manufacturing and use conditions, etc. for certain materials and articles
Chapter 5 Penalty and commencement provisions
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
Appendix 8
Appendix 9
The full text
Order on materials and articles intended for contact with foodstuffs 1)
Pursuant to § 5, paragraph 1, § 25, § 25a, § 14, in. § 27, § 49 paragraph. 1 and § 60 paragraph. 3 of Law no. 526 of 24 June 2005 on foods, as amended by Act no. 1549 of 20 December 2006:
Chapter 1
area
§ 1. This Order shall apply to materials and articles intended for contact with food which are covered by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended for contact with food and repealing Directive 80/590 / EEC and 89/109 / EEC.
PCS. 2. The notice shall also apply to foods in processing and sales are or have been in contact with materials and articles.
Chapter 2
definitions
§ 2. In addition to the definitions in §§ 3-8, the definitions in the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended for contact with food and repealing Directive 80/590 / EEC and 89/109 / EEC apply.
§ 3. The regenerated cellulose film purposes of this Order a thin film made from refined cellulose non-recycled wood or cotton. For technical requirements, suitable substances may be added mass or surface. Regenerated cellulose film may be coated (coated) on one or both sides.
PCS. 2. Regenerated cellulose film referred to. Paragraphs. 1 includes:
1) uncoated regenerated cellulose film
2) coated regenerated cellulose film coated with coatings derived from cellulose, or
3) coated regenerated cellulose film where the coating consisting of plastics.
§ 4. The plastic purposes of this Order the organic macromolecular compounds obtained by polymerization, polycondensation, polyaddition or any other similar process from molecules with a lower molecular weight or by chemical alteration of natural macromolecules. In certain macromolecular compounds other substances or materials.
PCS. 2. The following shall not be regarded as plastics:
1) elastomers and natural and synthetic rubber,
2) paper and paperboard, whether modified by the addition of plastic
3) ion exchange resins (resins),
4) regenerated cellulose film finished also, see. § 3
5) silicones and
6) coatings that are obtained from:
a) paraffin wax, synthetic paraffin including,
b) microcrystalline wax,
c) mixtures of the points a and b above waxes, or
d) mixtures of the points a and b above with plastics.
§ 5. The multi-layer plastic materials and articles referred to in this publication the plastic material or article, consisting of two or more layers, each of which is composed exclusively of plastic, and which is connected by means of adhesives or by other means.
§ 6. For plastic functional barrier purposes of this Order a barrier consisting of one or more layers of plastics which ensures that the finished material or article complies with applicable law.
§ 7. For ceramic articles purposes of this Order articles manufactured from a mixture of inorganic materials with a generally high content of clay or siliceous minerals may be added small quantities of organic substances. These articles are first formed and the resulting shape is then permanently fixed by firing. They can be glazed, enamelled and / or decorated.
§ 8. For non-fat foods purposes of this Order food for which the Circular for control of materials and articles intended for contact with food provided other simulators for migration studies than simulant D
Chapter 3
Marketing and withdrawal

§ 9. The materials and articles intended to come into contact with food shall not be placed, where they constitute, or are liable to constitute a hazard to human health. In determining whether a material or object is harmful and dangerous, Article 14 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 on general principles and requirements of food law and establishing the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the procedures relating to food safety, apply.
§ 10. If a company director, producer or importer of materials and articles intended for contact with food operator considers or has reason to believe that materials and articles intended for contact with food, the company has produced, imported or distributed does not conform to food safety, and they are no longer controlled by the operator, manufacturer or importer must take measures to withdraw those materials and articles from the market.
PCS. 2. The operator, manufacturer or importer shall immediately inform the Food Agency in this respect.
PCS. 3. If materials and articles intended for food contact is reached consumers must operator, manufacturer or importer effectively and accurately inform them of the reason for its withdrawal, and if necessary, recall from consumers who are already in possession of it.
Chapter 4
Special manufacturing and use conditions, etc. for certain materials and articles
plastic
§ 11. The provisions of the following applies to materials and articles of plastics
1) consisting exclusively of plastics, or parts thereof, or
2) multilayer plastic materials and articles
3) plastic layers or plastic coatings, forming gaskets in lids that together are composed of two or more layers of different types of materials,
PCS. 2. Furthermore, the provisions relating to plastic also apply to materials and articles cellulose see. § 3, paragraph. 2, # 3.
PCS. 3. Subject to § 11 paragraph. 1, no. 3, the notice shall not apply to the materials and articles composed of two or more layers, of which at least one consists of other than plastic, even if the layer comes into contact with the food product consists of plastic.
§ 12. Materials and articles of plastics may be produced only from the monomers and other starting substances listed in Annex 2, Section A and exclusively mentioned therein restrictions and / or specifications. The monomers and other starting substances listed in Annex 2, Section B, could be used legally until 31 December 2004.
PCS. 2. Of the products produced by bacterial fermentation, only the substances listed in Annex 5 shall apply where the products are intended to come into contact with food.
PCS. 3. In Annex 6 sets out in Section A general specifications for plastic materials and articles. Specifications for certain individual substances in Annex 2 and Annex 4-5 down in Section B.
PCS. 4. Plastic Goods of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) may not contain more than 1 mg vinyl chloride monomer per. kg of plastic goods.
PCS. 5. Food may not be sold if they contain more than 0.01 mg vinyl chloride monomers per. kg food.
PCS. 6. It is forbidden to use the substance azodicarbonamide with reference number 36640 (CAS no. 000123-77-3) in the manufacture of materials and objects.
§ 13. Materials and articles of plastics must not transfer their constituents to food in quantities which in total exceed 10 mg / dm (total migration).
PCS. 2. The overall migration limit (total migration) set at 60 mg per day. kg of food (mg / kg), as regards:
1) items that are or are comparable to containers or which can be filled, with a capacity of not less than 500 ml and not more than 10 l
2) items that can be filled and for which it is impracticable to estimate the surface area in contact with the food, and
3) caps, gaskets, stoppers and similar sealing.
§ 14. The specific migration limits in Annex 2-4 are given in mg / kg. These limits are expressed in mg / dm, as regards:
1) items that are or are comparable to containers or which can be filled, with a capacity of less than 500 ml or more than 10 liters, and
2) film or other materials and items that can not be filled or for which it is impracticable to estimate the relationship between the material and the surface area and the quantity of food in contact therewith.

PCS. 2. To express thresholds in Annex 2-4 in mg / dm2 divided the limit expressed in mg / kg by the conventional conversion factor of 6
§ 15. For plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food, or already in contact with food for infants and young children, as defined in Commission Directive 91/321 / EEC and 96/5 / EC, the total migration level is always 60 mg / kg.
PCS. 2. For plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food, or already in contact with food for infants and young children as defined in paragraph. 1 expressed the specific migration limit shall always be applied as mg / kg.
§ 16. Plastic materials and articles shall not release primary aromatic amines in a detectable quantity (DL = 0.01 mg / kg of food or food simulant).
PCS. 2. The migration of the primary aromatic amines appearing in the lists in Annexes 2 and 4 are not subject to this restriction.
additives
§ 17. Appendix 4 contains a Community list of additives which may be used in the manufacture of plastic materials and articles with the restrictions and / or specifications.
PCS. 2. additives which are not included in the Community list of additives may until 31 December 2009 continue to be used in accordance with national legislation.
PCS. 3. From 1 January 2010, only additives included in the Community list of additives used in the manufacture of plastic materials and articles (positive list).
§ 18. Additives referred to in § 12, and approved as food additives by Council Directive 89/107 / EEC or flavorings by Council Directive 88/388 / EEC and smoke flavors of Regulation no. 2065/2003, the not migrate:
1) quantities having a technological function in the final food.
2) For foods in quantities exceeding the limits for food additives laid down in Directive 89/107 / EEC or for flavorings laid down in Directive 88/388 / EEC and Regulation 2065/2003 or in Annex 4 of this Order, whichever is lower limit applies.
3) For food, for which it is not permissible to use additives as food additives or flavorings, in quantities exceeding the limits set out in Annex 4 or § 13
PCS. 2. When the substances referred to in paragraph. 1 pt. 1 are used as active components of active materials and articles in contact with food, they may, notwithstanding paragraph. 1, be subject to national provisions pending the adoption of the Community.
§ 19. By the use of additives for the manufacture of plastic layers or plastic coatings in lids referred to. The definition in § 11 paragraph. 1, no. 3, applies in Annex 4 restrictions and / or specifications.
PCS. 2. additives which are not listed in Annex 4 may be used pending a re-assessment of the Authority, if national legislation.
§ 20. By the use of additives exclusively acting as polymerisation (hereinafter referred PPA) and are not intended to remain in the finished article, for the manufacture of plastmaterialer- and objects subject to the restrictions and / or specifications listed in Annex 4.
PCS. 2. PPAs not listed in Annex 4 can be used up, there is a renewed assessment of the Authority, if national legislation.
§ 21. By the use of additives exclusively acting as overfladebiocider, and intended to remain in the finished material or the finished article, the restrictions and / or specifications listed in Annex 3.
§ 22. A provisional list of additives that are under evaluation by the Authority, published by the Commission and kept updated.
PCS. Second Notwithstanding Article 4. 1, third paragraph of Commission Directive 2002/72 / EC, additives not included in the Community list referred to in Article 4 continue to be used in accordance with national law after 1 January 2010, so long as they are included in the provisional list.
§ 23. After 31 December 2006 Member States shall not authorize additives referred to in Annex 4, and which have never been assessed by the Scientific Committee on Food or the Authority.
Application for admission of new additives
§ 24. There may always be added to a new additive to the list of substances referred to in Annex 4 when EFSA has carried out a risk assessment of the substance.

§ 25. Companies wishing to have an additive, which is already marketed in one or more Member States listed in Annex 4 shall submit data for the EFSA to carry out a risk assessment of the additive later d. 31 December 2006 | || PCS. 2. For the submission of the required information, the applicant must apply the "Guidelines of the European Food Safety Authority for the presentation of an application for safety assesment of a substance two benyttes in food contact materials prior two its an authorization".
PCS. 3. Application procedures should be in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended for contact with food and repealing Directive 80/590 / EEC and 89/109 / EEC.
PCS. 4. If EFSA during the processing of the information referred to in paragraph. 2, requests additional information, the additive may continue to be used subject to national law until the Authority has issued an opinion, provided that the information is submitted within the time limit set out by EFSA.
PCS. 5. The Commission shall not later than 31 December 2007 the provisional list of additives which may continue to be used after d. 31 December 2007 subject to national law until the Authority has evaluated them.
PCS. 6. The inclusion of an additive in the provisional list is subject to the following conditions:
1) the additive must be permitted in one or more Member States per. 31 December 2006.
2) information about the additives must be submitted in accordance with the Authority requirements no later than d. 31 December 2006.
Multilayer Plastic materials and articles
§ 26. The multilayer plastic material or article, the individual plastic layers comply with this Order.
PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1, it is provided that the finished material or article complies with the specific and overall migration limits specified in this Order authorized a layer that is not in direct contact with food and is separated from the food by a functional barrier plastic
1) is not in accordance with the restrictions and specifications set out in the notice and / or
2) be manufactured with substances other than those listed in this notice. This does not apply to substances that are classified as substances
a) proven or suspected carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction in Annex 1 of Council Directive 67/548 / EEC, or
b) the self-responsibility criteria are classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic for reproduction under Annex 6 of Council Directive 67/548 / EEC.
PCS. 3. The migration of the substances referred to in paragraph. 2, no. 2 into food or simulant shall not exceed 0.01 mg / kg, measured with statistical certainty by using the method of analysis in accordance with Article 11 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004.
PCS. 4. This limit shall always be expressed as concentration in the food or the simulator. The limit applies to a group of compounds, if they are structurally and toxicologically related, in particular isomers or compounds with the same relevant functional group, and shall include possible contagion.
Deleting substances
§ 27. An additive shall be removed from the provisional list:
1) when it is included in the Community list of additives or
2) when the Commission decides not to include it in the Community list of additives or
3) if during the examination of the information requests additional information and the information is not submitted within the time specified by the Authority.
Regenerated cellulose film
§ 28. Regenerated cellulose film referred to in § 3, paragraph. 2, no. 1 and 2 may be produced only from the substances or groups of substances listed in Annex 1, and only under the conditions specified therein.
PCS. 2. The regenerated cellulose films referred to in § 3, paragraph. 2, no. 3, must, within surface produced exclusively of the substances or groups of substances listed in Annex 1, and only under the conditions specified therein. The coating of the in § 3, paragraph. 2, no. 3, the films must be produced only from the substances or groups of substances listed in Annex 2 and Annex 4-6 and only under the conditions specified therein.
PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 and 2, other substances or groups of substances used as colourants or adhesives, provided that these substances do not give contagion to food.

PCS. 4. The materials and articles made of regenerated cellulose film referred to in § 3, paragraph. 2, no. 3, shall be in accordance with § 11 paragraph. 2.
§ 29. The provisions of § 28 shall not apply to synthetic casings of regenerated cellulose.
§ 30. Printed surfaces of regenerated cellulose film must not come into contact with food.
Ceramic and enamelled objects and glassware
§ 31. Ceramic and enamel objects and glassware, must not emit more lead or cadmium than specified in Annex 7
PCS. 2. Gives ceramic or enameled objects or glassware lead or cadmium in amounts that exceed the limits set out in Annex 7, but not by more than 50 per cent., The party can legally be sold if analyzes of at least 3 other items of same shape and dimension and with the same decoration and glazes shows that the quantities of delivered lead or cadmium from these articles do not exceed the limits specified in Annex 7, and none of those articles exceeding those limits by more than 50 per cent.
Specific documentation and declaration requirements
§ 32. Materials and articles intended for contact with food must be accompanied by written declarations and documentation in accordance with the requirements set out in Annex 8
PCS. 2. In the case of plastic materials and articles provide the operator also request relevant evidence that the materials and articles and substances intended for the manufacturing of those materials and articles comply with the requirements of this Order, available to DVFA. This documentation shall contain the conditions and results of testing, calculations, other information and evidence on the safety or showing that the requirements are met.
PCS. 3. As far as manufacturers and importers of ceramic articles providing this also request relevant evidence that the ceramic articles comply with the migration limits for lead and cadmium, as set out in Annex 7 at the disposal of the DVFA. This documentation shall include the results of the analyzes conducted, test conditions and the name and address of the laboratory which carried out the test.
Chapter 5
Penalty and commencement provisions
§ 33. Unless a higher penalty is prescribed under other legislation, punishable by a fine on anyone who violates:
1) Article 3, Article 4. 1 and paragraph. 3-6, Article 11. 5, Article 15 and Article 17 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended for contact with food and repealing Directive 80/590 / EEC and 89/109 / EEC, or
2) Article 1 of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 372 of 2 April 2007 laying down temporary limits for plasticisers in gaskets in lids intended to come into contact with food as amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 597 of 24 June 2008 .
3) Article 4-7 of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 2023/2006 on good manufacturing practice for materials and articles intended for contact with food.
4) §§ 9 and 10, § 12, § 13, § 15, § 16, § 17, 18, § 19, § 20, § 21, § 26 paragraph. 1-3, § 28 and §§ 30-32 of this Order.
5) Article 2, Article 3, Article 4, Article 5 and Article 6. 4 of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1895 of 18 November 2005 on the restriction of use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles intended for contact with food.
6) Article 3, paragraph. 1, Article 7. 1 and 2 and Article 12 of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 282/2008 of 27 March 2008 on materials and articles made of recycled plastics intended for contact with foods and amending Regulation (EC) no. 2023/2006.
7) Article 4, Article 5, Article 7, Article 9, Article 10, Article 11, Article 12, Article 13 and Article 14. 5 of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 450/2009 of 29 May 2009 on active and intelligent materials and articles intended for contact with food.
8) Article 1 of Commission Regulation (EC) no. 975/2009 of 19 October 2009 amending Directive 2002/72 / EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs.
PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if, by the act or omission occurred offense is committed with intent or gross negligence and if the violation is:
1) caused damage to health or risk of such or
2) achieved or was intended to achieve financial gain for himself or others.
PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.

§ 34. This Order shall enter into force on 18 November 2009.
PCS. 2. From 7 March 2009 allowed trade in and use of plastic materials and articles intended for contact with food if they are in accordance with this notice rules on plastic.
PCS. 3. From 7 March 2010 prohibited the manufacture and import into the Community of plastic materials and articles intended for contact with food if they are not in accordance with this notice rules on plastic.
PCS. 4. From June 18, 2010 allowed trade in and use of biocides in materials and articles intended for contact with food if they are in accordance with this notice rules on biocides.
PCS. 5. At the same time, Executive Order no. 167 of 3 March 2009 on materials and articles intended for contact with food.
Food Administration, 13 November 2009
Esben Egede Rasmussen
/ Jan Thiele
Annex 1
List of substances that may be used in the manufacture of regenerated cellulose
Description of regenerated cellulose film
Regenerated cellulose film is a thin film made from refined cellulose non-recycled wood or cotton. To meet technical requirements, suitable substances may be added mass or surface. Regenerated cellulose film may be coated (coated) on one or both sides.
List of substances that may be used in the manufacture of regenerated cellulose


- The percentages in this Annex, first and second parts, are expressed in weight / weight (w / w) and are calculated in relation to the quantity of anhydrous uncoated regenerated cellulose film
- The usual technical denominations are given in square brackets
- The substances used shall be of good technical quality as regards the purity criteria

Section A
Uncoated regenerated cellulose







designation


Requirements



A.


Regenerated cellulose


More than or equal to 72% (w / w)



B.


Additives (Additives)






1.


softeners


Total amount of less than or equal to 27% (w / w)






-


Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether [= diethyleneglycol]


Only for films intended to be coated and then used for non-moist foods, ie which do not contain natural free water on the surface. The total amount of bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether and ethanediol present in foodstuffs that have been in contact with film of this type may not exceed 30 mg / kg of food.






-


Ethanediol [= MEG]







-


1,3 Butanediol







-


glycerol







-


1,2-propanediol [= 1.2 propylene glycol]







-



Polyethylene oxide [= polyethyleneglycol]


Average molecular weight between 250 and 1200.






-


1,2-polypropylene oxide [= 1.2 polypropylene glycol]


Average Molecular weight less than or equal to 400 and with a content of 1,3-propanediol is less than or equal to 1% (w / w).






-


sorbitol







-


tetraethyleneglycol







-


triethyleneglycol







-


Urea






2.


Other additives (supplements)


Total amount less than or equal to 1% (w / w).






1st Class


Quantity of the substance or group of substances in each indent may not exceed 2 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Acetic acid and ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts thereof







-


Ascorbic acid and ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts thereof







-


Benzoic acid and sodium benzoate







-


Formic acid and ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts thereof







-


Saturated or unsaturated linear fatty acids having an even number of carbon atoms (C8-C20), behenic and ricinoleic acids and the ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, aluminum and zinc salts of these acids







-


Citric acid, D- and L-lactic acid, maleic acid, L-tartaric acid and the sodium and potassium salts







-


Sorbic acid and ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts thereof







-



Amides of saturated or unsaturated linear fatty acids with an even number of carbon atoms (C 8 -C 20) and the ricinoleic acid and behenic acid







-


Natural edible starches and flours







-


Chemically modified edible starches and flours







-


amylose







-


The calcium and magnesium, calcium, and magnesium chloride







-


Glycerol esters of saturated or unsaturated linear fatty acids having an even number of carbon atoms (C 8 -C 20) and / or citric acid, adipic acid, 12-hydroxystearic acid (oxystearin), ricinoleic







-


Polyoxyethylene esters (with 8-14 oxyethylene groups) of saturated or unsaturated linear fatty acids having an even number of carbon atoms (C 8 -C 20)







-


Sorbitol esters of saturated or unsaturated linear fatty acids having an even number of carbon atoms (C 8 -C 20)







-


The mono- and / or di-esters of stearic acid with ethanediol and / or bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether and / or triethylene glycol







-


Oxides and hydroxides of aluminum, calcium, magnesium and silicon and silicates and hydrated silicates of aluminum, calcium, magnesium and potassium







-


Polyethylene oxide [= polyethyleneglycol]


Average molecular weight between 1200 and 4000.







sodium







2. Class


The total quantity of substances may not exceed 1 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film and the quantity of the substance or group of substances in each indent may not exceed 0.2 mg / dm2 (or a lower limit where one is specified) of the uncoated film.






-


Natriumalkyl benzenesulfonate (C 8 -C 18)







-


Sodium isopropylnaphthalensulfonat








-


Natriumalkyl sulfate (C8-C18)







-


Natriumalkyl sulfonate (C8-C18)







-


Sodium dioctylsulfosuccinate







-


Distearate of dihydroxyethyldi-ethylentriaminmonoacetat


Less than or equal to 0.05 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Ammonium, magnesium and kaliumlaurylsulfat







-


N, N'-distearoyldiaminoethan, N, N'-dipalmitoyldiaminoethan and N, N'-dioleyldiaminoethan







-


2-heptadecyl-4,4-bis (methylene-stearate) oxazoline







-


Polyethylenaminostearamid ethylsulphate


Less than or equal to 0.1 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






3rd grade - crosslinking Fabrics


The total quantity of substances (termohærdere) must not exceed 1 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Condensation product of melamine formaldehyde, either unmodified or modified by one or more of the following products: butanol, diethylentetramin, ethanol, triethylenetetramine, tetraethylenepentamine, tri- (2-hydroxyethyl) amine, 3,3'-diaminodipropylamin, 4,4'- diaminodibutylamine || |

Free formaldehyde content lower than or equal to 0.5 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film Free melamine content less than or equal to 0.3 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Condensation product of melamine-urea-formaldehyde modified with tris- (2-hydroxyethyl) amine


Free formaldehyde content lower than or equal to 0.5 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.








Free melamine content less than or equal to 0.3 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Polyalkyleneamines, cross-linked cationic
a) Polyamidepichlorhydrinharpiks from diaminopropylmethylamin and epichlorohydrin
b) Polyamidepichlorhydrinharpiks from epichlorohydrin, adipic acid, caprolactam, diethylenetriamine and / or ethylenediamine

c) Polyamidepichlorhydrinharpiks from adipic acid, diethylenetriamine and epichlorohydrin or a mixture of epichlorohydrin and ammonia
d) Polyamide-polyaminepi chlorhydrinharpiks based on epichlorohydrin, dimethyl and diethylene
e) The polyamide polyaminepichlorhydrinharpiks based on epichlorhydrin, adipamide and diaminopropyl- methylamine







-


Polyethyleneamines and polyethyleneimines


Less than or equal to 0.75 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Condensation product of urea, unmodified or may be modified with one or more of the following products:
aminomethylsulfonsyre, sulfanilic, butanol, diethylene triamine, diaminodiethylamin, methanol, triethylenetetramine, tetraethylenepentamine, guanidine, sodium sulfite, ethanol, 3,3'-diaminodipropylamin, diaminopropane, diaminobutane


Free formaldehyde content lower than or equal to 0.5 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






4. Class


The total quantity of substances may not exceed 0.01 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film.






-


Reaction products of the amines of edible oils with polyethylene oxide







-


Monoethanolaminlaurylsulfat







Section B
Coated regenerated cellulose







designation


Requirements



A.


cellulose


See Section A



B.


additives


See Section A



C.


Lak






1. Polymers


The total quantity of substances may not exceed 50 mg / dm2 of the coating on the side in contact with food.






-


Ethyl cellulose, hydroxyethyl cellulose, methyl cellulose and hydroxypropyl cellulose







-


Cellulose nitrate


Less than or equal to 20 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food; nitrogen content must be between 10.8% (w / w) and 12.2% (w / w) in cellulosenitraten.





2. Resins



The total quantity of substances may not exceed 12.5 mg / dm2 of the coating on the side in contact with foodstuffs and solely for the preparation of regenerated cellulose films coated with coatings based on cellulose nitrate.






-


casein







-


Rosin [pine resin], and / or polymerized and / or hydrogenated and / or disproportionation and their esters of ethanol, methanol and polyhydric alcohols (C2-C6), or mixtures of these alcohols







-


Rosin and / or its products of polymerization and / or hydrogenation and / or disproportionation condensed with acrylic acid, maleic acid, citric acid, fumaric acid and / or 2,2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propanformaldehyd and / or phthalic acid, or esterified with ethanol , methanol, or polyhydric alcohols (C2-C6), or mixtures of these alcohols







-


Esters of bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether with addition products of beta-pinene, and / or diterpene (DL-limonene) and maleic anhydride







-


Gelatin (food)







-


Castor oil and dehydrated or hydrogenated products thereof, as well as the condensation products of adipic acid, citric acid, phthalic acid, sebacic acid, maleic acid and polyglycerol







-


The rosin [Dammar]







-


Poly-ß-pinene [terpene resin]







-


Modified (see krydbindende substances)






3. Plasticizers


The total quantity of substances may not exceed 6 mg / dm2 of the coating on the side in contact with food.






-


acetyl







-


Acetyl-tri- (2-ethylhexyl) citrate







-


Di-isobutyladipat







-


Di-n-butyl adipate








-


Di-n-hexyl azelate







-


Dicylohexylphthalat


Less than or equal to 4.0 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.






-


2-ethylhexyl diphenyl phosphate


The amount of 2-ethylhexyl diphenyl phosphate shall not exceed: a) 2.4 mg / kg of the food, which is in contact with the film of this type, or b) 0.4 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side which is in contact with food.






-


Glycerol monoacetate [= monoacetin]







-


Glycerol diacetate [= diacetin]







-


Glyceroltricetat [= tracetin]







-


Di-butyl sebacate







-


Di-n-butyl tartrate







-


Di-isobutyl tartrate






4. Other additives


The total quantity of substances may not exceed 6 mg / dm2 of the uncoated film of cellulose nuisance rates, including the coating on the side in contact with food.





4.1. Additives listed in the first part


Same restrictions as in the first part (quantities in mg / dm2 concern, however, the side that is in contact with food





4.2. Specific overfladebehandlingsadditiver:
| ||
quantity of the substance or group of substances may not exceed 2 mg / dm2 (or a lower limit where one is specified) on the side in contact with food.

|| |



-


1-hexadecanol and 1-octadecanol [stearyl]




|| |

-


Esters of saturated or unsaturated linear fatty acids having an even number of carbon atoms from 8 to 20, and ricinoleic acid with ethanol, 1-butanol, 1-pentanol [amyl alcohol], and oleyl alcohol | ||






-


lignite, including purified montanic (C26-C32) and / or its esters with ethanediol and / or their calcium and potassium salts








-


carnauba wax







-


beeswax







-


Esparto







-


Candelilla wax







-


Dimethylpolysiloxane


Less than or equal to 1 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.






-


Epoxidized soybean oil (with an ethylene oxide content of 6-8%)







-


Purified paraffin and microcrystalline wax (waxes)







-


pentaerythritol tetrastearate







-


Mono- and bis (octadecyl-diethylene oxide) phosphate


Less than or equal to 0.2 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.






-


Esters of aliphatic acids (C8-C20) mono and / or bis (2-hydroxyethylamine), diethanolamine







-


2 and 3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole [= butyl hydroxy anisole (BHA)]


Less than or equal to 0.06 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.






-


2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenol [butyl hydroxy toluene (BHT)]


Less than or equal to 0.06 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.






-


Di-n-octyltin-bis (2-ethylhexyl maleate)


Less than or equal to 0.06 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.





5. Solvents


The total quantity of substances may not exceed 0,6 mg / dm2 of the coating on the side in contact with food.






-


Butyl acetate








-


Ethyl acetate







-


isobutyl







-


isopropyl







-


propyl







-


acetone







-


1-Butanol







-


ethanol







-


2-Butanol







-


2-Propanol







-


1-Propanol







-


cyclohexane







-


ethylene glycol







-


Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether acetate







-


Methyl ethyl ketone







-


Methyl isobutyl ketone







-


tetrahydrofuran







-


toluene


Less than or equal to 0.06 mg / dm 2 of the coating on the side that is in contact with the food.





Appendix 2
List of monomers and other starting substances which may be used in the manufacture of plastic materials and articles
The list is divided into sections A and B do not include monomers and other starting substances used only in the manufacture of:



A) surface coatings obtained from resinous and polymer in liquid, powder or base form, such as varnishes, lacquers, paints, etc.
b) epoxy resins
c) adhesives and adhesion promoters
d) ink

General introduction


1) This annex contains the list of authorized monomers and other starting substances. The list includes
a) substances of which by polymerisation, including polycondensation, polyaddition or any other similar process, to manufacture macromolecules.
b) natural or synthetic macromolecular substances used in the manufacture of modified macromolecules, if the monomers or other starting substances required to synthesise them are not included in the lists.
c) substances which are used to modify the existing natural or synthetic macromolecular substances.
2) The list does not include the following substances, even if they are intentionally used and are authorized:
a) aluminum, ammonium, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts (including double salts and acid salts) of the authorized acids, phenols and alcohols. The terms'. . . acid (s), salts' appear in the list if it (they) free acid (s) are not mentioned.
b) Zinc salts (including double salts and acid salts) of authorized acids, phenols and alcohols. For these salts a Group SML = 25 mg / kg (expressed as Zn). The same restriction for Zn applies to:
i) substances whose name contains ". . . acid (s), salts' appear in the list if it (they) free acid (s) not mentioned
ii) substances referred to in note 38 Annex 2 "

3)
The list also does not include the following substances although they may be present
a) substances which may be present in the finished product as waste impurities in the products of the reaction of these substances can of the used decomposition of these substances can
b) oligomers and natural or synthetic macromolecular substances and their mixtures, if the monomers or starting substances required to synthesise them are included in the list
c) mixtures of the authorized substances. Materials and articles containing the substances in point 3a, 3b and 3c, must meet the requirements of Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.
4) The substances used shall be of good technical quality.
5) The list contains the following information
(1) Column 1 (PM / REF no.): The EEC packaging material number
(2) Column 2 (CAS no.): The register number in the CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service)
(3) Column 3 (Name): the chemical name
(4) Column 4 (RESTRICTIONS AND / OR SPECIFICATIONS). It can be: a) the specific migration limit (SML), b) the maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material (QM) c) the maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material expressed as mg / 6 dm² of the surface in contact with food (= QMA) d) other specific restriktionere) all specifications related to the substance or polymer.
6) If a substance appearing on the list as an individual compound is also covered by a generic term, the restrictions listed for the individual compound.
7) If there is any inconsistency between the CAS number and the chemical name, the latter shall prevail. In the event of inconsistency between the CAS number reported in EINECS and the CAS registered the latter is applicable.
8) There is a table column 4 used a number of abbreviations and terms have the following meanings







DG =


analytical detection limit



FM =


finished material



NCO =


Isocyanate (functional group)



IP =


not påviselig.Ved 'not detectable' purposes of this Order that the substance can not be detected in an amount above the detection limit (DG) using a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the detection limit until the validated method has been developed.



QM =



maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material or article. The amount of the substance in the material or article is determined by a validated analytical method. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit until a validated method has been developed.



QM (T) =


maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material or article expressed as total of moiety or stof.Ved QM (T) purposes of this Order, the maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material or article should be determined by a validated method of analysis at the specified limit. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit until a validated method has been developed.



QMA =


the maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material and the object, expressed as mg / dm2 of the surface 6, which is in contact with the food. QM (A) For the purposes of this Order, the maximum permitted quantity of the substance on the surface of the material or article should be determined by a validated method of analysis at the specified limit. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit until a validated method has been developed.



QMA (T) =


The maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material or article expressed as mg of total of moiety or substance per. 6 dm2 of the surface which is in contact with the food. By QMA (T) purposes of this Order, the maximum permitted quantity of the substance on the surface of the material or article should be determined by a validated method of analysis at the specified limit. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit until a validated method has been developed.



SMG =


specific migration limit in food or simulant (food simulant), unless otherwise anført.Ved 'SML' means in this Order that the substance can be detected using a validated, appropriate method of analysis at the specified limit. If such a method does not exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the detection limit until the validated method has been developed.



SML (T) =


specific migration limit in food or simulant (food simulant) expressed as total of moiety or stof.Ved SML (T) defined in this Order that the specific migration of the substances should be determined by a validated method of analysis at the specified limit. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit until a validated method has been developed.








9) Notes relating to column 4 'restrictions and / or specifications' are the following:


(1) Warning: There is a risk that the SML could be exceeded in the simulator for fatty foods.



(2) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 10060 and 23920, shall not exceed the restriction.



(3) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 15760, 16990, 47680, 53650 and 89440, shall not exceed the restriction.



(4) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 19540 19960 and 64800 must not exceed the restriction.



(5) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 14200, 14230 and 41840, shall not exceed the restriction.




(6) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 66560 and 66580, shall not exceed the restriction.



(7) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 30080, 42320, 45195, 45200, 53610, 81760, 89200 and 92030, shall not exceed the restriction.


(8) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned in ref. no. 24886, 62020, 30607, 38000, 42400, 64320, 66350, 67896, 73040, 85760, 85840, 85920 and 95725, shall not exceed the restriction.


(9) Warning: There is a risk that the migration of the substance deteriorates the organoleptic characteristics, and therefore that the finished product does not comply with Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.


(10) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 30180, 40980, 63200, 65120, 65200, 65280, 65360, 65440 and 73120, shall not exceed the restriction.



(11) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 45200, 64320, 81680 and 86800, shall not exceed the restriction.



(12) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 36720, 36800, 36840, 36840 and 92000, shall not exceed the restriction.



(13) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 39090 and 39120, shall not exceed the restriction.



(14) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 44960, 68078, 69160, 82020 and 89170, shall not exceed the restriction.



(15) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 15970, 48640, 48720, 48880, 61280, 61360 and 61600, shall not exceed the restriction.



(16) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 49595, 49600, 67520, 76515 and 83599, shall not exceed the restriction.



(17) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 50160, 50240, 50320, 50360, 50400, 50480, 50560, 50640, 50720, 50800, 50880, 50960, 51040 51120, shall not exceed the restriction.



(18) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 67600, 67680 and 67760, shall not exceed the restriction.



(19) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 60400, 60480 and 61440, shall not exceed the restriction.



(20) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 66400 and 66480, shall not exceed the restriction.



(21) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 93120 and 93280, shall not exceed the restriction.



(22) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 17260, 18670, 54880 and 59280 must not exceed the restriction.



(23) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 13620, 36840, 40320 and 87040, shall not exceed the restriction.



(24) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 13720 and 40580, shall not exceed the restriction.



(25) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 16650 and 51570, shall not exceed the restriction.




(26) QM (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 14950, 15700, 16240, 16570, 16600, 16630, 18640, 19110, 22332, 22420, 22570, 25210, 25240 and 25270, shall not exceed the restriction.



(27) QMA (T) in this specific case, the sum of the residual quantities of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 10599 / 90A, 10599/91, 10599 / 92A and 10599/93 shall not exceed the restriction.



(28) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 13480 and 39680, shall not exceed the restriction.



(29) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 22775 and 69920, shall not exceed the restriction.



(30) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 86480, 86960 and 87120, shall not exceed the restriction



(31) When there is a fat contact should verification of compliance through the application of simulator in the form of saturated fatty food as simulant D.



(32) When there is a fat contact should verification of compliance through the application of isoctan as substitute of simulant D (unstable).



(33) QMA (T) in this specific case, the sum of the residual quantities of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 14800 and 45600, shall not exceed the restriction.



(34) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF nr.55200, 55280 and 55360, shall not exceed the restriction.



(35) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 25540 and 25550, shall not exceed the restriction.



(36) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 10690, 10750, 10780, 10810, 10840, 11470, 11590, 11680, 11710, 11830, 11890, 11980 and 31500 must not exceed the restriction.



(37) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 20020, 20080, 20110, 20140, 20170, 20890, 21010, 21100, 21130, 21190, 21280, 21340 and 21460 must not exceed the restriction.



(38) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 81515, 96190, 96240 and 96320, and zinc salts (including double salts and acid salts) of authorized acids, phenols and alcohols not exceed the restriction. The same restriction for Zn applies to substances whose name contains "... acid (s), salts" which appear in the list ,, if (they) free (s) is (are) not mentioned.



(39) Migration limit might be exceeded at very high temperatures.



(40) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 38940 and 40020, shall not exceed the restriction.



(41) SML (T) in this case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as Reference No. 47600, 67360, shall not exceed the restriction.



(42) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances listed under 75100 and 75105, shall not exceed the restriction.



(43) The SML could be exceeded from polyolefins.



(44) The SML could be exceeded from plastics containing more than 0.5% w / w of the substance.



(45) The SML could be exceeded in contact with foods with high alcoholic content.


(46) The SML could be exceeded from low-density polyethylene (LDPE) containing more than 0.3% w / w of the substance when in contact with fatty foods.


10) Warning: There is a risk that the migration of the substance deteriorates the organoleptic characteristics and, therefore, that the finished product is not in conformity with Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004 .

Section A
List of authorized monomers and other starting substances








PM / REF no.


CAS no.


Chemical name



Restriktionerog / or specifications




10030


000514-10-3


abietic




10060


000075-07-0


acetaldehyde


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (2)



10090


000064-19-7


acetic




10120


000108-05-4


vinyl acetate


SML = 12 mg / kg



10150


000108-24-7


Acetic anhydride




10210


000074-86-2


acetylene




10599 / 90A


061788-89-4


Dimers of unsaturated fatty acids (C18), distilled


QMA (T) = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 (27)



10599/91


061788-89-4


Dimers of unsaturated fatty acids (C 18), not distilled


QMA (T) = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 (27)



10599 / 92A


068783-41-5


Dimers, hydrogenated, of unsaturated fatty acids (C18), distilled


QMA (T) = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 (27)



10599/93


068783-41-5


Dimers, hydrogenated, of unsaturated fatty acids (C 18), not distilled


QMA (T) = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 (27)



10630


000079-06-1


acrylamide


SML = ND (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



10660


015214-89-8


2-acrylamido-2methylpropansulfonsyre


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



10690


000079-10-7


Acrylic acid


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)




10750


002495-35-4


benzylacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



10780


000141-32-2



Butylacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



10810


002998-08-5



Sec-Butyl acrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



10840


001663-39-4


Tert-Butyl acrylate



SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11005


012542-30-2


Dicyclopentenyla acrylate


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




11245


002156-97-0


dodecyl


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (1)



11470


000140-88-5


ethyl acrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11500


000103-11-7


2-ethylhexyl acrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



11510


000818-61-1


Hydroxyethylacetat


See Ethylenglycolmonoacrylat



11530


000999-61-1


2-hydroxypropyl acrylate


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 for the sum of 2-hydroxypropyl acrylate and 2-hydroxyisopropylacrylat and in accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



11590


00106-63-8


isobutyl


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11680


000689-12-3


isopropylacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11710


000096-33-3


methyl acrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11830



000818-61-1


Ethylenglycolmonoacrylat


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11890


002499-59-4



N-octyl acrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



11980


000925-60-0


propylacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36)



12100


000107-13-1


acrylonitrile


SMG = IP. (DL = 0.020 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



12130


000124-04-9


adipic acid




12265


004074-90-2


divinyl


QM = 5 mg / kg in FM or for use as co-monomer



12280


002035-75-8


adipic




12310



albumin




12340



Albumin, coagulated with formaldehyde




12375



Alcohols aliphatic, monovalent, saturated, linear, primary (C4-C22)




12670


002855-13-2


1-Amino-3-aminomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexane


SML = 6 mg / kg



12761


000693-57-2


12-aminododecanoic acid


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



12763


000141-43-5


2-Aminoethanol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Not for use in polymers intended to come into contact with foods for which simulant D is laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles, and for indirect food contact behind a layer PET



12765


084434-12-08


Sodium N- (2-aminoethyl) -beta-alaninate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



12786


000919-30-2



3-aminopropyltriet-hoxysilan


Residual extractable content of 3-aminopropyltriet-hoxysilan to be less than 3 mg / kg filler when used for the reactive surface treatment of inorganic fillers and SML = 0,05 mg / kg when used for the surface treatment of materials and articles.



12788


002432-99-7


11-aminoundecanoic acid


SML = 5 mg / kg



12789


007664-41-7


ammonia




12820


000123-99-9


azelaic




12970


004196-95-6


Azelainsyreanhydrid




13000


001477-55-0


1,3-benzenedimethanamine


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



13060


004422-95-1


1,3,5-Benzentricarboxylsyretrichlorid


QMA = 0.05 mg / dm² 6 (measured as 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylic acid)



13075


00091-76-9


benzoguanamine


See 2,4-Diamino-6-phenyl-1,3,5-triazine



13090


000065-85-0


benzoic




13150


000100-51-6


benzyl alcohol




13180


000498-66-8


Bicyclo [2.2.1] hept-2-ene (= norbornene)


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



13210


001761-71-3


Bis (4-aminocyclohexyl) methane


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



13317


132459-54-2


N, N'-bis [4- (ethoxy-carbonyl) phenyl] -1,4,5,8-naphthalente-tracarboxydiazen


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Purity> 98.1% (w / w). For use as a co-monomer (max. 4%) for polyesters (PET, PBT)



13323


000102-40-9


1,3-bis (2 hydroxyethoxy) benzene



SML 0.05 mg / kg



13326


000111-46-6


Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether


See "Diethylene glycol"



13380


000077-99-6


2,2-Bis (hydroxymethyl) -1-butanol


See '1,1,1-Trimet- hylolpropan'



13390


000105-08-8


1,4-Bis (hydroxymethyl) cyclohexane




13395


004767-03-7


2,2-Bis (hydroxymethyl) propionic acid


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




13480


000080-05-7


2,2-Bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane


SML = 0.6 mg / kg (28)



13530


038103-06-9


2,2-Bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane-bis (phthalic anhydride)


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



13510


001675-54-3


2,2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl)
propanol-bis (2,3-epoxy propyl)
ether) (= BADGE


According to Commission Directive
2002/16 / EC of 20 February 2002
on the use of certain epoxy derivatives
in materials and articles intended
to come into contact
with food (OJ L 51
22.2.2002, p. 27)



13550


000110- 98-5


Bis (hydroxypropyl) ether


See "Dipropylene glycol '



13560

| || 005124-30-1


Bis (4-isocyanatocyclohexyl) methane


See 'dicyclohexylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate "

| 13600 ||






047465-97-4 3,3-Bis (3-methyl-4-hydroxy-phenyl-2-indolinone || |

SMG = 1.8 mg / kg



13607


000080-05-7

|| | Bisphenol A


See "2,2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane"



13610


001675-54-3


Bisphenol A-bis (2,3-epoxypropyl) ether



See "2,2-Bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane-bis (2,3-epoxypropyl) ether"



13614


038103-06-9


Bisphenol A bis (phthalic anhydride)


See 13530



13617


000080-09-1


Bisphenol S


See "4,4'-Dihydroxy diphenyl sulfone"



13620


10043-35-3


boric acid


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) referred to. However, the Danish regulations for drinking water



13630


000106-99-0


But adien


QM = 1 mg / kg in FM or SML = not detectable (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



13690


000107-88-0


1,3-Butanediol




13720


00110-63-4


1,4-Butanediol


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (24)



13780


002425-79-8


1,4-Butanediol-bis (2,3-epoxypropyl) ether


QM = 1 mg / kg in the FM (expressed as epoxy groups, molecular weight = 43)



13810


000505-65-7


1,4-Butandiolformal


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




13840


000071-36-3


1-Butanol




13870


000106-98-9


1-Butene




13900


000107-01-7


2-Butene




13932


000598-32-3


3-Buten-2-ol


QMA = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / 6 dm2). For use as a co-monomer in the preparation of polymeric additives



14020


000098-54-4


4-tert-Butylphenol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



14110


000123-72-8



butyraldehyde




14140


000107-92-6


Butyric acid




14170


000106-31-0


butyric anhydride




14200


000105-60-2


caprolactam


SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (5)



14230


002123-24-2


Caprolactam, the sodium salt


SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (5) (expressed as caprolactam)



14260


000502-44-3


caprolactone


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (expressed as the sum of t and caprolac-6-hydroxyhe-xansyre)



14320


000124-07-2


caprylic




14350


000630-08-0


Carbon monoxide




14380


000075-44-5


carbonyl


QM = 1 mg / kg in the FM



14411


008001-79-4


castor oil




14500


009004-34-6


cellulose




14530


007782-50-5


chlorine




14570


000106-89-8


1-Chloro-2,3-epoxypropane


See "Epichlorhydrin '



14627


0000117-21-5


3-chlorophthalic anhydride


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (expressed as 3-chlorophthalic acid)



14628


0000118-45-6


4-chlorophthalic anhydride


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (expressed as a 4-chlorophthalic acid)



14650


000079-38-9



chlorotrifluoroethylene


QMA = 0.5 mg / dm² 6



14680


000077-92-9


Citric acid




14710


000108-39-4



M-Cresol




14740


000095-48-7



O-Cresol




14770


000106-44-5



P-Cresol




14800


003724-65-0


crotonic


QMA (T) = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 (33)



14841


000599-64-4


4-Cumylphenol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



14876


0001076-97-7


Cyclohexane-1,4-dicarboxylic acid


SML = 5 mg / kg for manufacture of polyesters



14880


000105-08-8


1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol


See "1,4-Bis (hydroxyme-thyl) cyclohexane"



14950


003173-53-3


cyclohexyl


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg in the FM (expressed as NCO) (26)



15030


000931-88-4


cyclooctene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. For use only in polymers contacting foods for which simulant A is prescribed in the circular on the control of materials and articles



15070


001647-16-1


1,9-decadiene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



15095


000334-48-5


Decanoic acid




15100


000112-30-1


1-Decanol




15130


000872-05-9


1-Decen



SML = 0.05 mg / kg



15250


000110-60-1


1,4-diaminobutane




15267


000080-80-0


4,4`-diaminodiphenylsulphone


SML = 5 mg / kg



15272


000107-15-3


1,2-diaminoethane


See "Ethylenediamine"



15274


000124-09-4


1,6-diaminohexane


See "Hexamethylenediamine '



15310


00091-76-9


2,4-Diamino-6-phenyl-1,3,5-triazine


QMA = 5 mg / dm2 6




15404


000652-67-5


1,4: 3,6-dianhydrosorbitol


SML = 5 mg / kg. Only for use as
monomer in poly (ethylene coisosorbidterephthalat)



15565


000106-46-7


1,4-Dichlorobenzene


SML = 12 mg / kg



15610


000080-07-9


4,4'Dichlordiphenylsulfon


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



15700


005124-30-1


Dicyclohexylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



15760


000111-46-6


diethylene glycol


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (3)



15790


000111-40-6


diethylenetriamine


SML = 5 mg / kg



15820


000345-92-6


4,4'-difluorobenzophenone


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



15880


000120-80-9


1,2-Dihydroxybenzene


SML = 6 mg / kg



15910



000108-46-3


1,3-Dihydroxybenzene


SML = 2.4 mg / kg



15940


000123-31-9


1,4-Dihydroxybenzene


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



15970


000611-99-4


4,4'-dihydroxy-benzophenone


SML = 6 mg / kg (15)



16000


000092-88-6


4,4'-dihydroxybiphenyl


SML = 6 mg / kg



16090


000080-09-1


4,4'Dihydroxydiphenylsulfon


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



16150


000108-01-0


dimethylaminoethanol


SML = 18 mg / kg



16210


006864-37-5


3,3'-dimethyl-4,4'-diaminodicyclohexylmethane


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (32). Only for use in polyamides



16240


000091-97-4


3,3'-Dimethyl-4,4'-diisocyanatobiphenyl


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



16360


000576-26-1


2,6-Dimethylphenol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



16390


000126-30-7


2,2'-Dimethyl-1,3-propanediol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



16450


000646-06-0


1,3-dioxolane


SML = 5 mg / kg



16480


000126-58-9


dipentaerythritol




16540


000102-09-0


diphenyl


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



16570


004128-73-8


Diphenylether-4,4'-diisocyanate



QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



16600


005873-54-1


Diphenylmethane-2,4'-diisocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



16630


000101-68-8


Diphenylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



16650


00127-63-9


diphenylsulphone


SML (T) = 3 mg / kg (25)



16660


000110-98-5


dipropylene




16690


01321-74-0


Divenylbenzen


QMA = 0.01 mg / 6 dm2 or SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included) for the sum of divinylbenzene and ethylvinylbenzene and in compliance with the specifications of Annex 6



16694


013811-50-2


N, N'-divinyl-2-imidazolidinone


QM = 5 mg / kg in the FM



16697


00693-23-2



N-Dodecanedioic acid




16704


000112-41-4


1-dodecene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



16750


000106-89-8


epichlorohydrin


QM = 1 mg / kg in the FM



16780


000064-17-5


ethanol




16950


000074-85-1


ethylene




16955


000096-49-1


ethylcarbonate


Residual content = 5 mg / kg hydrogel at a maximum ratio of 10 grams of hydrogel. kg food. The hydrolyzate is incorp-ethylene glycol having an SML = 30 mg / kg



16960


000107-15-3


ethylenediamine


SML = 12 mg / kg



16990



000107-21-1


ethylene glycol


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (3)



17005


000151-56-4


ethylenimine


SML = ND (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



17020


000075-21-8


ethylene oxide


QM = 1 mg / kg in the FM



17050


000104-76-7


2-Ethyl-1-hexanol


SML = 30 mg / kg



17110


016219-75-3


5-Ethylidenbicyclo [2.2.1] hept-2-ene


QMA = 0.05 mg / dm2 6. The ratio surface to quantity of food shall be lower than 2 dm2 / kg



17160


000097-53-0


eugenol


SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



17170


061788-47-4


Coconut Fatty acids




17200


068308-53-2


Soybean Fatty acids




17230


061790-12-3


Tall oil fatty acids




17260


000050-00-0


formaldehyde


SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (22)



17290


000110-17-8


fumaric




17530


000050-99-7


glucose




18010


000110-94-1


glutaric




18070


000108-55-4


anhydride




18100


000056-81-5


glycerol




18117


0000079-14-1



glycolic


For indirect food contact behind a layer of polyethylene terephthalate (PET)



18220


068564-88-5


N-Heptylaminoundecansyre


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (1)



18250


000115-28-6


Hexachlorendomethylentetrahydrophthalsyre


SML = ND (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



18280


000115-27-5


Hexachlorendomethylentetrahydrophthalsyreanhydrid


SML = ND (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



18310


036653-82-4


1-hexadecanol




18430


000116-15-4


hexafluoropropylene


SMG = IP. (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



18460


000124-09-4


hexamethylene


SML = 2.4 mg / kg



18640


000822-06-0


hexamethylene


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



18670


000100-97-0


Hexamethylene


SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (22) (expressed as formaldehyde)



18700


000629-11-8


1,6-hexanediol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



18820


000592-41-6


1-Hexene


SML = 3 mg / kg



18,867


000123-31-9


hydroquinone


See '1.4-Dihydroxybenzene'



18880


000099-96-7



P-hydroxybenzoic




18896


001679-51-2


4- (hydroxymethyl) -1-cyclohexene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg




18,897


16712-64-4


6-Hydroxy-2-naphthoic acid


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



18898


000103-90-2


N- (4-hydroxyphenyl) acetamide


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



19000


000115-11-7


isobutene




19060


000109-53-5


isobutyl


QM = 5 mg / kg in the FM



19110


004098-71-9


1-isocyanato-3-isocyanatomethyl-3,5,5-trimethylcyclohexane


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



19150


000121-91-5


isophthalic


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (43)



19180


000099-63-8


Isophtalsyredichlorid


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (43) (expressed as isophthalic acid
)



19210


001459-93-4


dimethyl isophthalate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



19243


000078-79-5


isoprene


See '2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene "



19270


000097-65-4


itaconic




19460


000050-21-5


lactic




19,470


000143-07-7


Lauric acid




19480


002146-71-6


laurate




19490


000947-04-6


laurolactam


SML = 5 mg / kg



19510


011132-73-3



lignocellulose




19540


000110-16-7


maleic acid


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (4)



19960


000108-31-6


maleic anhydride


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (4) (expressed as maleic acid)



19965


0006915-15-7


Malic acid


Only for use as a co-monomer in aliphatic polyesters up to maximum level of 1% (on a molar basis)



19975


000108-78-1


melamine


See "2,4,6-triamino-1,3,5-triazine"



19990


000079-39-0


methacrylamide


SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



20020


000079-41-4


methacrylic acid


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



20050


000096-05-9


allyl methacrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



20080


002495-37-6


benzyl


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



20110


000097-88-1


methacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



20140


002998-18-7



Sec-butyl methacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



20170


000585-07-9



Tert-butyl methacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



20260


000101-43-9


cyclohexyl


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



20410


02082-81-7


Tetramethylendimethacrylat


SML = 0.05 mg / kg




20440


000097-90-5


ethyleneglycoldimethacrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



20530


002867-47-2


2- (Dimethylamino) ethyl methacrylate


SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



20590


000106-91-2


2,3-Epoxypropylacrylat


QMA = 0.02 mg / 6 dm2




20890


000097-63-2


ethyl methacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21010


000097-86-9


isobutyl


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21100


004655-34-9


isopropyl


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21130


000080-62-6


methyl methacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21190


000868-77-9


Ethylenglycolmonomethacrylat


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21280


002177-70-0


phenyl methacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21340


002210-28-8


propylmethacrylate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21370


010595-80-9


2-sulfoethylmetha acrylate


QMA = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / 6 dm2




21400


054276-35-6

| || sulfopropyl methacrylate


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




21460


000760-93- 0


methacrylic


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37)



21490
|| |
000126-98-7



methacrylonitrile


SML = ND (DL = 0.020 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



21498


0002530-85-0


[3 (Methacryloloxy) propyl] trimethoxysilane


SML = 0,05 mg / kg Only for use as a surface treatment agent of inorganic fillers



21520


001561-92-8


Sodium 2-methyl-prop-2-en-1-suphonat


SML = 5 mg / kg



21550


000067-56-1


methanol




21640


000078-79-5


2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene


QM = 1 mg / kg in FM or SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



21730


000563-45-1


3-Methyl-1-butene


QMA = 0,006 mg / dm (only for use in polypropylene)



21765


106246-33-7


4,4'-Methylene-bis (3-chloro-2,6-diethyleanilin) ​​


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




21821


000505-65-7


1,4- (methylenedioxy) butane


See '1.4-Butandiolformal'



21940


000924-42-5


N-methylol acrylamide


SML = ND (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



21970


000923-02-4


N-Methylolmeth- acrylamide


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



22150


000691-37-2


4-Methyl-1-pentene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



22210


000098-83-9


Alpha-methyl styrene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



22331


025513-64-8


Mixture of (35-45% w / w) 1,6-diamino-2,2,4-trimethylhexane and (55-65% w / w) 1,6-diamino-2,4,4-trimethylhexane


QMA = 5 mg / dm² 6



22332


-



Mixture of (40% w / w) 2,2,4-trimethylhexane-1,6-diisocyanate and (60% w / w) 2,4,4-trimethylhexane-1,6-diisocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



22350


000544-63-8


myristic




22360


001141-38-4


2,6-naphthalenedicarboxylic acid


SML = 5 mg / kg



22390


000840-65-3


Dimethylnaphthalene-2,6-dicarboxylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



22420


003173-72-6


1,5-Naphtalendiisocyanat


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



22,437


000126-30-7


neopentylglycol


See "2,2-Dimethyl-1,3-propanediol"



22450


009004-70-0


The nitrocellulose




22480


000143-08-8


1-nonanol




22550


000498-66-8


norbornene


See "Bicyclo [2.2.1] hept-2-ene"



22570


000112-96-9


octadecyl isocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



22600


000111-87-5


1-Octanol




22660


000111-66-0


1-Octene


SML = 15 mg / kg



22763


000112-80-1


Oleic acid




22,775


000144-62-7


oxalic acid


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (29)



22,778


007456-68-0


4,4'-oxybis (benzensulfonylsyre)



QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




22780


000057-10-3


palmitic




22840


000115-77-5


pentaerythritol




22870


000071-41-0


1-Pentanol




22900


000109-67-1


1-Pentene


SML = 5 mg / kg



22932


001187-93-5


Perfluormethyl- perfluorvinylether


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Only for use in anti-adhesive coatings



22937


001623-05-8


Perfluorvinyl-perfluoropropyl ether


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



22960


000108-95-2


phenol




23050


000108-45-2


1,3-Phenylenediamine


SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



23070


000102-39-6


(1,3phenylendioxy) di-acetic


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




23155


000075-44-5


phosgene


See "Carbonyl"



23170


007664-38-2


phosphoric




23175


000122-52-1


triethylphosphite


QM = ND (DL = 1 mg / kg in FM)



23187



phthalic


See "Terephthalic"



23200


000088-99-3



O-Phthalic acid




23230


000131-17-9



diallylphthalate


SML = ND (DL = 0.01 mg / kg)



23380


000085-44-9


phthalic anhydride




23470


000080-56-8


alpha-pinene




23500


000127-91-3


beta-Pinene




23,547


009016-00-6
063148-62-9


Polydimethylsiloxane (MW greater than 6800)


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



23590


025322-68-3


Polyethylene glycol




23651


025322-69-4


polypropylene glycol




23740


000057-55-6


1,2-propanediol




23770


000504-63-2


1,3-propanediol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



23800


000071-23-8


1-Propanol




23,830


000067-63-0


2-Propanol




23860


000123-38-6


propionaldehyde




23890


000079-09-4


propionic




23920


000105-38-4


vinylpropionate


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (2) (expressed as acetaldehyde)



23950


000123-62-6


propionic




23980


000115-07-1


propylene




24010



000075-56-9


propylene oxide


QM = 1 mg / kg in the FM



24051


000120-80-9


pyrocatechol


See "1,2-Dihydroxy-benzene '



24057


000089-32-7


Pyromellitanhydrid


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (expressed as pyromellitic acid)



24070


073138-82-6


Resin acids




24072


000108-46-3


resorcinol


See '1.3-Dihydroxybenzene'



24073


000101-90-6


resorcinol


QMA = 0005 mg / 6 dm2. Not for use in polymers intended for contact with foods for which simulant D is laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles, and for indirect food contact behind a layer PET



24100


008050-09-7


resin




24130


008050-09-7


The resin Rubber


See "Resin"



24160


008052-10-6


Harpikstallolie




24190


065997-05-9


Harpikstræ


See "Resin" (Ref 24100) "



24250


009006-04-6


Natural rubber




24270


000069-72-7


salicylic acid




24280


000111-20-6


sebacic




24430


002561-88-8


sebacic anhydride




24475


001313-82-2


sodium sulfide





24490


000050-70-4


sorbitol




24520


008001-22-7


Soybean oil




24540


009005-25-8


Starch, food




24550


000057-11-4


Stearic acid




24610


000100-42-5


styrene




24,760


026914-43-2


styrenesulphonic


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



24820


00110-15-6


succinic acid




24850


000108-30-5


succinic




24880


00057-50-1


sucrose




24,886


046728-75-0


Lithiumdihydrogen-5-sulfonatoisoph-terephthalate


SML = 5 mg / kg and for lithium
SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



24887


006362-79-4


5-sulfoisophthalic acid monosodium salt


SML = 5 mg / kg



24888


003965-55-7


Dimethyl-5-sulfoisophthalate, monosodium salt


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



24903


068425-17-2


Syrups, hydrolyzed starch-hydrogenated


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



24910


000100-21-0


terephthalic acid


SML = 7.5 mg / kg



24,940


000100-20-9


terephthalic dichloride



SML (T) = 7.5 mg / kg (expressed as terephthalic acid)



24970


000120-61-6


dimethyl




25080


001120-36-1


1-tetradecene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



25,090


000112-60-7


tetraethyleneglycol




25120


000116-14-3


Tetrafluoroethylene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



25150


000109-99-9


tetrahydrofuran


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



25180


000102-60-3


N, N, N ', N'-Tetrakis (2-hydroxypropyl) ethylenediamine




25210


000584-84-9


2,4-Toluene diisocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



25240


000091-08-7


2,6-Toluene diisocyanate


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



25270


026747-90-0


2,4-toluene diisocyanate, dimer


QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26)



25360



2,3-Epoxypropyltrialkyl (C5-C15) acetate


QM = 1 mg / kg in the FM (expressed as epoxy groups, molecular weight = 43)



25380



Vinyl-trialkyl C7-C17) acetate (= vinyl versatate)


QMA = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2




25385


000102-70-5


triallylamine


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



25420


000108-78-1


2,4,6-triamino-1,3,5-triazine


SML = 30 mg / kg



25450


026896-48-0


Tricyclodecanedimethanol



SML = 0.05 mg / kg



25510


000112-27-6


triethyleneglycol




25540


000528-44-9


trimellitic


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (35)



25550


000552-30-7


trimellitic


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (35) (expressed as trimellitic acid) '



25600


000077-99-6


1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane


SML = 6 mg / kg



25840


03290-92-4


1,1,1-trimethylolpropane tri-methacrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



25900


000110-88-3


trioxane


SML = 5 mg / kg



25910


024800-44-0


tripropyleneglycol




25927


027955-94-8


1,1,1-Tris (4-hydroxyphenyl) ethane


QM = 0.5 mg / kg in FM. For use in polycarbonates



25960


000057-13-6


Urea




26050


000075-01-4


vinyl chloride


SML (T) = 0.01 mg / kg food (expressed as vinyl chloride)



26110


000075-35-4


vinylidene


QM = 5 mg / kg in FM or SML = ND (DL = 0.05 mg / kg)



26140


000075-38-7


vinylidene


SML = 5 mg / kg



26155


001072-63-5


1-vinylimidazole


QM = 5 mg / kg in the FM



26170


003195-78-6



N-vinyl-N-methylacetamide


QM = 2 mg / kg in the FM



26305


000078-08-0


vinyltriethoxy


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Only to be used as surface treatment agent



26,320


002768-02-7


vinyltrimethoxy


QM = 5 mg / kg in the FM



26360


007732-18-5


water


In accordance with the Danish rules for drinking










Section B



List of monomers and other starting substances which could be used until 31 December 2004 pursuant to. § 12 paragraph. 1, 2nd sentence.



PM / REF no.


CAS no.


Chemical name



Restriktionerog / or specifications




13050


000528-44-9


1,2,4-benzenetricarboxylic


See "Trimellitic acid"



15730


000077-73-6


dicyclopentadiene




18370


000592-45-0


1,4-hexadiene




26230


000088-12-0


vinylpyrrolidone






Appendix 3







List of additives which act solely as overfladebiocider and intended to remain in the finished article, see. § 21



PM / REF no.


CAS no.


Chemical name



Restriktionerog / or specifications




86432/40


-


Silver containing glass (silver-magnesium-aluminum-sodium-phosphate-borate-silicate), silver content less than 0.5%


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86432/60


-


Silver containing glass (silver-magnesium-sodium phosphate), silver content less than 3%


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86434



-


Silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86,437


-


Silver Zeolite A (Silver zinc sodium ammonium aluminum silicate), silver content 2-5%


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86437/50


-


Silver-zinc-aluminum-boron-phosphate glass mixed with 5-20% barium sulphate, silver content of 0.35 to 0.6%


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86438


-


Silver zinc zeolite A (Silver zinc sodium aluminum silicate calcium meta phosphate, silver content from 1 to 1.6%


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86438/50


-


silver zinc zeolite A (silver-zinc sodium magnesium aluminum silicate calcium phosphate), silver content of 0.34 to 0.54
| ||
SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86,430


-


20% (w / w) silver chloride, layered on 80% (w / w) of titanium oxide


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg



86,432
| ||
-


containing silver glass (silver-magnesium-calcium-phosphate-borate)


SML = 0.05 mg Ag / kg
| ||




Annex 4 List of additives within the restrictions may be used in the manufacture of plastic materials and articles
General introduction

|| | 1) This annex contains an incomplete list of additives which may be used in the manufacture of plastic materials within these restrictions. Section A is an incomplete list of additives fully harmonized at Community level. The specific migration limits specified in Section B applies only from 1 May 2008; this only when the control is carried out in simulant D (olive oil) or in test media of substitute tests as laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles. The Annex contains the list of:
a) substances added to plastics to achieve a technical effect in the finished product, including polymeric additives. They are intended to be present in the finished products
b) substances used to achieve the desired polymerization.
c) substances which directly influence the formation of polymers.
2) In this Annex, "additives" the substances referred to in subparagraph a) and b).
3) In this Annex, "Polymeric additives" polymers and / or prepolymers and / or oligomers that can be added to plastics to achieve a technical effect but which can not be used unless other polymers together constitute the main structural component of finished materials and objects. This also includes substances that may be added to the medium in which polymerization takes place.
4) the list in Annex 4 Section A and B do not include the following additives:
a) additives used only in the manufacture of: - surface coatings obtained from resinous or polymerised products in liquid, powder or dispersion form, such as varnishes, lacquers, paints, etc.- epoxyharpikser- adhesives and printing ink klæbeaktivatorer- substances which directly influence the formation polymers
b) dyes
c) solvents

5) The list also does not include the following substances, even if they are intentionally used and are authorized:
a) aluminum, ammonium, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium salts (including double salts and acid salts) of authorized acids, phenols and alcohols. The terms'. . . acid (s), salts' (appear in the list if it (they) free acid (s) are not mentioned.
b) zinc salts (including double salts and acid salts) of the authorized acids, phenols and alcohols. For these salts a Group SML = 25 mg / kg (expressed as Zn). The restriction applies to also fori) substances whose name contains "... acid (s), salts" which appear in the list if it (they) free (e) acid (s) ii) substances on trade in note 38 of Annex 2
c) materials and articles containing the substances in section 5a or 5b must meet the requirements of Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004

6) The list does not include the following substances although they may be present:
a) substances which may be present in the final product in the form of
- Impurities in the substances used
- Reaction intermediates
- Breakdown
b) mixtures of the authorized substances.
7) The substances used shall be of good technical quality as regards the purity criteria.
8) The list contains the following information:
1) Column 1 (PM / REF. No): the EEC packaging material number on the list
2) Column 2 (CAS no.): The register number in the CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service)
3) Column 3 (Name): the chemical name
4) Column 4 (Restrictions and / or specifications). These may include:
a) the specific migration limit (SML)
b) the maximum permitted quantity of the substance in the material or article (QM)
c) the maximum permitted quantity of the substance in mg / 6 dm² of the surface in contact with food (= QMA)
d) other specific restrictions
e) any specification related to the substance or polymer.
9) If a substance appearing on the list as an individual compound is also covered by a generic term, the restrictions listed for the individual compound.
10) If there is any inconsistency between the CAS number and the chemical name, the latter shall prevail. In the event of inconsistency between the CAS number reported in EINECS and the CAS Registry, the latter shall prevail.
11) Notes concerning column 4 'restrictions and / or specifications':
(1) Warning: There is a risk that the SML could be exceeded in the simulator for fatty foods.
(2) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 10060 and 23920, shall not exceed the restriction.
(3) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 15760, 16990, 47680, 53650 and 89440, shall not exceed the restriction.
(4) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 19540.19960 and 64800 must not exceed the restriction.
(5) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 14200, 14230 and 41840, shall not exceed the restriction.
(6) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 66560 and 66580, shall not exceed the restriction.
(7) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 30080, 42320, 45195, 45200, 53610, 81760, 89200 and 92030, shall not exceed the restriction.
(8) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 38000, 42400, 64320, 67896, 73040, 85760, 85840, 85920 and 95725, shall not exceed the restriction.
(9) Warning: There is a risk that the migration of the substance deteriorates the organoleptic characteristics, and therefore that the finished product does not comply with Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.
(10) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 30180, 40980, 63200, 65120, 65200, 65280, 65360, 65440 and 73120, shall not exceed the restriction.
(11) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 45200, 64320, 81680 and 86800, shall not exceed the restriction.

(12) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 36720, 36800, 36840 and 92000, shall not exceed the restriction.
(13) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 39090 and 39120, shall not exceed the restriction.
(14) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 44960, 68078, 82020 and 89170, shall not exceed the restriction.
(15) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 15970, 48640, 48720, 48880, 61280, 61360 and 61600, shall not exceed the restriction.
(16) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 49600, 67520 and 83599, shall not exceed the restriction.
(17) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 50160, 50240, 50320, 50360, 50400, 50480, 50560, 50640, 50720, 50800, 50880, 50960, 51040 51120, shall not exceed the restriction.
(18) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 67600, 67680 and 67760, shall not exceed the restriction.
(19) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 60400, 60480 and 61440, shall not exceed the restriction.
(20) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 66400 and 66480, shall not exceed the restriction.
(21) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 93120 and 93280, shall not exceed the restriction.
(22) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 17260 and 18670, 54880 and 59280 must not exceed the restriction.
(23) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 13620, 36840, 40320 and 87040, shall not exceed the restriction.
(24) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 13720 and 40580, shall not exceed the restriction.
(25) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 16650 and 51570, shall not exceed the restriction.
(26) QM (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 14950, 15700, 16240, 16570, 16600, 16630, 18640, 19110, 22332, 22420, 22570, 25210, 25240 and 25270, shall not exceed the restriction.
(27) QMA (T) in this specific case, the sum of the residual quantities of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 10599 / 90A, 10599/91, 10599 / 92A and 10599/93 shall not exceed the restriction.
(28) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 13480 and 39680, shall not exceed the restriction.
(29) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 22775 and 69920, shall not exceed the restriction.
(30) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 86480, 86960 and 87120, shall not exceed the restriction
(31) When there is a fat contact should verification of compliance through the application of simulator in the form of saturated fatty food as simulant D.
(32) When there is a fat contact should verification of compliance through the application of isoctan as substitute of simulant D (unstable).
(33) QMA (T) in this specific case, the sum of the residual quantities of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 14800 and 45600, shall not exceed the restriction.
(34) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the substances mentioned as PM / REF. 55200, 55280 and 55360, shall not exceed the restriction.
(35) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 25540 and 25550, shall not exceed
restriction.
(36) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 10690, 10750, 10780, 10810, 10840,
11470, 11590, 11680, 11710, 11830, 11890, 11980, 31500 and 76463, not
exceed the restriction.

(37) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 20020, 20080, 20110, 20140, 20170,
20890, 21010, 21100, 21130, 21190, 21280, 21340 and 21460 may not be
exceed the restriction.
(38) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 81515, 96190, 96240 and 96320, and the
zinc salts (including double salts and acid salts) of authorized acids, phenols and
alcohols not exceed the restriction. The same restriction for Zn applies
for substances whose name contains "... acid (s), salts' which
appears in the list if it (they) free (s) is (are) not mentioned.
(39) Migration limit might be exceeded at very high temperatures.
(40) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 38940 and 40020, shall not exceed
restriction.
(41) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned in ref. no. 47600 and 67360, shall not exceed
restriction.
(42) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 75100 and 75105, shall not exceed
restriction.
(43) SML (T) in this specific case, the sum of the migration of the
substances mentioned as Ref 19150 and 19180, shall not exceed
restriction.
12) Warning: There is a risk that the migration of the substance deteriorates the organoleptic characteristics and, therefore, that the finished product is not in conformity with Article 3 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.
13) The list in Annex 4 of additives considered to be an incomplete list until the Commission decides that it shall become a positive Community list of authorized additives - exclusion of all others. Within d. 31 December 2007 the Commission shall, when that list shall become a positive.
Section A
List of additives fully harmonized at Community level







PM / REF.


CAS no.


Chemical name



Restrictions and / or specifications




30000


000064-19-7


acetic




30045


000123-86-4


Butyl acetate




30080


004180-12-5


copper


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper)



30140


000141-78-6


Ethyl acetate




30,280


000108-24-7


Acetic anhydride




30295


000067-64-1


acetone




30370


-


Acetylacetic acid, salts




30401




Acetylated mono- and di-glycerides of fatty acids




30607


-


Monocarboxylic acids, C 2 -C 24 aliphatic, unbranched, from natural oils and fats, lithium salt


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (expressed as lithium) (8)



30610


-


Monocarboxylic acids, C 2 -C 24 aliphatic, unbranched, from natural oils and fats, and their mono-, di- and triglycerol esters (multi-chain fatty acids from all sources, including natural occurrence)




30612


-


Monocarboxylic acids, C 2 -C 24 aliphatic, linear, synthetic, and their mono-, di- and triglycerol esters




30960


-


Esters of aliphatic monocarboxysyrer (C6-C32) with polyglycerol




31,328


-


Fatty acids from animal or vegetable fats and oils, which are considered food




31530


123968-25-2


2,4-Di-tert-penthyl-6- [1- (3,5-di-tert-penthyl-2-hydroxyphenyl) ethyl] -phenylacrylat


SML = 5 mg / kg



31542


174254-23-0


Methyl acrylate, telomer with 1-dodecanethiol, C 16 -C 18 alkyl esters


QM = 0.5% (w / w) in FM



31730


000124-04-9


adipic acid




33105


0146340-15-0


Alcohols, C 12 -C 14 secondary, β- (2-hydroxyethoxy), ethoxylated


SML = 5 mg / kg (44)



33120


-


Alcohols aliphatic, monovalent, saturated, linear, primary (C4-C12)




33350


009005-32-7


alginic acid




33535


0152261-33-1


α-Olefin (C20-C24) copolymer with maleic anhydride, reaction product with 4-amino-2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine


Not to be used for articles in contact with fatty foods for which simulant D is laid down
Not to be used in contact with alcoholic foods




33801


-


n-Alkyl (C10-C13) benzene sulfonic acid


SML = 30 mg / kg



34240



Afalkyl esters (C10-C20) with phenols sulfunsyre


SML = 6 mg / kg. Authorised until 1 January 2002



34,281


-


Alkyl (C8-C22) sulfuric acids, linear, primary with an even number of carbon atoms




34475


-


Aluminum calcium hydroxyphosphit, hydrate




34480


-


Aluminium fibers, chips and powder




34560


021645-51-2


Aluminium




34690


011097-59-9


Aluminiummagnesiumhydroxycarbonat




34720


001344-28-1


alumina




34850


143925-92-2


Amines, bis (hydrogenated tallow alkyl) oxidized


QM = only for the use ia) polyolefins with 0.1% (w / w) but not in LDPE when it is in contact with foods for which the circular on the control of materials and articles provided for a reduction factor less than 3 b) PET with 0.25% (w / w) in contact with foods other than those for which simulant D is laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles



34895


000088-68-6


2-aminobenzamide


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Only for use in PET for water and beverages



35120


013560-49-1


Diester of 3-aminocrotonsyre with thiobis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether




35160


006642-31-5


6-amino-1,3-dimethyluracil


SML = 5 mg / kg



35170


000141-43-5


2-Aminoethanol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Not for use in polymers intended to come into contact with foods for which simulant D is laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles, and for indirect food contact behind a layer of PET




35,284


000111-41-1


N- (2-aminoethyl) ethanolamine


See '2-Amino Ethanol'



35320


007664-41-7


ammonia




35440


012124-97-9


ammonium




35600


001336-21-6


ammonium




35,840


000506-30-9


Arachidic




35,845


007771-44-0


arachidonic




36000


000050-81-7


ascorbic acid




36,080


000137-66-6


ascorbyl




36160


010605-09-1


ascorbyl




36,640


000123-77-3


azodicarbonamide


Only for use as a blowing agent. Use is prohibited from 2 August 2005.



36840


12007-55-5


Bariumtetraborat


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (12) (expressed as barium) and SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) see. Danish regulations for drinking water.



36,880


008012-89-3


beeswax




36960


003061-75-4


behenamide




37040


000112-85-6


behenic




37280


001302-78-9


bentonite




37360


000100-52-7


benzaldehyde



(9)



37600


000065-85-0


benzoic acid




37680


000136-60-7


butylbenzoate




37840


000093-89-0


ethylbenzoate




38080


000093-58-3


Methyl benzoate




38160


002315-68-6


propylbenzoate




38,510


136504-96-6


1,2-Bis (3-aminopropyl) ethylene diamine, polymer with N-butyl-2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinamine and 2,4,6-tri-chloro-1,3,5- triazine


SML = 5 mg / kg



38515


001533-45-5


4,4'Bis (2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (1)



38550


0882073-43-0


Bis (4-propylbenzyliden) propylsorbitol


SML = 5 mg / kg (including the sum of its hydrolysis products)



38810


080693-00-1


Bis (2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenyl) pentaerythritol diphosphite


SML = 5 mg / kg (sum of phosphite and phosphate)



38840


154862-43-8


Bis (2,4-dicumylphenyl) pentaerythritol diphosphite


SML = 5 mg / kg (as the sum of the drug itself, its oxidised form bis (2,4-dicumylphenyl) pentaerythritolphosphat and its hydrolysis product (2,4-dicumylphenol)



38875 || |

002162-74-5


Bis (2,6-diisopropylphenyl) carbodiimide



SML = 0.05 mg / kg .For use
behind a PET layer



38879


135861-56-2


Bis (3 4-dimetylbenzyliden) sorbitol




38885


002725-22-6


2,4-Bis (2,4dimethylphenyl) -6- (2-hydroxy-4-n-octyloxyphenyl) -1,3,5-triazine


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. for aqueous food.




38950


079072-96-1


Bis (4-ethylbenzylidene) sorbitol




39200


006200-40-4


Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) -2-hydroxypropyl-3- (dodecyloxy) methylammonium chloride)


SML = 1.8 mg / kg



39680


000080-05-7


2,2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (28)



39,815


182121-12-6


9,9-bis (methoxymethyl) fluorene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



39890


087826-41-3069158-41-4054686-97-4081541-12-0


Bis (methylbenzylidene) sorbitol




39925


129228-21-3


3,3-Bis (methoxymethyl) -2,5-dimethylhexane


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



40120


68951-50-8


Bis (polyethylene glycol) hydroxymethylphosphonat


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



40155


0124172-53-8


N, N'-Bis (2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-piperidin-4-yl) -N, N'-diformylhexamethylendiamin


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (1) (44)



40320


10043-35-3


boric acid


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) see. The Danish rules on drinking



40400


010043-11-5


Boron nitride




40,570


000106-97-8


butane




40,580


00110-63-4


1,4 Butanediol


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (24)



41040


005743-36-2


Calciumbutyrat




41120


010043-52-4


calcium





41280


001305-62-0


calcium




41520


001305-78-8


calcium oxide




41600


012004-14-7037293-22-4


calcium sulfoaluminate




41680


000076-22-2


camphor


(9)



41760


008004-44-8


Candelilla wax




41840


00105-60-2


caprolactam


SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (5)



41960


000124-07-2


caprylic




42080


001333-86-4


Vegetable carbon


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



42160


000124-38-9


Carbon




42320


007492-68-4


copper


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper)



42500


-


Carbonic acid, salts




42640


009000-11-7


carboxymethyl cellulose




42720


008015-86-9


carnauba wax




42800


009000-71-9


casein




42880


008001-79-4


castor oil




42,960


064147-40-6


Castor oil, dehydrated




43200



-


Castor oil, mono- and diglycerides




43280


009004-34-6


cellulose




43300


009004-36-8


Cellulose-acetoburyrat




43360


068442-85-3


cellulose




43440


008001-75-0


Ceresin




43480


064365-11-3


Charcoal, activated


In accordance with specifications-ne in Annex 6



43,515


-


Chlorides of choline esters of coconut oil


QMA = 0,9 mg / 6 dm²



44160


000077-92-9


Citric acid




44640


000077-93-0


triethylcitrate




45195


007787-70-4


copper bromide


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper)



45200


001335-23-5


copper


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper) and SML = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine).



45280


-


Cotton fibers




45450


068610-51-5



P-cresol-dicyclopentadiene-isobutylene copolymer


SML = 5 mg / kg



45560


014464-46-1


cristobalite




45600


003724-65-0


crotonic


QMA (T) = 0.05 mg / 6 dm2 (33)



45640



005232-99-5


Ethyl 2-cyano-3,3-diphenylacrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



45,703


491589-22-1


Calcium-cis-1,2-cyclohexanedicarboxylate


SML = 5 mg / kg



45,705


166412-78-8


1,2-cyclohexandicarbo-boxylic acid, diisononylester




45760


000108-91-8


cyclohexylamine




45920


009000-16-2


dammar




45940


000334-48-5


n-Decanoic acid




46070


010016-20-3


alpha Dextrins




46080


007585-39-9


beta-Dextrins




46375


061790-53-2


Diatomaceous earth




46380


068855-54-9


Diatomaceous earth calcined with a melt of soda ash




46,480


032647-67-9


dibenzylidene sorbitol




46700


-


5,7-di-tert-butyl-3- (3,4- and 2,3-dimethylphenyl) -3H-benzofuran-2-one comprising: a) 5,7-di-tert-butyl-3- (3 , 4-dimethylphenyl) -3H-benzofuran-2-one (80 to 100% w / w) and b) 5,7-di-tert-butyl-3 (2,3-dimethylphenyl) -3H-benzofuran-2- one (0 to 20% w / w)


SML = 5 mg / kg



46720


004130-42-1


2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-ethylphenol


QMA = 4,8 mg / 6 dm2




46,790


004221-80-1


2,4-Di-tert-butylphenyl-3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzoate




46800


067845-93-6


Hexadecyl-3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzoate




46870



003135-18-0


Dioctadecyl-3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-benzylphosphonate




46880


065140-91-2


Monoethyl 3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-benzylphosphonate, calcium salt


SML = 6 mg / kg



47210


026427-07-6


Dibutylthiostannonsyre, polymer [= thiobis (butyltinsulfid) polymer]


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



47440


000461-58-5


dicyandiamide




47540


027458-90-8


Di-tert-dodecyldisulfid


SML 0.05 mg / kg



47680


000111-46-6


diethylene glycol


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (3)



48460


000075-37-6


1,1-difluoroethane




48620


000123-31-9


1,4-Dihydroxybenzene


SML 0.6 mg / kg



48720


000611-99-4


4,4'-dihydroxybenzophenone


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15)



48960


-


9,10-Dihydroxy-stearic acid and its oligomers


SML = 5 mg / kg



49080


0852282-89-4


N-(2,6-Diisopropylphenyl)-6-[4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenoxy]-1H-benzo[de]isoquinolin-1,3(2H)-dion


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (39) (45) (46) Only for use in polyethylene terephthalate (PET)



49,485


134701-20-5


2,4-Dimethyl-6- (1-methylpentadecyl) - phenol


SML = 1 mg / kg



49540


000067-68-5


Dimethyl sulfoxide




51200


000126-58-9


dipentaerythritol





51700


147315-50-2


2- (4,6-Diphenyl-1,3,5-triazin-2-yl) -5- (hexyloxy) phenol


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



51,760


025265-71-8000110-98-5


dipropylene




52640


016389-88-1


dolomite




52645


010436-08-5


Cis-11-icosenamid




52720


000112-84-5


erucamide




52730


000112-86-7


erucic




52800


000064-17-5


ethanol




53270


037205-99-5


Ethylcarboxymethylcellulose




53280


009004-57-3


Ethyl Cellulose




53,360


000110-31-6


N, N'-ethylene-bis-oleamide




53440


005518-18-3


N, N'-ethylene bis-palmitamide




53520


000110-30-5


N, N'-ethylene-bis-stearamide




53600


000060-00-4


N, N'-Ethylenediaminetetraacetic




53,610


054453-03-1


Kobberethylendiamintetraacetat


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper)



53650


000107-21-1


ethylene glycol


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (3)



54005


005136-44-7


Ethylene-N-N'-palmitamide-stearamide





54260


009004-58-4


ethylhydroxyethylcellulose




54270


-


Ethylhydroxymethylcellulose




54,280


-


Ethylhydroxypropylcellulose




54300


118337-09-0


2,2'Ethylidenbis (4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) fluorphosphonit


SML = 6 mg / kg



54450


-


Fats and oils, from animal or vegetable food sources




54,480


-


Fats and oils, hydrogenated, from animal or vegetable food sources




54,930


025359-91-5


Formaldehyde-1-naphthol, copolymer [= Poly (1-methane-hydroxynaphthyl)]


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



55040


000064-18-6


Formic acid




55120


000110-17-8


fumaric




55190


029204-02-2


gadoleic




55,440


009000-70-8


gelatin




55,520


-


Glass fibers




55600


-


Glass microspheres




55,680


000110-94-1


glutaric




55,910


736150-63-3


Glycerides, castor-oil mono-, hydrogenated, acetates




55920


000056-81-5



glycerol




56020


099880-64-5


Glycerol dibehenat




56360


-


Esters with acetic acid




56,486


-


Glycetol esters with aliphatic saturated straight chain acids with an even number of carbon atoms (C14-C18) and unsaturated aliphatic acids with an unbranched even number of carbon atoms (C 16 -C 18)




56,487


-


Esters of glycerol with acid




56,490


-


Esters with erucic




56,495


-


Esters of glycerol with 12-hydroxy stearic acid




56500


-


Esters with lauric acid




56510


-


Esters with linoleic




56520


-


Esters with myristic




56535


-


Esters with nonanoic




56540


-


Esters with oleic acid




56550


-


Esters with palmitic




56570


-


Esters with propionic




56580


-


Esters with ricinoleic




56585


-


Esters of glycerol with stearic acid




56610


030233-64-8


glycerol monobehenate





56,720


026402-23-3


Glycerolmonohexanoat




56800


030899-62-8


Glycerolmonolauratdiacetat




56,880


026402-26-6


Glycerolmonooctanoat




57,040


-


Glycerol mono-oleate, ester of ascorbic acid




57,120


-


Glycerol mono-oleate, ester of citric acid




57200


-


Glycerol monopalmitate, ester of ascorbic acid




57280


-


Glycerol monopalmitate, ester with citric acid




57600


-


Glycerol monostearate, ester of ascorbic acid




57680


-


Glycerol monostearate, the ester of citric acid




57800


018641-57-1


Glyceroltribehenat




57920


000620-67-7


glyceroltriheptanoate




58300


-


Glycine, salts




58320


007782-42-5


graphite




58400


009000-30-0


guar gum




58,480


009000-01-5


Gum arabic




58,720


000111-14-8


heptanoic




59280


000100-97-0



Hexamethylene


SML = 15 mg / kg (22) (expressed as formaldehyde)



59360


000142-62-1


-hexanoic




59760


019569-21-2


Huntit




59,990


007647-01-0


chlorosulfuric acid




60025


-


Hydrogenated homopolymers and / or copolymers made of 1-decene and / or 1
dodecene and / or 1-octene


In accordance with the specifications
in Annex 6. Do not
used for articles in contact
with fatty foods



60027


-


Hydrogenated homopolymers and / or copolymers prepared from 1-hexene and / or 1-octene and / or 1-decene and / or 1-dodecene and / or 1-tetradecene (Mw: 440-12000)


Not to be used for articles in contact with fatty foods for which simulant D is laid down in accordance with the specifications of Annex V



60030


012072-90-1


hydromagnesite




60080


012304-65-3


hydrotalcite




60,160


000120-47-8


Ethyl 4-hydroxybenzoate




60180


004191-73-5


Isopropyl 4-hydroxybenzoate




60200


000099-76-3


Methyl 4-hydroxybenzoate




60240


000094-13-3


Propyl 4-hydroxybenzoate




60480


003864-99-1


2- (2-Hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butylphenyl) -5-chlorobenzotriazole


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (19)



60,560


009004-62-0


hydroxyethyl cellulose




60880


009032-42-2



hydroxyethylmethylcellulose




61120


009005-27-0


hydroxyethylstarch




61,390


037353-59-6


hydroxymethyl




61680


009004-64-2


hydroxypropylcellulose




61800


009049-76-7


hydroxypropyl




61840


000106-14-9


12-hydroxystearic acid




62020


007620-77-1


Lithium-12 hydroxysterat


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



62140


006303-21-5


Hypophosphorigesyre




62215


0007439-89-6


Iron


SML = 48 mg / kg



62240


001332-37-2


Iron oxide




62245


012751-22-3


iron phosphide


Only for use in PET polymers and copolymers



62280


009044-17-1


Isobutylene-butene copolymer




62450


000078-78-4


isopentane




62,640


008001-39-6


Japan Wax




62720


001332-58-7


kaolin




62800


-


Kaolin, annealed




62960


000050-21-5



lactic




63040


000138-22-7


butyl




63,280


000143-07-7


Lauric acid




63,760


008002-43-5


lecithin




63840


000123-76-2


levulinic acid




63920


000557-59-5


lignoceric




64015


000060-33-3


linoleic acid




64150


028290-79-1


linolenic acid




64500


-


Lysine, salts




64640


001309-42-8


magnesium




64720


001309-48-4


magnesium oxide




64800


000110-16-7


maleic acid


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (4)



64990


025736-61-2


Styrene-maleic anhydride copolymers, sodium salt


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



65020


006915-15-7


Malic acid




65,040


000141-82-2


malonic




65520


000087-78-5


mannitol




65,920


066822-60-4



N-methacryloyloxyethyl-N, N-dimethyl-N-carboxymethylammoniumchlorid, octadecyl methacrylate, ethyl methacrylate, cyclohexyl methacrylate and N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone, copolymers of sodium




66200


037206-01-2


Methylcarboxymethylcellulose




66240


009004-67-5


Methylcellulose




66560


004066-02-8


2,2'Methylen-bis (4-methyl-6-cyclohexylphenol)


SML (T) = 3 mg / kg (6)



66580


000077-62-3


2,2'Methylenbis [4-methyl-6- (1-methylcyclohexyl) phenol]


SML (T) = 3 mg / kg (6)



66640


009004-59-5


Methyl Ethyl Cellulose




66,695


-


Methylhydroxymethylcellulose




66700


009004-65-3


methylhydroxypropyl




66755


002682-20-4


2-Methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one


SML = 0.5 mg / kg. Only to be used in aqueous polymer dispersions and emulsions and at concentrations that do not have antimicrobial effect on the surface of the polymer or on the food itself



66905


000872-50-4


N-methylpyrrolidone




66,930


068554-70-1


Methylsilsesquioxan


Residual monomer in methylsilsesquioxan: <methyltrimethoxysilane 1 mg / kg methylsilsesquioxan



67120


012001-26-2


Glimmer




67,155



Mixture of 4- (2-benzoxazolyl) -4'- (5-methyl-2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene, 4,4'-bis (2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene and 4,4'-bis (5-methyl-2- benzoxazolyl) -stilben


Not more than 0.05% (w / w) (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation). In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



67180


-


Mixture of (50% w / w) of n-decyl-n-octyl phthalate, (25% w / w) of di-n-decyl phthalate and (25% w / w) of di-n-octyl phthalate



SML = 5 mg / kg (1)



67200


001317-33-5


molybdenum




67840


-


Montanic acids and / or their esters with ethylene glycol and / or 1,3-butanediol and / or glycerol




67850


008002-53-7


lignite




67891


000544-63-8


myristic




68040


003333-62-8


7- [2-H-Naphto- (1,2-d) triazol-2-yl] -3-phenylcumarin




68078


027253-31-2


Neodecanoic acid, cobalt salt


SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg (expressed as neodecanoic acid) and SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt). Not for use in polymers contacting foods for which simulant D is laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles



68,119


-


Neopentyl glycol, diesters and monoesters of benzoic acid and 2-ethylhexanoic acid


SML = 5 mg / kg Not to be used for articles in contact with fatty foods for which simulant D is laid down



68125


037244-96-5


nepheline syenite




68,145


080410-33-9


2,2 ', 2' '- nitrilo [triethyl-tris (3,3', 5,5'-tetra-tert-butyl-1,1'-biphenyl-2,2'-diyl) phosphite] | ||

SML = 5 mg / kg (sum of phosphite and phosphate)



68,960


000301-02-0


oleamide




69,040


000112-80-1


Oleic acid




69,760


000143-28-2


oleyl




69920


000144-62-7


oxalic acid


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (29)



70000


070331-94-1



2,2'-Oxamidobis [ethyl 3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate]




70240


012198-93-5


ozokerite




70400


000057-10-3


palmitic




70,480


000111-06-8


Butylpalmitat




71,020


000373-49-9


palmitoleic




71,440


009000-69-5


pectin




71600


000115-77-5


pentaerythritol




71635


025151-96-6


Pentaerythritoldioleat


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. Not for use in polymers contacting foods for which simulant D is laid down in the circular on the control of materials and articles



71,670


178671-58-4


Pentaerythritol tetrakis (2-cyano-3,3-diphenylacrylate)


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



71680


006683-19-8


Pentaerythritol-tetrakis [3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate]




71720


000109-66-0


pentane




71960


003825-26-1 Perfluorooctanoic acid


ammonium


Only to be used in repeated use articles, sintered at high temperatures.



72,141


0018600-59-4


2,2- (1,4-phenylene) bis (4H-3,1-benzoxazin-4-one)


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (including the sum of its hydrolysis products)



72,640


007664-38-2


phosphoric




73160



Mono- and di-n-alkyl (C16 and C18) phosphates


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



73,720



000155-96-8


Trichlorethylphosphat


SML = ND (DL = 0.02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included)



74010


145650-60-8


Bis (2,4-di-tert-butyl-6-methylphenyl) ethylphosphite


SML = 5 mg / kg (sum of phosphite and phosphate)



74240


031570-04-4


Tris (2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite




74480


000088-99-3



O-Phthalic acid




74560


000085-68-7


Benzyl


Only to be used as:
1. The plasticizer in materials and articles intended for repeated contact with food.
2. plasticizer in single-use materials and articles contacting non-fatty foods except for infant formulas and grant mixtures for infants and young children as defined in Directive 91/321 / EEC and products according to Directive 96/5 / EC.
3. Technical support agent in concentrations up to 0,1% in the final product.
SML = 30 mg / kg food simulant.



74,640


000117-81-7


Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate


Only to be used as:
1. The plasticizer in materials and articles intended for repeated contact with non-fatty food.
2. Technical auxiliary substance in concentrations
tions up to 0,1% in the final product.
SML = 1,5 mg / kg food simulant.



74880


000084-74-2


Dibutylphthalat


Only to be used as:
1. The plasticizer in materials and articles intended for repeated contact with non-fatty food.
2. Technical auxiliary substance in concentrations
tions of 0,05% in the final product.
SML = 0,3 mg / kg food simulant



75100


068515-48-0
028553-12-0


Phthalic acid, diesters with primary, saturated C8-C10 branched alcohols, more than 60% C9



Do not use as:
1. The plasticizer in materials and articles intended for repeated contact with food.
2. plasticizer in single-use materials and articles contacting non-fatty foods except for infant formulas and grant mixtures for infants and young children as defined in Directive 91/321 / EEC and products according to Directive 96/5 / EC.
3. Technical adjuvant in concentrations up to 0,1% in the final product.
SML (T) = 9 mg / kg food simulant
(42).



75,105


068515-49-1
026761-40-0



Phthalic acid, diesters with primary, saturated C9-C11 branched alcohols, more than 90% C10



Do not use as:
1. The plasticizer in materials and articles intended for repeated contact with food.
2. plasticizer in single-use materials and articles contacting non-fatty foods except for infant formulas and grant mixtures for infants and young children as defined in Directive 91/321 / EEC and products according to Directive 96/5 / EC.
3. Technical adjuvant in concentrations up to 0,1% in the final product.
SML (T) = 9 mg / kg food simulant
(42).



76,320


000085-44-9


phthalic anhydride




76,415


019455-79-9


Pimelic acid, calcium salt




76,463


-


polyacrylates


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36) (for acrylic acid)



76721


009016-00-6063148-62-9


Polydimethylsiloxane (MW greater than 6800)


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



76723


167883-16-1


Polydimethylsiloxane, 3-aminopropyl
terminated, polymer
of dicyclohexylmethane-4,4'-diisocyanate


In accordance with specifications-ne in Annex 6



76725


661476-41-1


Polydimethylsiloxane, 3-aminopropyl
terminated, polymer
with 1-isocyanato-3-isocyanatomethyl-
3,5,5-trimethyl


In accordance with specifications-ne in Annex 6



76,730



Polydimethylsiloxane, gamma-hydroxypropylated


SML 6 mg / kg



76,807


00073018-26-5


Polyester of adipic acid with butane-1,3-diol, propane-1,2-diol and 2-ethyl-1-hexanol


SML = 30 mg / kg



76815



Polyester of adipic acid with glycerol or pentaerythritol esters of uforgrendede C 12 -C 22 fatty acids (even number)


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



76845


031831-53-5


Polyester of 1,4-butanediol with caprolactone


The restriction for ref.nr. 14260 and 13720 must be observed. In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6




76866


-


Polyesters of 1,2-propanediol and / or 1,3- and / or 1,4-butanediol and / or polyproplylenglycol with adipic acid, which may be with acetic acid or fatty acid (C12-C18), or n-octanol and / or n -decanol in the end terminal position


SML = 30 mg / kg



76,960


025322-68-3


Polyethylene glycol




77,370


070142-34-6


Polyethylene glycol-30 dipolyhydroxystearate




77600


061738-85-0


Esters of polyethylene glycol with hydrogenated castor oil




77,702


-


Polyethyleneglycol esters of aliphatic monocarboxylic acids, (C2-C22) and their ammonium and sodium sulphates




77708


-


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 1-50) esters of linear and branched (C 8 -C 22) alcohols


SMG = 1.8 mg / kg in accordance with the specifications of Annex V



77,732


-


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 1-30, typically 5) ether of butyl 2-cyano-3- (4-hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)
acrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. For use in
PET



77,733


-


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 1-30, typically 5) ether of butyl 2-cyano-3- (4-hydroxy-3-hydroxyphenyl)
acrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg. For use in
PET



77895


068439-49-6


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 2-6) monoalkyl (C 16 -C 18) ether


SML = 0.05 mg / kg and in accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



77,897


-


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 1-50)
monoalkyl (linear and
branched C8-C20) sulphate, salts


SML = 5 mg / kg



79,040


009005-64-5


Polyethylenglycolsorbitanmonolaurat




79120


009005-64-5


Polyethylenglycolsorbitanmonooleat




79200



009005-66-7


Polyethylenglycolsorbitanmonopalmitat




79280


009005-67-8


Polyethylenglycolsorbitanmonostearat




79360


009005-70-3


Polyethylenglycolsorbitantrioleat




79,440


009005-71-4


Polyethylenglycolsorbitantristearat




79600


009046-01-9


Polyethylenglycoltridecyletherphosphat


SML = 5 mg / kg. For materials and articles intended for contact with aqueous foods. In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



79,920


009003-11-6
106392-12-5


Poly (ethylene) glycol




80000


009002-88-4


polyethylene




80077


0068441-17-8


The wax of polyethylene, oxidized


SML = 60 mg / kg



80240


029894-35-7


Polyglycolricinoleat




80350


0124578-12-7


Poly (12-hydroxystearic acid) -polyethyleneimine copolymer


Only for use in polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polystyrene (PS), high impact polystyrene (SPS) and polyamide (PA) in a maximum concentration of 0.1% w / w in accordance with the specifications of Annex V



80480


0090751-07-8; 0082451-48-7


Poly(6-morpholino-1,3,5-triazin-2,4-diyl)-[(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl)imino)]-hexamethylen-[(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl)imino)]


SML = 5 mg / kg (47) In accordance with the specifications of Annex V



80510


1010121-89-7


Poly(3-nonyl-1,1-dioxo-1-thiopropan-1,3-diyl)-block-poly(x-oleyl-7-hydroxy-1,5-diiminooctan-1,8-diyl), process mixture with x = 1 and / or 5, dodecyl benzene sulfonic acid neutralized with


Only for use as polymer production aid in polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP) and polystyrene (PS)



80640


-


Polyoxyalkyl (C2-C4) dimethylpolysiloxane





80720


008017-16-1


polyphosphoric




80800


025322-69-4


polypropylene glycol




81,060


009003-07-0


polypropylene




81220


192268-64-7


Poly [[6- [N- (2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinyl) -n-butylamino] -1,3,5-triazine-2,4-diyl] [(2,2,6 , 6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinyl) imino] 1,6-hexanediyl [(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinyl)-imino]]-alpha-[N,N,N´,N´-tetrabutyl-N´´-(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinyl)-N´´-[6-(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinylamino)-hexyl]-[1,3,5-triazin-2,4,6-triamin]-omega-N,N,N´,N´-tetrabutyl-1,3,5-triazin-2,4-diamin]


SML = 5 mg / kg



81500


9003-39-8


polyvinylpyrrolidone


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



81,515


087189-25-1


Poly (zinkglycerolat)


SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (as zinc)



81520


007758-02-3


potassium bromide




81600


001310-58-3


potassium hydroxide




81760


-


Powders, flakes and fibers of brass, bronze, copper, stainless steel, tin and alloys of copper, tin and iron


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper).
SML = 48 mg / kg (as iron).



81,840


000057-55-6


1,2-propanediol




81,882


000067-63-0


2-Propanol




82000


000079-09-4


propionic




82,080


009005-37-2


1,2-Propylene glycol




82240


022788-19-8


1,2-propylene glycol dilaurate





82400


000105-62-4


1,2-Propylenglycoldioleat




82560


033587-20-1


1,2-Propylenglycoldipalmitat




82720


006182-11-2


1,2-Propylenglycoldistearat




82800


027194-74-7


1,2-Propylene glycol monolaurate




82,960


001330-80-9


1,2-Propylenglycolmonooleat




83120


029013-28-3


1,2-Propylenglycolmonopalmitat




83300


001323-39-3


1,2-propylene glycol




83320


-


Propylhydroxyethylcellulose




83,325


-


Propylhydroxymethylcellulose




83330


-


Propylhydroxypropylcellulose




83440


002466-09-3


pyrophosphoric




83455


013445-56-2


Pyrophosphorigesyre




83460


012269-78-2


pyrophyllite




83470


014808-60-7


quartz




83,599


068442-12-6


Reaction products of oleic acid, 2-mercaptoethyloleat with dichlorodimethyltin, sodium sulfide and trichloromethyltin


SML (T) = 0.18 mg / kg (16) (calculated as tin)



83610


073138-82-6


Resin acids





83840


008050-09-7


resin




84000


008050-31-5


Rosin, glycerol ester of




84080


008050-26-8


Rosin, pentaerythritol ester of




84210


065997-06-0


Rosin, hydrogenated




84240


065997-13-9


Rosin, hydrogenated, glycerol ester of




84320


008050-15-5


Rosin, hydrogenated, ester with methanol




84400


064365-17-9


Rosin, hydrogenated, pentaerythritol ester of




84560


009006-04-6


Natural rubber




84,640


-


salicylic acid




85360


000109-43-3


dibutylsebacate




85,601


-


Silicates, natural (except asbestos)




85610


-


Silicates, natural, silanated (with the exception of asbestos)




85,680


001343-98-2


silica




85840


053320-86-8


Lithiummagnesiumnatriumsilicat


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



86000


-


Silicic acid, silylated




86160


000409-21-2


Silicon carbide




86240



007631-86-9


Silicon dioxide




86,285


-


Silica, silylated




86,560


007647-15-6


sodium bromide




86720


001310-73-2


Sodium hydroxide




87040


01330-43-4


sodium


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) see. The Danish rules on drinking



87200


000110-44-1


sorbic acid




87280


029116-98-1


sorbitan




87520


062568-11-0


Sorbitanmonobehenat




87600


001338-39-2


sorbitanmonolaurate




87,680


001338-43-8


sorbitanmonooleate




87,760


026266-57-9


sorbitanmonopalmitate




87,840


001338-41-6


sorbitanmonostearate




87,920


061752-68-9


Sorbitantetrastearat




88,080


026266-58-0


sorbitantrioleate




88160


054140-20-4


Sorbitantripalmitat




88240


026658-19-5


sorbitantristearate




88320


000050-70-4


sorbitol





88600


026836-47-5


Sorbitolmonostearat




88640


008013-07-8


Soybean oil, epoxidised


SML = 60 mg / kg. What case of PVC gaskets used to seal glass jars containing infant formula, and supplements treatments for infants and young children as defined in Directive 91/321 / EEC or containing processed cereal-based foods and baby foods for infants and young children as defined in Commission Directive 96/5 / EC, the SML is lowered to 30 mg / kg.
In accordance with Annex 6



88800


009005-25-8


Starch, food




88,880


068412-29-3


Starch, hydrolyzed




88,960


000124-26-5


-stearamide




89040


000057-11-4


Stearic acid




89120


000123-95-5


butyl stearate




89200


007617-31-4


Kobberstearat


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7), expressed as copper



89440


-


Esters of stearic acid with ethylene glycol


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (3)



90720


058446-52-9


STEAROYL BENZOYL




90800


005793-94-2


Calciumstearyl-2-lactylate




90,960


000110-15-6


succinic acid




91200


000126-13-6


Saccharoseacetat isobutyrate




91360


000126-14-7


sucrose octaacetate




91,530


-



Sulforravsyre di-esters of alkyl (C4-C20) or cyclohexyl, salts


SML = 5 mg / kg



91,815


-


Sulforravsyre-monoalkyl (C10-C16), polyethylene glycol esters, salts


SML = 2 mg / kg



91,840


007704-34-9


sulfur




91,920


007664-93-9


sulfuric acid




92030


010124-44-4


Copper sulphate


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper)



92080


014807-96-6


talc




92150


001401-55-4


tannins


In line with JECFA specifications (= FAO / WHO Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives)



92160


000087-69-4


tartaric




92,195


-


Taurine, salts




92200


0006422-86-2


Bis (2-ethylhexyl) terephthalate


SML = 60 mg / kg



92,205


057569-40-1


Diester of terephthalic acid with 2,2'-methylenebis (4-methyl-6-tertbutylphenol)




92,350


000112-60-7


tetraethyleneglycol




92,470


0106990-43-6


N,N',N',N'-Tetrakis(4,6-bis(butyl-(N-methyl-2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidin-4-yl)amino)triazin-2-yl)-4,7-diazadecan-1,10-diamin


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



92,475


0203255-81-6


3,3 ', 5,5'-Tetrakis (tert-butyl) -2,2'-dihydroxybiphenyl, cyclic ester of [3- (3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-5-methylphenyl) propyl] oxyphosphonsyrling || |

SML = 5 mg / kg (expressed as the sum of the substance phosphite and phosphate, and hydrolysis products)



92640



000102-60-3


N, N, N ', N'-Tetrakis (2-hydroxypropyl) ethylenediamine




92700


078301-43-6


2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-20- (2,3-epoxy propyl) -7-oxa-3,20-diazadispiro [5.1.11.2] -heneicosan-21-one, polymer


SML = 5 mg / kg



92,930


120218-34-0


Thiodiethylene-bis (5-methoxycarbonyl-2,6-dimethyl-1,4-dihydropyridine-3-carboxylate)


SML = 6 mg / kg



93440


013463-67-7


Titanium dioxide




93450


-


Titanium dioxide, coated with a copolymer of n-octyltrichlorosilane and [aminotris (methylenephosphonic acid), penta sodium salt]


In accordance with the specifications of Annex V



93,520


000059-02-9010191-41-0


alpha-Tocopherol




93,680


009000-65-1


tragacanth




93720


000108-78-1


2,4,6-triamino-1,3,5-triazine


SML = 30 mg / kg



93,760


000077-90-7


Tri-n-butyl acetyl citrate




94000


0000102-71-6


triethanolamine


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (including hydrochloridaddukt)



94320


000112-27-6


triethyleneglycol




94,425


0000867-13-0


Triethylphosphonoacetate


Only for use in polyethylene terephthalate (PET)



94960


000077-99-6


1,1,1-Trimethylolpropane


SML = 6 mg / kg



94,985


-


Trimethylolpropane, mixed triesters and diesters with benzoic acid and 2-ethylhexanoic acid



SML = 5 mg / kg Not to be used for articles in contact with fatty foods for which simulant D is laid down



95000


028931-67-1


Trimethylolpropane trimethacrylate-methyl methacrylate copolymer




95020


6846-50-0


2,2,4-trimethyl-1,3-diisobutyrate pentanediol-


SML = 5 mg / kg food. Only to be used in disposable gloves.



95200


001709-70-2


1,3,5-Trimethyl-2,4,6-tris (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzyl) benzene




95270


161717-32-4


2,4,6-tris (tert-butyl) phenyl-2-butyl-2-ethyl-1,3-propandiolphosphit


SML = 2 mg / kg (as the sum of phosphite, phosphate and the hydrolysis product = TTBP)



95420


745070-61-5


1,3,5-tris (2,2-dimethylpropanamido) benzene


SML = 0,05 mg / kg food.



95,725


110638-71-6


Vermiculite, reaction product with lithium citrate


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



95,855


007732-18-5


water


In accordance with the Danish rules for drinking



95,858


-


Refined paraffinic waxes
extracted hydrocarbons from
crude oil or synthetically-favored hydrocarbons


SML = 0.05 mg / kg and in accor-dance with the specifications of
Annex 6. Do not use
articles in contact with fatty
food



95859


-


Refined waxes obtained from hydrocarbons or synthetic hydrocarbon feedstocks


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



95883


-


White mineral oils, paraffinic, derived from petroleum


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



95,905


013983-17-0


wollastonite




95,920


-



Wood flour and fibers, untreated




95935


011138-66-2


xanthan gum




96190


020427-58-1


zinc hydroxide


SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (as zinc)



96240


001314-13-2


Zinc oxide


SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (as zinc)



96320


001314-98-3


zinc sulfide


SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (as zinc)






Section B
List of additives







PM / REF.


CAS no.


Chemical name



Restrictions and / or specifications




30180


002180-18-9


manganese


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



31500


025134-51-4


Acrylic acid, 2-ethylhexyl acrylate, copolymer


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36) (expressed as acrylic acid) and SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg (expressed as 2-ethylhexylacylat)



31520


061167-58-6


2-tert-Butyl-6- (3-tert-butyl-2-hydroxy-5-methylbenzyl) -4-methylphenyl acrylate


SML = 6 mg / kg



31,920


000103-23-1


Bis (2-ethylhexyl) adipate


SML = 18 mg / kg (1)



34130


-


Alkyl, linear with even number of carbon atoms (C12-C20) dimethylamines


SML = 30 mg / kg



34230



Alkyl (C8-C22) sulfonic acid


SML = 6 mg / kg



34650


151841-65-5


Aluminiumhydroxybis [2,2'-methylene-bis (4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphate


SML = 5 mg / kg



35760


001309-64-4



Antimony trioxide


SML = 0.04 mg / kg (39) (expressed as antimony)



36720


017194-00-2


barium


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (12) (expressed as barium)



36800


010022-31-8


barium nitrate


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (12) (expressed as barium)



38000


000553-54-8


lithium benzoate


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



38240


000119-61-9


benzophenone


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



38505


351870-33-2


Cis-endo-bicylo [2.2.1] heptane-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, disodium salt


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg. Not to be used with polyethylene in contact with acidic foods. Purity:> or = 96%



38560


007128-64-5


2,5-Bis (5-tert-butyl-2-benzoxazolyl) thiophene


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



38700


063397-60-4


Bis (2-carbobutoxyethyl) tin bis (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML = 18 mg / kg



38800


032687-78-8


N, N'-bis (3 (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydro-xyphenyl) propionyl) hydrazide


SML = 15 mg / kg



38820


026741-53-7


Bis (2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl) pentaeythritoldiphosphit


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



38940


110675-26-8


2,4-bis (dodecylthiomethyl) -6-methylphenol


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (40)



39,060


035958-30-6


1,1-Bis (2-hydroxy.3,5-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) ethane


SML = 5 mg / kg



39090



N, N-Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) alkyl (C8-C18) amine


SML (T) = 1.2 mg / kg (13)




39120



N, N-Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) alkyl (C8-C18) amine hydrochlorides


SML (T) = 1.2 mg / kg (13) (expressed as a tertiary amine (expressed excluding HCl)



40000


000991-84- 4


2,4-bis (octylthio) -6- (4-hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butylanilino) -1,3,5-triazine


SML = 30 mg / kg



40020





110553-27-0 2,4-Bis (octylthiomethyl) -6-methylphenol


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (40)



40160


061269-61-2


N, N'-Bis (2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl) hexamethylene-1,2-dibromoethane, copolymer


SML = 2.4 mg / kg






40720 025013-16-5


tert-butyl 4-hydroxyanisole (BHA =)


SML = 30 mg / kg






40800 013003-12-8


4,4'-butylidene-bis (6-tetramethyl-3-methylphenyl-ditridecylphosphit)


SML = 6 mg / kg

| 40980 ||



019664-95-0


Manganbutyrat


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)






42000 063438-80-2


(2-Carbobutoxyethyl) tin tris (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML = 30 mg / kg



42400


010377-37-4


lithium carbonate


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium) = 12 mg / kg



42480


000584-09-8


Rubidiumcarbonat


SML = 12 mg / kg



43600


004080-31-3


1- (3-chloroallyl) -3,5,7-triaza-1-azonia-adamantane chloride


SML = 0.3 mg / kg



43,680


000075-45-6


chlorodifluoromethane


SML = 6 mg / kg. In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



44960


011104-61-3


cobalt



SMGT = 0.05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt)



45440



Cresols, butylated, the control groove


SML = 12 mg / kg



45650


6197-30-4


2-Ethylhexyl-2-cyano-3,3-diphenylacrylate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



46640


000128-37-0


2,6-di-tert-butyl-p-cresol (BHT =)


SML = 3.0 mg / kg



47500


153250-52-3


N, N'-Dicylohexyl-2,6-naphtalendicarboxamid


SML = 5 mg / kg



47600


084030-61-5


Di-n-dodecyl-bis (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg of food (41) (the sum of mono-n-dodecyl tris (isooctylmeraptoacetat), di-n-dodecyl bis (isooctylmeraptoacetat), mono- and di-dodecyntintrichlorid dead-cyltindichlorid) expressed as the sum of mono- and di-dodecyltin chloride.



48640


000131-56-6


2,4-dihydroxybenzophenone


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15)



48800


000097-23-4


2,2'-dihydroxy-5,5'-dichlorodiphenyl-methane


SML = 12 mg / kg



48880


000131-53-3


2,2'-dihydroxy-4-methoxybenzo-phenone


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15)



49,595


057583-35-4


Dimethyl tin bis (ethylhexylmercaptoacetat)


SML (T) = 0.18 mg / kg (16) (calculated as tin)



49600


026636-01-1


Dimethyl tin bis (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.18 mg / kg (16) (calculated as tin)



49,840


002500-88-1


Diotadecyldisulfid


SML = 3 mg / kg



50160



Di-n-octyltin bis (n-alkyl (C10-C16) mercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50240


010039-33-5



Di-n-octyltin-bis (2-ethylhexyl maleate)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50320


015571-58-1


Di-n-octyltin-bis (2-ethylhexylmercaptoacetat)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50360



Di-n-octyltin-bis (ethyl maleate)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50400


033568-99-9


Di-n-octyltin-bis (isooctylmaleat)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50480


026401-97-8


Di-n-octyltin-bis (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50560



Di-n-octyltin-1,4-butanediol bis (mercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50640


003648-18-8


Di-n-octyltindilaurat


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50720


015571-60-5


Di-n-octyltindimaleat


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50800



Di-n-octyltindimaleat, esterified


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50880



Di-n-octyltindimaleinat, polymers (n = 2-4)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



50,960


069226-44-4


Di-n-octyltin ethylene glycol bis (mercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



51040


015535-79-2


Di-n-octyltinmercapoacetat


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



51120



Di-n-octyltin-thiobenzoate-2-ethylhexylmercaptoacetat


SML (T) = 0.006 mg / kg (17) (calculated as tin)



51570


000127-63-9



diphenylsulphone


SML (T) = 3 mg / kg (25)



51680


000102-08-9


N, N'-Diphenylthiourinstof


SML = 3 mg / kg



52000


027176-87-0


Dodecylbenzenensulfonsyre


SML = 30 mg / kg



52320


052047-59-3


2- (4-dodecylphenyl) indole


SML = 0.06 mg / kg



52,880


023676-09-7


Ethyl 4-ethoxybenzoate


SML = 3.6 mg / kg



53200


023949-66-8


2-ethoxy-2'-ethyloxanilide


SML = 30 mg / kg



53,670


032509-66-3


Ethylene glycol bis [3,3-bis (3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl)
butyrate]


SML = 6 mg / kg



54880


000050-00-0


formaldehyde


SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (22)



55200


001166-52-5


Dodecyl


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (34)



55280


001034-01-1


octyl gallate


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (34)



55360


000121-79-9


propyl


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (34)



58,960


000057-09-0


hexadecyltrimethylammonium


SML = 6 mg / kg



59120


023128-74-7


1,6-hexamethylene bis (3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionamide)


SML = 45 mg / kg



59200


035074-77-2


1,6-hexamethylene bis (3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate)



SML = 6 mg / kg



60320


070321-86-7


2- (2-Hydroxy-3,5-bis (1,1-dimethylbenzyl) phenyl) benzotriazole


SML (T) = 1.5 mg / kg



60400


003896-11-5


2- (2'-hydroxy-3'-tert-butyl-5'-methylphenyl) -5-chlorobenzotriazole


SML = 30 mg / kg (19)



60800


065447-77-0


Dimethyl 1- (2-hydroxyethyl) -4-hydroxy-2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-piperidinsuccinat, copolymer


SML = 30 mg / kg



61,280


003293-97-8


2-Hydroxy-4-n-hexyloxybenzophenon


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15)



61360


000131-57-7


2-Hydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15)



61440


002440-22-4


2- (2'-hydroxy-5'-methylphenyl) benzotriazole


SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (19)



61600


001843-05-6


2-Hydroxy-4-n-octyloxybenzophenone


SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15)



63200


051877-53-3


Manganlactat


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



63,940


008062-15-5


ligninsulphonic


SML (T) = 0.24 mg / kg - must only be used as a dispersant for plastdispertioner



64320


010377-51-2


Lithiumjodid


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine) and XL (t) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



65120


007773-01-5


manganese


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



65200


012626-88-9


Manganhydroxid


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



65280



010043-84-2


Manganhypophosphit


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



65,360


011129-60-5


manganese oxide


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



65440



Manganpyrophosphit


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



66350


085209-93-4


2,2'-methylene-bis (4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) lithium phosphate


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg and the SML (T) = 0.6 (8) (expressed as lithium)



66360


085209-91-2


2 ', 2'-methylene-bis (4,6-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) sodium phosphate


SML = 5 mg / kg



66400


000088-24-4


2,2'-Methylene bis (4-ethyl-6-tert-butyl-phenol)


SML (T) = 1.5 mg / kg (20)



66480


000119-47-1


2,2'-Methylene bis (4-methyl-6-tert-butylphenol)


SML (T) = 1.5 mg / kg (20)



67360


067649-65-4


Mono-n-dodecyl-tris (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg. food (41) (the sum of mono-n-dodecyl tris (isooctylmeraptoacetat), di-n-dodecyl bis (isooctylmeraptoacetat), mono- and di-dodecyntintrichlorid dead-cyltindichlorid) expressed as the sum of mono- and di-dodecyltin chloride.



67,515


057583-34-3


Monomethylin-tris (ethylhexyl mercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.18 mg / kg (16) (calculated as tin)



67520


054849-38-6


Monomethyltin tris (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 0.18 mg / kg (16) (calculated as tin)



67600



Mono-n-octylin acid tris (alkyl (C10-C16) mercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 1.2 mg / kg (18) (calculated as tin)



67680


027107-89-7


Mono-n-octylin-tris (2-ethyl-hexylmercaptoacetat)


SML (T) = 1.2 mg / kg (18) (calculated as tin)



67,760



026401-86-5


Mono-n-octylin-tris (isooctylmercaptoacetate)


SML (T) = 1.2 mg / kg (18) (calculated as tin)



67896


020336-96-3


Lithiummyristat


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



68320


002082-79-3


Octadetyl-3- (3,5-di- tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate


SML = 6 mg / kg



68400


010094-45-8


Octadecylerucamid


SML = 5 mg / kg



68,860


04724-48-5



N-octylphosphonic


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



69160


014666-94-5


Oleic acid, cobalt salt


SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt)



69840


016260-09-6


oleyl palmitamide


SML = 5 mg / kg



71,935


007601-89-0


Sodium perchlorate monohydrate


SML = 0.05 mg / kg (31)



72081/10


-


Hydrocarbon resins crude oil (hydrogenated)


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



72160


000948-65-2


2-Phenylindon


SML = 15 mg / kg



72800


001241-94-7


2-ethylhexyl diphenyl phosphate


SML = 2.4 mg / kg



73040


013763-32-1


lithium phosphate


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



73120


010124-54-6


manganese phosphate


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese)



74400




Tris (nonyl and / or dinomylonylphenyl) phosphite


SML = 30 mg / kg



77440



Polyethylene glycol-di-cricinoleat


SML = 42 mg / kg



77520


061791-12-6


Polyethylene glycol ester of castor oil with


SML = 42 mg / kg



78,320


009004-97-1


Polyethylenglycolmonoricinoleat


SML = 42 mg / kg



81200


071878-19-8


Poly[6-[(1,3,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)amino]-1,3,5-triazin-2,4-diyl([2,2,6,6-tetrametyl-4-piperidyl)-imino-hexametilen-[(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl)imino]


SML = 3 mg / kg



81,680


007681-11-0


potassium iodide


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine)



82020


019019-51-3


Cobaltpropionat


SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt)



83,595


119345-01-6


Reaction product of di-tert-biphenyl butylphosphonite with the condensation of 2,4-di-tert-butylphenol with the Friedel Crafts-reaction product of biphenyl with phosphortriclorid


SML = 18 mg / kg. In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6



83700


000141-22-0


ricinoleic


SML = 42 mg / kg



84800


000087-18-3


4-tert-butylphenyl salicylate


SML = 12 mg / kg



84,880


000119-36-8


methyl salicylate


SML = 30 mg / kg



85,760


012068-40-5


Aluminiumlithiumsilicat (2: 1: 1)


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)



85920


012068-14-4


lithium


SML (T) = 0.6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium)




85,950


037296-97-2


Silicic acid, magnesiumnatriumfluoridsalt


SML = 0.15 mg / kg (expressed as fluoride). Only to be used in layers of multilayers materials not coming into contact with food



86480


007631-90-5


Sodium


SML (T) = 10 mg / kg (30) (calculated as SO2)



86800


007681-82-5


Sodium iodide


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine)



86,880



Natriummonoalkyldialkylphenoxybenzendisulfonat


SMG = 9 mg / kg



86,920


007632-00-0


sodium nitrite


SML = 0.6 mg / kg



86960


007757-83-7


sodium


SML (T) 10 mg / kg (30) (calculated as SO2)



87120


007772-98-7


sodium thiosulphate


SML (T) = 10 mg / kg (30) (calculated as SO2)



89170


013586-84-0


cobalt stearate


SML (T) = 0.05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt)



92000


007727-43-7


Barium sulfate


SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (12) (expressed as barium)



92320



Tetradecyl-polyethylene oxide (EO = 3-8) of the glycolic ether


SML = 15 mg / kg



92,560


038613-77-3


Tetrakis (2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl) -4-4'-biphenylene


SML = 18 mg / kg



92800


000096-69-5


4,4'-thiobis (6-tert-butyl-3-methyl-phenol)


SML = 0.48 mg / kg



92880


041484-35-9


Thiodiethanol-bis (3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate


SML = 2.4 mg / kg




93120


000123-28-4


Didodecylthiodipropionat


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (21)



93280


000693-36-7


Dioctadecylthiodipropionat


SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (21)



93,970


-


Tricyclodecanimethanol-bis (hexahydrophthalat)


SML = 0.05 mg / kg.



94400


036443-68-2


Triethylenglycolbis [3- (3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-5-methylphenyl) propionate]


SML = 9 mg / kg



94560


000122-20-3


triisopropanolamine


SML = 5 mg / kg



95,265


227099-60-7


1,3,5-tris (4-benzoylphenyl) benzene


SML = 0.05 mg / kg



95,280


040601-76-1


1,3,5-Tris (4-tert-butyl-3-hydroxy-2,6-dimethylbenzyl) -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6 (1H, 3H, 5H) -trione || |

SML = 6 mg / kg



95360


027676-62-6


1,3,5-Tris (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) 1,3,5-triazine-2,4-6- (1H, 3H, 5H) -trione


SML = 5 mg / kg



95600


001843-03-4


1,1,3-tris (2-methyl-4-hydroxy-5-tert-butylphenyl) butane


SML = 5 mg / kg





Appendix 5







Products produced by bacterial fermentation



PM / REF.


CAS no.


Chemical name



Restrictions and / or specifications




18888


80181-31-3


3-hydroxybutyric acid-3-hydroxypentanoic acid, copolymer


In accordance with the specifications of Annex 6





Appendix 6
Specifications for some of the substances in Annex 2, 4 and 5
Section A
general specifications

Plastic materials and articles shall not release primary aromatic amines in a detectable quantity (DL = 0,01 mg / kg food or food simulant). The migration of the primary aromatic amines appearing in the lists in Annexes 2 and 4 are not subject to this restriction.
Section B
Specifications for certain individual substances







PM / REF.


Specifications for certain individual substances



11530


2-hydroxypropyl acrylate
May contain up to 25% (m / m) 2-hydroxyisopropylacrylat (CAS no. 002918-23-2)



16690


DivinylbenzenKan contain up to 45% (m / m) of ethylvinylbenzene



18888


3-hydroxybutyric acid-3-hydroxypentanoic acid copolymer





definition


These copolymers are produced by the controlled fermentation of Alcaligenes eutrohus using mixtures of glucose and propionic acid as carbon sources. The organism used has not been genetically engineered and is derived from a single wild-type organism, Alcaligens eutrophus strain H16 NCIMB 10442. Master stocks of the organism are stored as freeze-dried ampoules. In submaster a working culture and stored in liquid nitrogen and used to prepare the inoculum for the fermenter. Fermentation samples will be examined daily both microscopically and for any changes in colonial morphology on a variety of agars at different temperatures. The copolymers are isolated from heat treatment bacteria by controlled digestion of the other cellular components, washing and drying. These copolymers are normally offered as formulated, melt formed granules containing additives such as nucleating agents, plasticisers, fillers, stabilizers and pigments which all conform to the general and individual specifications





Chemical designation


Poly (3-D-hydroxybutanoate-co-3-D-hydroxypentanoate)





CAS number


080181-31-3





Structural formula


CH3 | CH3 O CH 2 O | || | || (-O-CH-CH2-C-) m (O-CH- CH2-C-) n







where n / m (+ n) greater than 0 and less or equal to 0.25





Average molecular weight


Not less than 150,000 daltons (as measured by gel permeation chromatography).





Contents


Not less than 98% poly (3-D-hydroxybutanoate-co-3-D-hydroxypentanoate) analyzed after hydrolysis as a mixture of D-3-hydroxybutyric acid and 3-D-hydro-pentanoic acid.





Description


Appears as a white to off-white powder after isolation.





properties





Identification tests:






Solubility


Soluble in chlorinated hydrocarbons such as dichloromethane or chloroform, but practically insoluble in ethanol, aliphatic alkanes and water







restriction


QMA for crotonic acid is 0.05 mg / 6 dm2







purity


Prior to the granulation, it must be raw material copolymer powder contain:





-


nitrogen


Not more than 2500 mg / kg plastic





-


zinc


Not more than 100 mg / kg of plastic





-


copper


Not more than 5 mg / kg of plastic





-


lead


Not more than 2 mg / kg of plastic





-


arsenic


Not more than 1 mg / kg PE





-


chromium


Not more than 1 mg / kg PE



23,547


Polydimethylsiloxane (MW greater than 6800) Minimumsviskositet 100 x 10-6 m2 / s (= 100 centistokes) at 25 ° C



24903


Syrups, hydrolysed starch, hydrogenated
In compliance with the purity criteria for maltitol syrup E 965 (ii) (Commission Directive 95/31 / EC (OJ L 178, 28.7.1995 p. 1). Directive as last amended by Commission Directive 2004/46 / EC (OJ L 114, 21.4.2004 , p. 15)).



25385


Triallylamin40 mg / kg of hydrogel at a maximum ratio of 1.5 grams of hydrogel. kg food. For use in the hydrogels which are not intended for direct contact with food.



38320


4- (2-benzoxazolyl) -4 '- (5-methyl-2-benzoxazolyl) stilbenIkke of 0.05% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)



42080


Vegetable carbon
Specifications:
Tolueneekstraherbare substances: maximum 0,1%, determined according to ISO method 6209.
UV absorption of cyclohexane at 386 nm: <0,02 AU for a cm. The cell or <0,1 AU for a 5 cm cell, determined according to a generally recognized method of analysis.
Benzo (a) pyrene content: max 0,25 mg / kg carbon black.
Maximum use level of carbon black in the polymer: 2,5% w / w.



43480


Charcoal, activated
For use in PET in an amount of up to 10 mg / kg of polymer. Same purity requirements as for Vegetable Carbon (E 153), see. Commission Directive 95/45 / EC (OJ L 226, 22.9.1995, p. 1. Directive as last amended by Directive 2004/47 / EC (OJ L 113, 20.4.2004, p. 24)), with the exception of ash content which can be up to 10% (w / w)




43,680


ChlordifluormethanIndhold of chlorodifluoromethane below 1 mg / kg of the substance



47210


DibutylthiostanonsyrepolymerMolekyle unit = (C8H18S3Sn2) n (n = 1.5-2)



60025


Specifications:
- Minimumsviskositet 3.8 cSt at 100 ° C
- Average Mw> 450



60027


Hydrogenated homopolymers and / or copolymers prepared from 1-hexene and / or 1-octene and / or 1-decene and / or 1-dodecene and / or 1-tetradecene (Mw: 440-12000) Average molecular weight not less than 440 Da = Minimumsviskositet 3.8 cSt (3.8 x 10-6 m2 / s) at 100 ° C



64990


Styrene-maleic anhydride copolymers, sodium salt
MW fraction <1000 must represent less than 0.05% (w / w)



67,155


Mixture of 4- (2-benzoxazolyl) -4'- (5-methyl-2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene, 4,4'-bis (2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene and 4,4'-bis (5-methyl-2- benzoxazolyl) stilbene
The mixture resulting from the production process must be the ratio of 58-62%: 23-27%: 13-17%, which is the typical conditions.



72081 /
10


Hydrocarbon resins crude oil (hydrogenated)
Specifications:
Hydrocarbon resins crude oil (hydrogenated) produced by the catalytic or thermal polymerisation of dienes and olefins of the aliphatic and / or alicyclic types and / or monobenzenoidarylalken types from distillates of cracked petroleum stocks with a boiling range greater than 220 ° C as well as the pure monomers found in these distillation streams, subsequently followed by distillation, hydrogenation and additional processing.
Features:
Viscosity:> 3 Pa · s at 120 ° C
Softening point:> 95 ° C as determined by ASTM Method E 28-67
Bromine number of <40 (ASTM D1159)
Color of a 50% solution in toluene <11 on the Gardner scale. Residual aromatic monomer
≤ 50 ppm.



76721


Polydimethylsiloxane (MW greater than 6800) Minimumviskositet 100 x 10-6 m2 / s (= 100 centistokes) at 25 ° C



76723


Specifications:
The fraction with molecular weight below 1 000 should not exceed
1.5% w / w



76725


Specifications:
The fraction with molecular weight below 1 000 should not exceed
1% w / w



76815


Polyester of adipic acid with glycerol or pentaerythritol esters of linear C 12 -C 22 fatty acids (even number)
MW fraction <1000 must represent less than 0.05% (w / w)



76845


Polyester of 1,4-butanediol with caprolactone
MW fraction <1000 must represent less than 0.05% (w / w)



77708


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 1-50) esters of linear and branched (C8-C22) alcohols Maximum residual quantity of ethylene oxide in the material or article = 1 mg / kg




77895


Polyethylene glycol (EO = 2-6) monoalkyl (C 16 -C 18) ether
This mixture has the following composition:
- Polyethylene glycol (EO = 2-6) monoalkyl (C 16 -C 18) ether (approx. 28%)
- Fatty alcohols (C16-C18) (about 48%)
- Ethylenglycolmonoalkyl (C16-C18) ether (approximately 24%)



79600


Polyethylenglycoltridecyletherphosphat
Polyethylene glycol (EO <or = 11) tridecyletherphosphat (mono- and dialkyl ester) with a content of polyethylene glycol (EO <or = 11) tridecylether up to 10%



80350


Poly (12-hydroxystearic acid) -polyethyleneimine copolymer obtained by the reaction of poly (12-hydroxystearic acid), and polyethylene imine



80480


Poly(6-morpholino-1,3,5-triazin-2,4-diyl)-[(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl)imino)]-hexamethylen-[(2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl)imino)] Average molecular weight not less than 2400 Da Residual content of morpholine ≤ 30 mg / kg, of N, N'-bis (2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidin-4-yl) hexane-1,6-diamine: <15000 mg / kg and of 2,4-dichloro-6-morpholino-1,3,5-triazine: ≤ 20 mg / kg



81500


polyvinylpyrrolidone
The substance shall meet the purity criteria set out in Commission Directive 96/77 / EC. (OJ L 339, 30.12.1996, p. 1)



83,595


Reaction product of di-tert-biphenyl butylphosphonite with the condensation of 2,4-di-tert-butylphenol with the Friedel Crafts reaction product of phosphorus trichloride with biphenylSammensætning: - 4,4'biphenylen-bis [0,0-bis (2,4- di-tert-butyl-phenyl) phosphonite] (CAS no. 38613-77-3) (36-46% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)) - 4,3'biphenylen-bis [0,0-bis (2,4-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) phosphonite] (CAS no. 118421-00-4) (17-23% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)) - 3,3'biphenylen-bis [ 0,0-bis (2,4-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) phosphonite] (CAS no. 118421-01-5) (1-5% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)) - 4-biphenylene bis [0,0-bis (2,4-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) phosphonite] (CAS no. 91362-37-7 (11-19% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)) - tris (2,4-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) phosphonite] CAS no. 31570-04-4) (9-18% (w / w quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)) - 4,4´-biphenylen-0,0-bis(2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl)phosphonat-0,0-bis(2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl)phosphonit(CAS-nr. 112949-97-0) (<5% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation)) Other specifications: - phosphorus: min. 5.4%, max. 5.9% - acid value: max. 10 mg KOH per. Gram melting range 85-110 ºC



88640


Epoxidised sojaolieOxiran <8%, iodine number <6



93450


Titanium dioxide, coated with a copolymer of n-octyltrichlorosilane and [aminotris (methylenephosphonic acid), penta sodium salt] The content of the surface treatment of the coated titanium dioxide is <1% w / w



95,858


Specifications:
- Average molecular weight not less than 350
- Min 2,5 cSt at 100 ° C
- Content of hydrocarbons with carbon number less than 25, less than 40% (w / w)



95859


Refined waxes derived from petroleum based or synthetic hydrocarbon feedstocks The product should have the following specifications:





-


Content of mineral hydrocarbons with carbon number less than 25, less than 5% (w / w)





-



Viscosity not less than 11 x 10-6 m2 / s (= 11 centistokes) at 100 oC





-


Average molecular weight not less than 500



95883


White paraffinic mineral oils obtained from petroleum must have the following specifications:





-


Content of mineral hydrocarbons with carbon number less than 25, less than 5% (w / w)





-


Viscosity not less than 8.5 x 10-6 m2 / s (= 8,5 centistokes) at 100 oC





-


Average molecular weight not less than 480





Appendix 7







Levels for lead and cadmium from ceramic and enamelled objects and glassware



Object *


lead


cadmium



Category I:



0.8 mg / dm2




0.07 mg / dm2




1


Objects that can not be filled.



0.8 mg / dm2




0.07 mg / dm2




2


Objects filled, the internal depth measured between the lowest point and the top edge horizontal plane is not more than 25 mm (flat products).



0.8 mg / dm2




0.07 mg / dm2




3


Articles intended for consumption by (mouth rim). **



0.8 mg / dm2




0.07 mg / dm2




Category II:


4.0 mg / l


0.3 mg / l



Objects that can be filled, with the exception of flat products (Category I, para. 2). **


4.0 mg / l


0.3 mg / l



Category III:


1.5 mg / l


0.1 mg / l



1


Cooking ware.


1.5 mg / l


0.1 mg / l



2


Packaging and containers with a content of more than 3 liters.


1.5 mg / l



0.1 mg / l



* When an object is provided with a lid, the container alone, and the lid inner surface is analyzed separately. The sum of the votes amounts of lead or cadmium (mg) related to the object's volume (1) (except genstadens surface dm2 for Cat. I).



** Mug and similar items for drinking must satisfy the requirements for Kat. In the submission from the mouth rim and the requirements for Kat. II.





Appendix 8
Additional documentation requirements for companies that bring materials and articles intended for contact with food in the deal


1) When materials and articles intended for contact with food is put on sale upstream from retailers they must be accompanied by a written statement that they are manufactured in accordance with the law for materials and articles intended for food contact , however, see no. 3 on ceramics.
2) When plastics -and articles which are intended to come into contact with food is put on sale upstream from retail, they shall be accompanied by a written statement. The written declaration shall permit an easy identification of the materials and articles or substances for which it is issued and shall be renewed when substantial changes in the production bring about changes in the migration or when new scientific data. The statement must contain the following information:

a) Name and address of the business operator which manufactures or imports the plastic materials or articles or the substances intended for the manufacturing of those materials and articles.
b) The identity of the materials, articles or substances intended for the manufacturing of those materials and articles.
c) Date of declaration.
d) confirmation that the plastic materials or articles meet relevant requirements in the notice and Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.
e) Relevant information on the substances used for which restrictions and / or specifications in this order so that the downstream business operators to ensure compliance with those restrictions.
f) Relevant information concerning the substances subject to a restriction in food, which is obtained by experimental data or theoretical calculation about the level of their specific migration and, where appropriate, purity criteria in accordance with Directive 95/31 / EC and 96/77 / EC so that the user of these materials or articles to comply with relevant legislation.
g) specifications on the use of the material or article, such .: i) the (n) food type (s) that / it is intended to come into contact with, ii) time and temperature of treatment and storage in contact with food iii) the ratio of surface area in contact with the food product and volume, which are used to establish that the material or article is in accordance with the claims.
h) When using a plastic functional barrier layer materials or objects must be in the written statement included a confirmation that the material or article complies with the requirements of this Order.


3) When ceramics, which are not yet in contact with food is put on sale these through retail accompanied by a written declaration in accordance with Article 16 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1935 / 2004. The written statement should make it easier to identify the goods for which it is issued and shall be renewed when substantial changes in the production bring about changes in the migration of lead and cadmium. The declaration must be issued by the manufacturer or by a seller established within the Community. The written statement must include the following information:

a) Name and address of the company which manufactures the finished ceramic article and of the importer who imports it into the Community.
b) the object's identity
c) Date of declaration
d) confirmation that the ceramic article meets relevant requirements in the notice and in regulation 1935/2004.
Annex 9
Lipophilic substances for which the FRF is applicable to







Ref. No.


CAS no.



Chemical name



31520


061167-58-6


2-tert-Butyl-6- (3-tert-butyl-2-hydroxy-5-methylbenzyl) -4-methylphenyl acrylate



31530


123968-25-2


2,4-Di-tert-pentyl-6- [1- (3,5-di-tert-pentyl-2-hydroxyphenyl) ethyl] phenyl acrylate



31,920


000103-23-1


Bis (2-ethylhexyl) adipate



34130


-


Alkyl, linear with even number of carbon atoms (C12-C20)
dimethylamines



38240


000119-61-9


benzophenone



38515


001533-45-5


4,4'-Bis (2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene



38560


007128-64-5


2,5-Bis (5-tert-butyl-2-benzoxazolyl) thiopen



38700


063397-60-4


Bis (2-carbobutoxyethyl) tin bis (isooctylmercaptoacetate)



38800


032687-78-8


N, N'-Bis (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionyl) hydrazide



38810


080693-00-1


Bis (2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenyl) pentaerythritol diphosphite



38820


026741-53-7


Bis (2,4-di-tert-butylphenyl) pentaerythritol diphosphite



38840


154862-43-8


Bis (2,4-dicumylphenyl) pentaerythritol



39,060


035958-30-6


1,1-Bis (2-hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butylphenyl) ethane



39,815


182121-12-6


9,9-bis (methoxymethyl) fluorene



39925


129228-21-3


3,3-Bis (methoxymethyl) -2,5-dimethylhexane



40000


000991-84-4


2,4-bis (octylmercapto) -6- (4-hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butylanilino) -1,3,5-triazine



40020



110553-27-0


2,4-Bis (octylthiomethyl) -6-methylphenol



40800


013003-12-8


4,4'-butylidene-bis (6-tert-butyl-3-methyl-phenyl-ditridecylphosphit)



42000


063438-80-2


(2-Carbobutoxyethyl) tin-tris (isooctylmercaptoacetate)



45450


068610-51-5


p-cresol-dicyclopentadiene-isobutylene copolymer



45,705


166412-78-8


1,2-cyclohexanedicarboxylic acid, diisononylester



46720


004130-42-1


2,6-Di-tert-butyl-4-ethylphenol



47540


027458-90-8


Di-tert-dodecyldisulfid



47600


084030-61-5


Di-n-dodecyl-bis (isooctylmercaptoacetate)



48800


000097-23-4


2,2'-Dihydroxy-5,5'-dichlorodiphenylmethane



48880


000131-53-3


2,2'-Dihydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone



49080


852282-89-4


N- (2,6-diisopropylphenyl) -6- [4- (1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl) phenoxy] -1H-benzo [de] isoquinoline-1,3 (2H) -dione



49,485


134701-20-5


2,4-Dimethyl-6- (1-methylpentadecyl) phenol



49,840


002500-88-1


Dioctadecyldisulphid



51680


000102-08-9


N, N'-Diphenylthiourinstof



52320


052047-59-3


2- (4-dodecylphenyl) indole



53200


023949-66-8


2-ethoxy-2'-ethyloxanilide



53,670


032509-66-3


Ethylene glycol bis [3,3-bis (3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) butyrate]



54300



118337-09-0


2,2'Ethyliden-bis (4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) fluorphosphonit



59120


023128-74-7


1,6-hexamethylene bis (3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionamide)



59200


035074-77-2


1,6-hexamethylene bis (3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate)



60320


070321-86-7


2- [2-Hydroxy-3,5-bis (1,1-dimethylbenzyl) phenyl] benzotriazole



60400


003896-11-5


2- (2'-hydroxy-3'-tert-butyl-5'-methylphenyl) -5-chlorobenzotriazole



60480


003864-99-1


2- (2-Hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butylphenyl) -5-chlorobenzotriazole



61,280


003293-97-8


2-Hydroxy-4-n-hexyloxybenzophenon



61360


000131-57-7


2-Hydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone



61600


001843-05-6


2-Hydroxy-4-n-octyloxybenzophenone



66360


085209-91-2


2 ', 2'-methylene-bis (4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) sodium phosphate



66400


000088-24-4


2,2'-methylene-bis (4-ethyl-6-tert-butylphenol)



66480


000119-47-1


2,2'-methylene-bis (4-methyl-6-tert-butylphenol)



66560


004066-02-8


2,2'-methylene-bis (4-methyl-6-cyclohexylphenol)



66580


000077-62-3


2,2'-methylene-bis [4-methyl-6 (1-methylcyclohexyl) phenol]



68,145


080410-33-9


2,2 ', 2 "-Nitrilo [triethyl-tris (3,3', 5,5'-tetra-tert-butyl-1,1'-biphenyl-2,2'-diyl) phosphite] || |


68320


002082-79-3


Octadecyl-3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate



68400


010094-45-8



Octadecylerucamid



69840


016260-09-6


oleyl palmitamide



71,670


178671-58-4


Pentaerythritol tetrakis (2-cyano-3,3-diphenylacrylate)



72081/10


-


Hydrocarbon resins crude oil (hydrogenated)



72,141


0018600-59-4


2,2 '- (1,4-Phenylene) bis (4H-3,1-benzoxazin-4-one)



72160


000948-65-2


2-phenylindole



72800


001241-94-7


2-ethylhexyl diphenyl phosphate



73160


-


Mono- and di-n-alkyl (C16 and C18) phosphates



74010


145650-60-8


Bis (2,4-di-tert-butyl-6-methylphenyl) ethyl



74400


-


Tris (nonyl and / or dinonylphenyl) phosphate



76,807


0007308-26-5


Polyester of adipic acid with butane-1,3-diol, propane-1,2-diol and 2-ethyl-1-hexanol



76866


-


Polyesters of 1,2-propanediol and / or 1,3- and / or 1,4-butanediol and / or polypropylene glycol with adipic acid, with acetic acid or fatty acids (C12-C18), or n-octanol and / or n-decanol in end terminal position



77440


-


Polyethylenglycoliricinoleat



78,320


009004-97-1


Polyethylenglycolmonoricinoleat



81200


071878-19-8


Poly[6-[1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)amino]-1,3,5-triazine-2,4-diyl]-[2,2,6,6-tetra-methyl-4-piperidyl)-imino]hexamethylen[2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl)imino]



83,599


068442-12-6


Reaction products of oleic acid, 2-mercaptoethyl with diclordimethyltin, sodium sulphide and triclormethyltin



83700


000141-22-0


ricinolic




84800


000087-18-3


4-tert-butylphenyl salicylate



92320


-


Tetradecyl-polyethylene glycol (EO = 3-8) of the glycolic ether



92,475


0203255-81-6


3,3 ', 5,5'-Tetrakis (tert-butyl) -2,2'-dihydroxybiphenyl, cyclic ester of [3- (3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-5-methylphenyl) propyl] oxyphosphonsyrling || |


92,560


038613-77-3


Tetrakis (2,4-di-tert-butyl-phenyl) -4,4'-biphenylylendiphosphonit



92700


078301-43-6


2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-20- (2,3-epoxy propyl) -7-oxa-3,20-diazadispiro- [5.1.11.2] -heneicosan-21-one, polymer



92800


000096-69-5


4,4'-thiobis (6-tert-butyl-3-methylphenol)



92880


041484-35-9


Triodiethanol-bis (3- (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate






93120 000123-28-4 | ||

Didodecylthiodipropionat



93280


000693-36-7


Dioctadecylthiodipropionat
| ||

95270





161717-32-4 2,4,6-tris (tert-butyl) phenyl-2-butyl 2-ethyl-1,3-propandiolphosphit






95280 040601-76-1 1,3,5


tris (4-tert-butyl-3-hydroxy-2,6-dimethylbenzyl) -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6 (1H, 3H, 5H) -trione

| 95360 ||






027676-62-6 1,3,5-Tris (3,5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzyl ) -1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6 (1H, 3H, 5H) -trione



95600


001843-03- 4


1,1,3-tris (2-methyl-4-hydroxy-5-tert-butylphenyl) butane




|| | Official notes

1) The Order contains provisions implementing parts of Council Directive 78/142 / EEC of 30 January 1978 on the approximation of laws relating to materials and articles containing monomer vinychlorid and which is intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Official Journal 1978 no. L 44, p. 15), parts of Council Directive 84/500 / EEC of 15 October 1984 on the approximation of laws relating to ceramic articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (EC -Tidende 1984 no. L 277, p. 12) as amended by Commission Directive 2005/31 / EC of 29 april 2005 amending Council Directive 84/500 / EEC as regards a declaration of conformity and requirements for analytical method for ceramic articles intended to come into contact with food (EU Official Journal. L 110, 30.04 2005, p. 36-39), Commission Directive 2007/42 / EC of 29 June 2007 on materials and articles of regenerated cellulose film intended to food contact (Official Journal 2007 no. L 172 p.71), and Commission Directive 2002/72 / EC of 6 august 2002 relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Official Journal 2002 no. L 221, p. 18), as amended by Commission Directive 2004/1 / EC of 6 January 2004 amending Directive 2002/72 / EC as regards the suspension of the use of azodidiocarbonamid as blowing agent (Official Journal 2004 no. L 7 d. 45), Commission Directive 2004/19 / EC of 1 March 2004 amending Directive 2002/72 / EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Official Journal 2004 no. L 17, p. 8), Commission Directive 2005/79 / EC of 18 november 2005 amending Directive 2002/72 / EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Official Journal 2005 no. L 302, p . 25), Commission Directive 2007/19 / EC of 2 april 2007 amending Directive 2002/72 / EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Official Journal 2007 no. L 97, p. 50) and Commission Directive 2008/39 / EC of 6 March 2008 amending Directive 2002/72 / EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Official Journal 2008 no. L 63, p. 6 ).