Decree Of 25 April 2008 Amending The Order Of 2 January 2003 Relating To Plastic Materials And Articles Placed Or Intended To Be In Contact With Foodstuffs, Food Products And Beverages

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translated texts European Directive No. 67-548 of 27 June 1967 THE COUNCIL ON THE APPROXIMATION OF LAWS, REGULATIONS AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE CLASSIFICATION, PACKAGING AND LABELLING OF DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES

European Directive No. 85-572 of 19 December 1985 No. 85572 FIXING THE LIST OF SIMULANTS USED TO CHECK THE MIGRATION OF CONSTITUENTS OF MATERIALS AND ARTICLES IN PLASTIC FOR CONTACTING THE FOOD

European Directive No. 2002-72 of 6 August 2002 2002/72 / EC OF THE COMMISSION of 6 August 2002 relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (Text with interest EEA relevance)

European Directive No. 2007-19 of 30 March 2007 the Commission amending Directive 2002/72 / EC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs and Directive 85 / 572 / EEC laying down the list of simulants to be used for testing migration of plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs
Summary


Transposition of Directives 67/548 / EEC of 27 June 1967, as amended; 85/572 / EEC of 19 December 1985; 2002/72 / EC of 6 August 2002 and 2007/19 / EC of 2 April 2007. Keywords


ECONOMY,
FOOD, FOOD PRODUCT
, FOODSTUFF
FOOD
CONSUMER PROTECTION,
CONSUMER PACKAGING
DRINK
, CONTACT
,
FOOD, MATERIAL
PLASTIC
CONTROL,
VERIFICATION, MIGRATION
, SIMULATOR
, IMPLEMENTATION OF DIRECTIVE CE
, UNDER RULES
EC, DIRECTIVE
EUROPEAN FULL IMPLEMENTATION
, EUROPEAN HARMONIZATION Corrigendum
| interministerial Order ||

JORF No. 0151 of June 29, 2008

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Decree of 25 April 2008 amending the order of 2 January 2003 relating to plastic materials and articles placed or intended to be in contact with foodstuffs, food products and beverages NOR
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ECEC0808113A ELI: http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2008/4/25/ECEC0808113A/jo/texte

The Minister of Economy, Industry and Employment, the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries and the Minister for Health, Youth, Sports and Associative life
Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food and repealing Directives 80/590 / EEC and 89/109 / EEC ;
Having regard to Directive 67/548 / EEC of 27 June 1967 amended on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labeling of dangerous substances;
Having regard to Directive 85/572 / EEC of 19 December 1985 laying down the list of simulants to be used for testing migration of plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs;
Having regard to Directive 91/321 / EEC of 14 May 1991 amended on infant formula and follow-on formulas;
Having regard to Directive 96/5 / EC of 16 February 1996 on processed cereal-based foods and baby foods for infants and young children, as amended by Directives 98/36 / EC of 2 June 1998 1999/39 / EC of 6 May 1999 and 2003/13 / EC of 10 February 2003;
Having regard to Directive 2002/72 / EC of 6 August 2002 relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs, as amended by Directives 2004/1 / EC of 6 January 2004, 2004/19 / EC of 1 March 2004 and 2005/79 / EC of 18 November 2005;
Having regard to 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 and Directive 85/572 / EEC laying down the list of simulants to be used for testing migration of plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs;
Given the Consumer Code, in particular Articles L. 214-1 and L. 214-2;
Considering Decree No. 92-631 of 8 July 1992 relating to materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs, products and beverages for human or animal;

Given the order of 2 January 2003 relating to plastic materials and articles placed or intended to be in contact with foodstuffs, beverages and foodstuffs amended by the Decrees of 29 March 2005 of 9 August 2005 and 19 October 2006
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Article 1
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Article 1 of the decree of January 2, 2003 aforementioned is amended as follows:
1. The first four paragraphs read as follows:
"This Order applies to plastic materials and articles which in the finished product state, are intended to be contacted or contacted, as intended, with food, following commodities:
- materials and articles and parts thereof consisting exclusively of plastics ;
- Materials and articles multilayer plastic;
- Plastic layers or plastic coating, forming gaskets in lids which, taken together, are composed of two or more layers of different types of materials ";
2. The last paragraph of Article 1 reads:
"This Order does not apply to materials and objects composed of two or more layers, at least not exclusively of plastic, even if the one intended to come into direct contact with foodstuffs does consist exclusively of plastics. "

Article 2
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After Article 1 of the same decree is inserted a first-section 1 reads:
"Art. 1-1. - For the purposes of this Order, the term:
- "plastic" the organic macromolecular compounds obtained by polymerization, polycondensation, polyaddition or any other similar process from molecules with a lower molecular weight or by chemical modification naturelles.D'autres macromolecules substances or matter may be added to such macromolecular compounds;
- "plastic multi-layer" a plastic material composed of two or more layers, each of which consists exclusively of plastics and which are interconnected together by means of adhesives or by any other means;
- "Plastic functional barrier" means a barrier consisting of one or more plastic layers to ensure that the material or article in its finished state comply with the provisions of Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No ° 1935/2004 and of this decree;
- "non-fatty foods" means foods for which in migration testing simulants other than simulant D are laid down in Directive 85/572 / EEC. "


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Article 2 of the Order is replaced by the following:
"Art. 2. The plastic materials and articles shall not transfer their constituents to foodstuffs in quantities exceeding 60 milligrams per kilogram of foodstuff or food simulant (mg / kg) (overall migration limit).
"This limit shall be 10 milligrams per square decimeter of surface of the material or article (mg / dm ²) in the following cases:
" - objects that are containers or are comparable to containers or which can be filled, with a capacity of less than 500 milliliters or more than 10 liters;
"- Objects such as sheets, films or other materials that can be filled and for which it is not possible to estimate the relationship between the surface of these materials or articles and the quantity of food to their contact.
"For materials and plastic articles intended to come into contact with or already in contact with food for infants and young children, the overall migration limit shall always be 60 mg / kg. For the purposes of this Order means:
"-" infants "means children under the age of twelve months;
" - "young children", children aged one to three years. "


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Article 4 of the Order is amended as follows:
1. Paragraph 2 is replaced by the following:
"However, can also be used, in accordance with national regulations, the additives on the list established by the Commission of the European Communities, pursuant to Article 4a of Directive 2002/72 of 6 August 2002 relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs. "

2. In paragraph 3, the date "30 June 2006" is replaced by the date "1 May 2008".


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Paragraph 2 of Article 4-1 is deleted.

Article 6
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After Article 4-2 of the same Decree, are inserted sections 4-3 to 4-5, read as follows:
"Art. 4-3. - The use of additives for the manufacture of plastic layers or plastic coatings in lids referred to in the fourth paragraph of Article 1 shall be subject to the following provisions:
- for additives listed in Chapter II of Annex, restrictions or specifications on their use set out in that Annex apply without prejudice to paragraph 3 of Article 4 of the order;
However, additives not listed in Chapter II of the Annex may continue to be used in accordance with the regulations;
- Additives for the manufacture of plastic layers or plastic coatings, forming gaskets in lids referred to in the fourth paragraph of Article 1 may continue to be used if they have been a favorable opinion of the higher public health Council of France or the French Agency for food safety, pending a decision by the Authority.
"Art. 4-4. - The use of additives exclusively acting as polymerisation not intended to remain in the finished object to the state for the production of materials and plastic objects is performed under the following conditions: || | - for aids to polymerisation listed in chapter II of the Annex, restrictions or specifications on their use set out in that Annex shall apply, without prejudice to paragraph 3 of Article 4 notwithstanding the paragraph 1 of Article 4 and Article 4-1; unlisted polymerization auxiliary in Chapter II of the Annex may continue to be used if they have been subject to a favorable opinion of the High Council of Public Hygiene of France or the French Agency for Food Safety food, pending a decision by the European authority;
- Notwithstanding Article 4-2 above polymerization auxiliaries may continue to be used if they have been subject to a favorable opinion of the High Council of Public Hygiene of France or the French Agency for food safety, pending a decision by the European authority.
"Art. 4-5. - The use of azodicarbonamide, under reference number 36640 CAS No. 000123-77-3 in the manufacture of plastic materials and articles is prohibited. "


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After the last paragraph of Article 7 of the same decree is added a paragraph:
"For materials and plastic articles intended to come into contact with or already in contact with foods for infants and young children, the LMS shall always be applied as mg / kg. "

Article 8
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After Article 7 of the same decree is inserted Article 7-1 states:
"Art. 7-1. - I. - In plastic multi-layer material or article, the composition of each plastic layer conforms to the provisions of this Order.
"II. - However, a layer that is not in direct contact with food and is separated by a functional barrier plastic can, provided that the material or article in its finished state meets the specific migration limits and global fixed in this order:
"1 do not comply with the restrictions and specifications set in this order;
"2. Being manufactured with substances listed in this order that may not comply with the restrictions and specifications set in this Order;
"3. Being manufactured with substances other than those listed in this Order or who have been the subject of a favorable opinion from the Higher Public Health Council of France or the French Security Agency health foods.

"III. - Migration of the substances mentioned in 2 ° of II in the food or simulant shall not exceed 0, 01mg / kg, measured with statistical certainty by a method of analysis in accordance with Article 11 of Regulation (EC) No 882 / 2004. This limit is always expressed as concentration in foods or simulants. It 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 set-off transfer.
"IV. - The substances mentioned in paragraphs 2 and 3 of II do not belong to one of the following categories:
- substances classified as "carcinogenic", "mutagenic" or "toxic to reproduction", or suspected to be, in Annex I to Directive 67/548 / EEC;
- substances classified under the self-responsibility criteria as "carcinogenic", "mutagenic" or "toxic to reproduction" in accordance with of Annex VI to Directive 67/548 / EEC. "

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Article 8 is amended as follows: 1
In paragraph 6, the words "paragraph 1" are replaced by the words "paragraph 1";
At the end of Article 8 of the same decree is added a paragraph:
"Without prejudice to paragraph 1, for phthalates (reference numbers 74640, 74880, 74560, 75100, 75105 ) mentioned in section B of chapter II of the Annex, the monitoring of compliance with the LMS is performed using the food simulants. However, verification of this LMS can be performed using a commodity, provided that it has not already been in contact with the material or article and that this commodity has itself been the subject of a search for the presence of phthalates and the result of this measure is not statistically significant or is not greater than or equal to the limit of quantification. "

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Article 9 of the Order is replaced by the following:
"Art. 9. - In the marketing stages other than retail, materials and plastic objects and substances for the manufacture of those materials and articles must be accompanied by a written declaration in conformity with Article 16 of Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004
This declaration is made by the operator and shall contain the information contained in chapter VI-1 of the annexe.L'exploitant makes available of control officers, at their request, appropriate documentation demonstrating that materials and articles and substances intended for use in the manufacture of those materials and articles comply with the provisions of this order. This documentation shows the conditions and results of testing, calculations, other analysis, and evidence on the safety or reasoning demonstrating compliance. "

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The schedule to the Order is replaced by the Annex hereto.

Article 12
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It is prohibited to manufacture, import into the Community of lids containing a gasket which do not meet the restrictions and specifications provided for the EEC reference numbers 30340, 30401, 36640, 56800, 76815, 76866, 88640 and 93760, by this order.
It is prohibited to manufacture, import into the Community of plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs do not comply with restrictions and specifications for phthalates referred to the EEC reference numbers 74560, 74640 , 74880, 75100 and 75105, under this decree.
The provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2 come into force on 1 July 2008.
However, plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs comply with the order of 2 January 2003 in its current version can be manufactured and imported into the European Community until 1 May 2009. "

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The Director General of Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control, the Director General of Health, the Director General of the Food and general manager of the companies are responsible, each regards, the implementation of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Appendix


ANNEX



Chapter I List of monomers and other starting substances which may be used to manufacture plastic materials and articles General Introduction

1. This appendix contains the list of monomers or other starting substances. The list includes:
- substances for the manufacture of organic macromolecular compounds by polymerization, polycondensation, polyaddition or any other similar process;
- Macromolecular substances, natural or synthetic, used in the manufacture of modified macromolecules substances, if the monomers or other starting substances required to synthesise them are not included in the list;
- Substances used to modify existing macromolecular substances, natural or synthetic.
2. The following substances are not included even if they are intentionally used and are authorized:
a) salts (including double salts and acid salts) of aluminum, ammonium, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts of the acids, phenols or alcohols authorized. However, the acid containing designations (s) ... salts' appear in the lists if the corresponding free acid or acids are not included;
B) salts (including double salts and acid salts) of zinc acids, phenols or alcohols allowed. For these salts a Group SML equal to 25 mg / kg (expressed as Zn) apply. The restriction provided for zinc (Zn) also applies:
1. For substances whose name contains acid (s) ... salts "which appear in the lists if the corresponding free acid or acids n 'are not included;
2. For substances referred to in note 38 of Chapter V of this Annex. 3
. The list does not include the following substances although they may be present:
a) substances which could be present in the finished product, such as:
- impurities of the substances used;
- Reaction intermediates;
- Decomposition products;
B) oligomers and macromolecular substances, natural or synthetic, and their mixtures, if the monomers or starting substances required to synthesise them are listed;
C) mixtures of the authorized substances.
The materials and articles which contain the substances indicated under a, b and c must satisfy the requirements of Article 3 of Decree No. 92-631 of 8 July 1992 referred to above.
4. Substances shall be of good technical quality as regards the purity criteria.
5. The list contains the following information:
Column 1 (Reference number): EEC reference number in the field of packaging materials, substances on the list;
Column 2 (CAS No): the CAS number (Chemical Abstracts Service);
Column 3 (Name): the chemical name;
Column 4 (Restrictions and / or specifications). They may include:
- specific migration limit (SML) in food or liquid simulator;
- Specific migration limit in food or liquid simulator, expressed to the group or the sum of the substances [SML (T)];
- The maximum permissible residual quantity of substance in the finished material or article (QM);
- The maximum permissible residual quantity of substance in the material or article, expressed to the group or the sum of the substances [QM (T)];
- The maximum permissible residual quantity of substance in the material or article expressed as mg per 6 dm ² surface in contact with foodstuffs (QMA);
- The maximum permissible residual quantity of substance in the material or article expressed in mg of the group or the sum of the substances given to 6 dm² of the surface in contact with foodstuffs [QMS (T)];
- Any other restriction specifically mentioned;
- Any specification for 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 applying to this substance shall be those indicated for the individual compound.
7. Where there is inconsistency between the CAS number and the chemical name, chemical name is prioritaire.S'il is a contradiction between the CAS number reported in EINECS (European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances) and the CAS Registry, the CAS registry number is applicable.

8. For the purposes of this Order, the specific migration of the substance or its residual amount in the material should be determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method.
9. A number of abbreviations or expressions are used in column 4 of the table. Their meaning is:
DL = detection limit of the analytical method;
FP = finished material or article;
NCO = isocyanate group;
ND = not detectable. For the purposes of this Order, not detectable "means that the substance should not be detected by a validated method of analysis which should detect the specified detection limit. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method;
QM = maximum permitted quantity of residual substance in the material or article. For the purposes of this Order, the amount of the substance in the material or object is determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method;
QM (T) = maximum permitted quantity of residual substance in the finished material or article expressed as total of moiety or or of the substances. For the purposes of this Order, the amount of the substance in the material or article should be determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method;
QMS = maximum permitted quantity of residual substance in the finished material or article expressed as mg per 6 dm² of the surface in contact with foodstuffs. For the purposes of this Order, the amount of the substance in the material or article should be determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method;
QMS (T) = maximum permitted quantity of residual substance in the finished material or article expressed as mg of total of moiety or the substance indicated per 6 dm² of the surface in contact with foodstuffs. For the purposes of this Order, the amount of the substance in the material or article should be determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method;
SML = specific migration limit in food or in food simulant, unless it is specified otherwise. For the purposes of this Order, the specific migration of the substance should be determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method;
SML (T) = specific migration limit in food or in food simulant expressed as total of moiety or or of the substances. For the purposes of this Order, the specific migration of the substance should be determined by a validated method of analysis. If such a method does not currently exist, an analytical method with appropriate performance characteristics at the specified limit may be used, pending the development of a validated method.

Section A List of authorized monomers and other starting substances

NUMBER reference (1)

NUMBER CAS (2) NAME

(3) | || RESTRICTIONS AND / OR SPECIFICATIONS
(4) 10030


000514-10-3 abietic acid. 10060 000075-07-0


Acetaldehyde.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (2). 10090


000064-19-7 Acetic acid. 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.
QMS (T) = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² (27).
10599/91 061788-89-4

dimers of unsaturated fatty acids (C18) Non-distilled.
QMS (T) = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² (27).
10599 / 92A 068783-41-5

hydrogenated dimers of unsaturated fatty acids (C18) distilled.
QMS (T) = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² (27).
10599/93 068783-41-5

hydrogenated dimers of unsaturated fatty acids (C18) Non-distilled.
QMS (T) = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² (27). 10630


000079-06-1 Acrylamide.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg). 10660 015214-89-8


acid 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonic acid.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 10690


000079-10-7 Acrylic acid.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 10750 002495-35-4


benzyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 10780 000141-32-2


acrylate n-butyl.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 10810


002998-08-5 sec-butyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 10840 001663-39-4


acrylate tert-butyl.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11005


012542-30-2 Acrylate dicyclopentenyl.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 11245


002156-97-0 dodecyl acrylate.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg (1). 11470 000140-88-5


Ethyl Acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11500 000103-11-7


acrylate 2-ethylhexyl acrylate.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 11510


000818-61-1 hydroxyethyl acrylate.
See ethyleneglycol monoacrylate ". 11530 000999-61-1


acrylate and 2-hydroxypropyl.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² for the sum of acrylate, 2-hydroxypropyl acrylate and 2-hydroxyisopropyl, as specified in Chapter IV. 11590


000106-63-8 isobutyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11680 000689-12-3


isopropyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11710 000096-33-3


methyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11830


000818-61-1 ethylene glycol monoacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11890 002499-59-4


acrylate, n-octyl.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 11980


000925-60-0 propyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (36). 12100


000107-13-1 Acrylonitrile.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 020 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 12130


000124-04-9 Adipic acid. 12265


004074-90-2 divinyl adipate.
QM = 5 mg / kg of PF. Only as co-monomer. 12280


002035-75-8 Adipic Anhydride.

12310 Albumin.

12340 Albumin, coagulated by formaldehyde.

12375 monohydric aliphatic saturated, linear, primary (C4-C22). 12670 002855-13-2


1-amino-3-aminomethyl-3, 5, 5-trimethylcyclohexane.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 12761


Acid 000693-57-2 12-aminododecanoic.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 12763


000141-43-5 2-aminoethanol.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg.A not use in polymers contacting foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D and for indirect food contact behind a PET layer. 12765 084434-12-8


N- (2-aminoethyl) sodium -beta-alaninate.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 12786


000919-30-2 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane.
Residual extractable content of 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane to be less than 3 mg / kg charge.A used only in the treatment to enhance the surface reactivity of inorganic fillers. 12788


002432-99-7 11-aminoundecanoic acid.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 12789


007664-41-7 Ammonia. 12820


000123-99-9 azelaic acid. 12970


004196-95-6 Azelaic anhydride. 13000


001477-55-0 1, 3-benzenedimethanamine.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 13060 004422-95-1


Trichloride the acid 1, 3, 5-benzenetricarboxylic.
QMA = 0, 05 mg / dm² 6 (calculated as acid 1, 3, 5-benzene-tricarboxylic acid). 13075


000091-76-9 benzoguanamine. See
2, 4-diamino-6-phenyl-1, 3, 5-triazine. " 13090


000065-85-0 benzoic acid. 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- (ethoxycarbonyl) -phenyl] -1, 4, 5, 8-naphtalènetétra-carboxidiimide.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. Purity 98, 1% (w / w) .A used only as monomer (max. 4%) for polyesters (PET, PBT). 13323


000102-40-9 1, 3-bis (2-hydroxyethoxy) benzene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 13326


Ether 000111-46-6 bis (2-hydroxyethyl).
See Diethylene glycol ". 13380 000077-99-6


2, 2-bis (hydroxymethyl) -1-butanol.
See 1, 1, l-trimethylolpropane. "
13390


000105-08-8 1, 4-bis (hydroxymethyl) cyclohexane. 13395


004767-03-7 Acid 2, 2-bis (hydroxymethyl) propionic acid.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 13480 000080-05-7


2, 2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (28). 13510


Ether 001675-54-3 bis (2, 3-epoxypropyl) of 2, 2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane (= Badge).
In accordance with current regulations concerning the use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs. 13530


038103-06-9 Bis (phthalic anhydride) of 2, 2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 13550


Ether 000110-98-5 bis (hydroxypropyl).
See Dipropylene glycol ". 13560


005124-30-1 Bis (4-isocyanatocyclohexyl) methane.
View 4, 4'-dicyclohexylmethane diisocyanate. " 13600 047465-97-4


3, 3-bis (3-methyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) 2-indolinone.
SML = 1, 8 mg / kg.
13607 000080-05-7


Bisphenol A. See 2, 2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane. " 13610


Ether 001675-54-3 bis (2, 3-epoxypropyl) bisphenol
See Ether bis (2, 3-epoxypropyl) of 2, 2-bis (4- hydroxyphenyl) propane. " 13614 038103-06-9


bis (phthalic anhydride) of bisphenol A. See
bis (phthalic anhydride) of 2, 2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane. "
13617 000080-09-1


Bisphenol S. See 4, 4'-dihydroxydiphenyl. " 13620


010043-45-3 boric acid.
LMS m = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) without prejudice to the provisions of Decree No. 2001-1220 of 20 December 2001 on water intended for human consumption, excluding mineral waters natural. 13630


000106-99-0 butadiene.
QM = 1 mg / kg in FP or SML = not detectable (LOD = 0, 020 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 13690


000107-88-0 1, 3-butanediol. 13720


000110-63-4 1, 4-butanediol.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (24). 13780 002425-79-8


ether bis (2, 3-epoxypropyl) of 1, 4-butanediol.
QM = 1 mg / kg of PF (expressed as epoxy group, M = 43 g / mol). 13810


000505-65-7 1, 4-butanediol formal.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 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.
QMS = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / 6 dm ²). Only as a comonomer for 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, sodium salt.
SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (5) (in caprolactam). 14260


000502-44-3 Caprolactone.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg (expressed as the sum of caprolactone and 6-hydroxyhexanoic acid). 14320


000124-07-2 Caprylic acid. 14350


000630-08-0 carbon monoxide. 14380 000075-44-5


carbonyl chloride.
QM = 1 mg / kg of PF. 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 Epichlorhydrine ". 14650


000079-38-9 chlorotrifluoroethylene.
QMS = 0, 5 mg / 6 dm ². 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 acid.
QMS (T) = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² (33). 14841 000599-64-4


4-cumylphenol.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 14880


000105-08-8 1, 4-cyclohexanedimethanol.
View, 4-bis (hydroxymethyl) cyclohexane). " 14950


003173-53-3 cyclohexyl Isocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg of PF (expressed as NCO) (26). 15030


000931-88-4 cyclooctene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. Only for polymers contacting foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant A. 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-decene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 15250


000110-60-1 1, 4-diaminobutane. 15267


000080-08-0 4, 4'-diaminodiphenylsulfone.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 15272


000107-15-3 1, 2-diaminoethane.
See Ethylenediamine. " 15274


000124-09-4 1, 6-diaminohexane.
See Hexamethylenediamine ". 15310


000091-76-9 2, 4-diamino-6-phenyl-l, 3, 5-triazine.
QMS = 5 mg / 6 dm ².
15565
000106-46-7

l, 4-dichlorobenzene.
SML = 12 mg / kg. 15610 000080-07-9


4, 4'-dichlorodiphenyl sulfone.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 15700 005124-30-1


4, 4'-dicyclohexylmethane diisocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26). 15760 000111-46-6


Diethylene glycol.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (3). 15790


000111-40-0 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
l, 4-dihydroxybenzene.
SML = 0, 6 mg / kg. 15970


000611-99-4 4, 4'-dihydroxybenzophenone.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15). 16000


000092-88-6 4, 4'-dihydroxydiphenyl.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 16090


000080-09-1 4, 4'-dihydroxydiphenyl.
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 in polyamides. 16240 000091-97-4


3, 3'-dimethyl-4, 4'-biphényldiisocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed NCQ) (26). 16360


000576-26-1 2, 6-dimethylphenol.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 16390 000126-30-7


2, 2-dimethyl-l, 3-propanediol.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 16450


000646-06-0 1, 3-dioxolane.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 16480


000126-58-9 Dipentaerythritol. 16540


000102-09-0 diphenyl.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 16570


004128-73-8 4, 4'-diphenyletherdiisocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26). 16600 005873-54-1


2, 4'-diphenylmethane diisocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26). 16630 000101-68-8


4, 4'-diphenylmethane diisocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26). 16650


000127-63-9 Diphénylsulphone.
SML = 3 mg / kg (25). 16660


000110-98-5 Dipropylene glycol. 16690


001321-74-0 Divinylbenzene.
QMS = 0, 01 mg / 6 dm ² or SML = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included) for the sum of divinylbenzene and ethylvinylbenzene and in compliance with the specifications laid down in Chapter IV. 16694


013811-50-2 N, N'-divinyl-2-imidazolidinone.
QM = 5 mg / kg of PF. 16697


000693-23-2 dodecanedioic acid. 16704


000112-41-4 1-dodecene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 16750


000106-89-8 Epichlorhydrine.
QM = 1 mg / kg of PF. 16780


000064-17-5 Ethanol. 16950


000074-85-1 Ethylene. 16955 000096-49-1


ethylene carbonate.
Residual content = 5 mg / kg of hydrogel at a maximum ratio of 10 g of hydrogel to 1 kg of aliments.L'hydrolysat contains 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 ethyleneimine.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg). 17020 000075-21-8


ethylene oxide.
QM = 1 mg / kg of PF. 17050 000104-76-7


2-ethyl-1-hexanol.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 17110


016219-75-3 5-ethylidènebicyclo [2. 2. 1] hept-2-ene.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ²; the surface / quantity of food is less than 2 dm ² / 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


fatty acids of soybean oil. 17230


061790-12-3 Fatty acids, tall. 17260


000050-00-0 Formaldehyde.
SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (22). 17290


000110-17-8 fumaric acid. 17530


000050-99-7 Glucose. 18010


000110-94-1 Glutaric acid. 18070


000108-55-4 glutaric anhydride. 18100


000056-81-5 Glycerol. 18220


068564-88-5 acid N-heptylaminoundécanoïque.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg (1). 18250


Acid 000115-28-6 hexachloroendométhylènetétrahydrophthalique.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg). 18280


Anhydride 000115-27-5 hexachloroendométhylènetétrahydrophthalique.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg). 18310


036653-82-4 1-hexadecanol. 18430


000116-15-4 Hexafluoropropylene.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg). 18460


000124-09-4 Hexamethylenediamine.
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) (as formaldehyde).

18700 000629-11-8

1, 6-hexanediol.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 18820 000592-41-6


1-hexene.
LMS = 3 mg / kg. 18867 000123-31-9


Hydroquinone.
View 1, 4-Dihydroxybenzene ". 18880


000099-96-7 p-hydroxy acid. 18896 001679-51-2


4- (hydroxymethyl) cyclohexene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 18897 016712-64-4


acid 6-hydroxy-2-napthalènecarboxylique.
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 ether.
QM = 5 mg / kg of PF. 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 acid.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 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 acid. 19460


000050-21-5 lactic acid. 19470


000143-07-7 Lauric acid. 19480 002146-71-6


vinyl 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). 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 methacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 20110 000097-88-1


Butyl methacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 20140


002998-18-7 sec-butyl methacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 20170 000585-07-9


methacrylate tert-butyl.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 20260


000101-43-9 cyclohexyl methacrylate.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 20410


002082-81-7 dimethacrylate 1, 4-butanediol.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 20440 000097-90-5


dimethacrylate ethylene glycol (diester of methacrylic acid with ethylene glycol).
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 20530 002867-47-2


methacrylate 2- (dimethylamino) ethyl.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 20590 000106-91-2


methacrylate 2, 3-epoxypropyl.
QMS = 0, 02 mg / 6 dm ². 20890


000097-63-2 ethyl methacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 21010


Methacrylate 000097-86-9 isobutyl.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 21100


Methacrylate 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 monomethacrylate of ethylene glycol.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 21280


002177-70-0 phenyl methacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 21340


002210-28-8 propyl methacrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 21370 010585-80-9


methacrylate 2-sulfoethyl.
QMS = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / 6 dm ²). 21400 054276-35-6


sulfopropyl methacrylate.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 21460


000760-93-0 methacrylic anhydride.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (37). 21490


000126-98-7 Methacrylonitrile.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 020 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 21520 001561-92-8


sodium methallyl sulfonate.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 21550


000067-56-1 Methanol. 21640


000078-79-5 2-methyl-1, 3-butadiene.
QM = 1 mg / kg in FP or SML = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 21730


000563-45-1 3-methyl-1-butene.
QMS = 0, 006 mg / 6 dm ². Only for polypropylene. 21765 106246-33-7


4, 4'-méthyiènebis (3-chloro-2, 6-diethylaniline).
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 21821 000505-65-7


1, 4- (methylenedioxy) butane.
View 1, 4-butanediol formal. "

21940 000924-42-5
N-methylolacrylamide.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg). 21970 000923-02-4


N-methylol methacrylamide.
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 1, 6-diamino-2, 2, 4-trimethylhexane
(35-45% w / w) and
1, 6 diamino-2, 4, 4-trimethylhexane (55-65% w / w).
QMS = 5 mg / 6 dm ².
22232
-
mixture of 2, 2, 4-trimethyl-hexane-1, 6-diisocyanate

(40% w / w) and 2, 4, 4-trimethyl
hexane-1, 6-diisocyanate (60% w / w).
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26). 22350 000544-63-8


Myristic acid. 22360


001141-38-4 acid 2, 6-naphthalene.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 22390


000840-65-3 2, 6-naphthalenedicarboxylate dimethyl.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 22420


003173-72-6 1, 5-naphthalènediisocyanate.
QM (T) = 1 mg / kg (expressed as NCO) (26). 22437


000126-30-7 neopentylglycol.
View 2, 2-dimethyl-1, 3-propanediol. " 22450


009004-70-0 nitrocellulose. 22480


000143-08-8 1-Nonanol. 22550


000498-66-8 Norbornene.
See Bicyclo (2. 2. 1) hept-2-ene. " 22570


000112-96-9 Isocyanate octadecyl.
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. 22775


000144-62-7 Oxalic acid.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (29). 22778


007456-68-0 4, 4'-oxybis (benzènesulfonylazide).
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 22780


000057-10-3 palmitic acid.

22840 000115-77-5 Pentaerythritol
. 22870


000071-41-0 1-Pentanol. 22900


000109-67-1 1-Pentene.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 22932


Ether 001187-93-5 perfluorométhylperfluoro vinyl.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg.A used only for release coatings. 22937


Ether 001623-05-8 perfluoropropylperfluoro vinyl.
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


acid (1, 3-phenylenedioxy) diacetic.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 23155


000075-44-5 Phosgene.
See carbonyl chloride ". 23170


007664-38-2 Phosphoric acid. 23175


000122-52-1 Triethyl phosphite.
QM = ND (DL = 1 mg / kg PF).

23187 Phthalic acid.
See terephthalic acid ". 23200 000088-99-3


o-phthalic acid. 23230


000131-17-9 diallyl phthalate.
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. 23547


009016-00-6 Polydimethylsiloxane (pm> 6800).
To specifications given in Chapter IV.

23590 063148-62-9 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. 23830 000067-63-0


2-propanol. 23860


000123-38-6 Propionaldehyde. 23890


000079-09-4 propionic acid. 23920


000105-38-4 vinyl propionate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (2) (expressed as acetaldehyde). 23950


000123-62-6 propionic anhydride. 23980


000115-07-1 Propylene. 24010


000075-56-9 propylene oxide.
QM = 1 mg / kg of PF. 24051


000120-80-9 catechol.
View 1, 2-benzenediol. " 24057


000089-32-7 pyromellitic anhydride.
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 diglycidyl ether of resorcinol.
QMS = 0, 005 mg / 6 dm ².A not use in polymers contacting foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D and for indirect food contact behind the layer PET. 24100


008050-09-7 Rosin. 24130


008050-09-7 gum rosin.
See Rosin ". 24160


008052-10-6 tall oil resin. 24190


065997-05-9 wood resin.
Rosin View "(No. ref. 24100). 24250


009006-04-6 natural rubber. 24270


000069-72-7 salicylic acid. 24280


000111-20-6 sebacic acid. 24430


Anhydride 002561-88-8 sebacic. 24475


001313-82-2 sodium sulfide. 24490


000050-70-4 Sorbitol. 24520 008001-22-7


Soybean oil. 24540


009005-25-8 food starch. 24550


000057-11-4 stearic acid. 24610 000100-42-5


Styrene. 24760


Acid 026914-43-2 styrene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 24820


000110-15-6 succinic acid. 24850


000108-30-5 succinic anhydride. 24880


000057-50-1 Sucrose. 24886 046728-75-0


monolithium salt of 5-sulfoisophthalic acid.

SML = 5 mg / kg and for lithium SML = 0, 06 mg / kg (8) expressed as lithium. 24887


006362-79-4 5-sulfoisophthalic acid monosodium salt.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 24888


003965-55-7 5-sulfoisophthalate dimethyl, monosodium salt.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 24903 hydrogenated


068425-17-2 Syrups from hydrolysed starch.
Compliance with the specifications in Chapter IV.

24910 000100-21-0 Terephthalic Acid
.
SML = 7, 5 mg / kg. 24940 000100-20-9


dichloride of terephthalic acid.
SML (T) = 7, 5 mg / kg (expressed as terephthalic acid). 24970 000120-61-6


Terephthalate dimethyl. 25080


001120-36-1 1-tetradecene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 25090


000112-60-7 Tetraethylene. 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 TrialkyI (C5-C15) that 2, 3-epoxypropyl.
QM = 1 mg / kg FP (expressed as Epoxy group, mw = 43).

TrialkyI 25380 (C7-C17) vinyl acetate (= vinyl versatate).
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 25385


000102-70-5 Triallyamine.
To specifications given in Chapter IV. 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 acid.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (35). 25550


000528-44-9 trimellitic anhydride.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (35) (expressed as trimellitic acid). 25600


000077-99-6 1, 1, 1-trimethylolpropane.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 25840 003290-92-4


Trimethylolpropane 1, 1, 1-trimethylolpropane.
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 of PF. Only for polycarbonates. 25960


000057-13-6 Urea. 26050 000075-01-4


vinyl chloride.
According to the Decree of 30 January 1984 relating to materials and articles containing vinyl chloride monomer and intended to come into contact with foodstuffs, food products and beverages. 26110 000075-35-4


vinylidene chloride.
QM = 5 mg / kg in FP or SML = ND (DL = 0, 05 mg / kg). 26140 000075-38-7


vinylidene fluoride.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 26155 001072-63-5


1-vinylimidazole.
QM = 5 mg / kg of PF. 26170


003195-78-6 N-vinyl-N-methylacetamide.
QM = 2 mg / kg of PF. 26320


002768-02-7 vinyltrimethoxysilane.
QM = 5 mg / kg of PF. 26360


007732-18-5 water.
According to Decree No. 2001-1220 of 20 December 2001 on water intended for human consumption, excluding natural mineral waters.

Section B List of monomers and other starting substances which may continue to be used
pending a decision on their inclusion in Section A NUMBER

reference || | (1)

NUMBER CAS (2) NAME

(3)
RESTRICTIONS AND / OR SPECIFICATIONS
(4)

13050 000528-44- 9
acid 1, 2, 4-benzenetricarboxylic.
See trimellitic acid. " 15730


000077-73-6 Dicyclopentadiene. 18370


000592-45-0 1, 4-hexadiene. 26230 000088-12-0


vinylpyrrolidone.
Chapter II
list of additives which may be used in the manufacture
plastic materials and articles
General Introduction
1. This appendix contains the list:
a) substances incorporated in the plastic to change the specifications of the finished product, including polymer additives "and remain in the finished product;
B) promoting substances polymerization.
For the purposes of this Annex, the substances referred to in points a and b are hereinafter additives'.

For the purposes of this Annex, the term polymeric additives' means any polymer and / or prepolymer and / or oligomer which may be added to plastics to achieve a technical effect but which can not be used in the absence of other polymers as the main structural component of finished materials and articles. They also include substances that can be added to the polymerization medium.
The list does not include:
a) the substances which directly influence the formation of polymers;
B) colorants;
C) solvents.
2. The following substances are not included even if they are intentionally used and are authorized:
c) salts (including double salts and acid salts) of aluminum, ammonium, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts of the acids, phenols or alcohols authorized. However, the acid containing designations (s) ... salts' appear in the lists if the corresponding free acid or acids are not included;
D) salts (including double salts and acid salts) of zinc acids, phenols or alcohols allowed. For these salts a Group SML equal to 25 mg / kg (expressed as Zn) apply. The restriction for zinc (Zn) also applies:
1. For substances whose name contains acid (s) ... salts "which appear in the lists if the corresponding free acid or acids n 'are not included;
2. For substances referred to in note 38 of Chapter V of this Annex. 3
. The list does not include the following substances although they may be present:
a) substances that may be contained in the finished product, such as:
- impurities in the substances used;
- Reaction intermediates;
- Decomposition products.
B) mixtures of the authorized substances.
The materials and articles which contain the substances indicated in points a and b must satisfy the requirements of Article 3 of Decree No. 92-631 of 8 July 1992 referred to above.
4. Substances shall be of good technical quality as regards the purity criteria.
5. The list contains the following information:
Column 1 (Reference number): EEC reference number in the field of packaging materials, substances on the list;
Column 2 (CAS No): the CAS number (Chemical Abstracts Service);
Column 3 (Name): the chemical name;
Column 4 (Restrictions and / or specifications). They may include:
- specific migration limit (SML) in food or liquid simulator;
- Specific migration limit in food or liquid simulator, expressed to the group or the sum of the substances, SML (T);
- The maximum amount of the substance allowed in the finished material or article (QM);
- The maximum quantity of authorized substance in the material or article, expressed to the group or the sum of the substances, QM (T);
- The maximum quantity of authorized substance in the material or article expressed as mg per 6 dm ² surface in contact with foodstuffs (QMA);
- The maximum quantity of authorized substance in the material or article expressed in mg, of the group or the sum of the substances to 6 dm² of the surface in contact with foodstuffs, QMS (T);
- Any other restriction specifically mentioned;
- Any specification for 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 applying to this substance shall be those indicated for the individual compound.
7. Where there is inconsistency between the CAS number and the chemical name, chemical name is prioritaire.S'il is a contradiction between the CAS number reported in EINECS (European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances) and the CAS Registry, the CAS registry number is applicable.

Section A List of authorized additives NUMBER


reference (1)

NUMBER CAS (2) NAME

(3)
RESTRICTIONS AND / OR SPECIFICATIONS
(4) 30,000


000064-19-7 acetic acid. 30045


000123-86-4 Butyl acetate. 30080


004180-12-5 copper acetate.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper). 30140


000141-78-6 Ethyl acetate. 30280


000108-24-7 Acetic anhydride. 30295


000067-64-1 Acetone. 30340


330198-91-9 12- (acetoxy) stearate 2, 3-bis (acetoxy) propyl.

Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 30370

-
acetylacetic acid, salts. 30401

-
Mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, acetylated.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 30610

-
Acids, C2-C24, aliphatic, linear,
monocarboxylic from natural oils and fats
and mono-, di- and triesters of glycerol
(including branched fatty acids
amounts naturally present).
30612
-
acids, C2-C24, aliphatic, linear, monocarboxylic, synthetic, and their mono-, di- and triesters of glycerol.

30960 Esters of aliph acids. monocarb. (C6-C22) with polyglycerol.

31328 fatty acids from oils and animal or vegetable fats. 31530 123968-25-2


Acrylate 2, 4-di-tert-pentyl-6- [1- (3, 5-di-tert-pentyl-2-hydroxyphenyl) ethyl] phenyl .
SML = 5 mg / kg. 31542 174254-23-0


Methyl acrylate, telomer with 1-dodecanethiol, alkyl esters of C16-C18.
QM = 0, 5% (w / w) in the PF. 31730


000124-04-9 Adipic acid.

33120 monohydric aliph. sat., linear, primary (C4-C24). 33350


009005-32-7 alginic acid.
33801
acid n-alkyl (C10-C13) benzene.
SML = 30 mg / kg.

34281 alkyl acids (C8-C22) sulfuric linear, primary with an even number of carbon atoms.

34475 hydroxyphosphite aluminum and calcium hydrate.

Aluminium 34480 (fibers, flakes, powders). 34560


021645-51-2 Aluminium hydroxide. 34690 011097-59-9


aluminum hydroxycarbonate and magnesium. 34720


001344-28-1 aluminum oxide. 34850 143925-92-2


Amines, bis (hydrogenated tallow alkyl) oxydisées. QM =
to use only:
a) the polyolefin at 0, 1% (w / w) but not in LDPE in contact with foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC fixes a coefficient reduction below 3;
B) PET at 0, 25% (w / w) in contact with foods other than those for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D.

34895 000088-68 -6
2-aminobenzamide.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg.A use only for PET for water and beverages. 35120 013560-49-1


Diester 3-aminocrotonate with ether thiobis (2-hydroxyethyl). 35160


006642-31-5 6-amino-1, 3-diméthyluracil.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 35170


000141-43-5 2-aminoethanol.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg.A not use in polymers contacting foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D and for indirect food contact behind a PET layer. 35284 000111-41-1


N- (2-aminoethyl) ethanolamine.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg.A not use in polymers contacting foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D and for indirect food contact behind a PET layer. 35320


007664-41-7 Ammonia. 35440


001214-97-9 ammonium bromide. 35600


Hydroxide 001336-21-6 ammonium. 35840


000506-30-9 Arachidic. 35845


007771-44-0 arachidonic acid. 36000


000050-81-7 ascorbic acid. 36080


000137-66-6 Ascorbyl palmitate. 36160


010605-09-1 Ascorbyl stearate. 36640


000123-77-3 Azodicarbonamide.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 36840


012007-55-5 Barium tetraborate.
LMT (S) = 1 mg / kg expressed as Barium (12) and LMT (S) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) without prejudice to the provisions of Decree No. 2001-1220 of 20 December 2001 on water intended for human consumption, excluding natural mineral waters. 36880


008012-89-3 Beeswax. 36960


003061-75-4 behenamide. 37040


000112-85-6 Behenic acid. 37280


001302-78-9 Bentonite. 37360


000100-52-7 Benzaldehyde.
According to footnote 9 of Chapter V. 37600


000065-85-0 benzoic acid. 37680 000136-60-7


butyl benzoate. 37840


000093-89-0 ethyl benzoate. 38080


000093-58-3 methyl benzoate. 38160


002315-68-6 propyl benzoate. 38510


136504-96-6 1, 2-bis (3-aminopropyl) ethylenediamine, polymer
with N-butyl-2, 2, 6, 6-tetramethyl-4-piperidinamine
and 2, 4, 6-trichloro-3, 5-triazine.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 38515


001533-45-5 4, 4'-bis (2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg (1). 38810 080693-00-1


diphosphite, bis (2, 6-di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenyl) pentaerythritol.
SML = 5 mg / kg (amount of phosphites and phosphates).

38840 154862-43-8

Diphosphite, bis (2, 4-dicumylphenyl) pentaerythritol.
SML = 5 mg / kg (amount of the compound, its oxidized form [phosphate of bis (2, 4-dicumylphenyl) pentaerythritol diphosphite] and its hydrolysis product [2, 4-dicumylphénol]). 38879


135861-56-2 Bis (3, 4-dimethylbenzylidene) sorbitol. 38885


002725-22-6 2, 4-bis (2, 4-dimethylphenyl) -6- (2-hydroxy-4-n-octyloxyphenyl) -1, 3, 5-triazine.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. Only for aqueous foods. 38950


079072-96-1 Bis (4-ethylbenzylidene) sorbitol. 39200 006200-40-4


chloride bis (2-hydroxyethyl) -2-hydroxypropyl
-3- (dodecyloxy) methylammonium.
SML = 1, 8 mg / kg. 39680


000080-05-7 2, 2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (28). 39815


182121-12-6 9, 9-bis (methoxymethyl) fluorene.
QMS = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ². 39890


087826-41-3 069158-41-4 054686-97-4


081541-12-0 Bis (methylbenzylidene) sorbitol. 39925


129228-21-3 3, 3-bis (methoxymethyl) -2, 5-dimethylhexane.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg.
40120 068951-50-8


Hydroxyméthylphosphonate bis (polyethylene glycol).
SML = 0, 6 mg / kg. 40320


010043-35-3 boric acid.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron) without prejudice to the provisions of Decree No. 2001-1220 of 20 December 2001 on water intended for human consumption, excluding natural mineral waters. 40400 010043-11-5


boron nitride. 40570


000106-97-8 Butane. 40580


000110-63-4 1, 4-butanediol.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (24). 41040


005743-36-2 calcium butyrate. 41120 010043-52-4


calcium chloride. 41280 001305-62-0


calcium hydroxide. 41520


001305-78-8 calcium oxide. 41600 012004-14-7


calcium sulfoaluminate.

41680 037293-22-4 000076-22-2

Camphor.
According to footnote 9 of Chapter V. 41760


008006-44-8 candelila wax. 41840


000105-60-2 Caprolactam.
SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (5). 41760


008006-44-8 candelila wax. 41960


000124-07-2 Caprylic acid. 42080


001333-86-4 Carbon Black.
According to the specifications of Chapter IV of the Annex. 42160


000124-38-9 carbon dioxide. 42320


007492-68-4 copper carbonate.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper). 42500

-
carbonic acid, salts. 42640 009000-11-7


carboxymethylcellulose. 42720 008015-86-9


Carnauba wax. 42800


009000-71-9 Casein. 42880


008001-79-4 Castor oil. 42960 064147-40-6


dehydrated castor oil.
43200
-
Mono-and diglycerides of castor oil. 43280


009004-34-6 Cellulose. 43300


009004-36-8-cellulose acetobutyrate. 43360


068442-85-3 Regenerated cellulose. 43440


008001-75-0 Ceresin.

43480 064365-11-3
Activated Carbon.
Compliance with the specifications in Chapter IV, Part B. 43515

-
esters of fatty acids of coconut oil with choline chloride.
QMS = 0, 9 mg / 6 dm ². 44160


000077-92-9 citric acid. 44640


000077-93-0 Triethyl citrate. 45195 007787-70-4


copper bromide.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper). 45200


001335-23-5 copper iodide.
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


Copolymer of p-cresol, dicyclopentadiene and isobutylene.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 45560


014464-46-1 Cristobalite. 45600


003724-65-0 Crotonic acid.
QMS (T) = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ² (33). 45640 005232-99-5


2-cyano-3, 3-diphenylacrylate ethyl.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg.
46700
-
5, 7-di-tert-butyl-3- (3, 4-dimethylphenyl) -2 (3H) benzofuranone containing a) 5, 7-di-tert-butyl 3- (2, 3-dimethyl-phenyl) 2 (3H) -benzofuranone (80-100% w / w) and b) 5, 7-di-tert-butyl-3- (2, 3-dimethylphenyl) 2 ( 3H) -benzofuranone (0-20% w / w).
SML = 5 mg / kg. 45705


166412-78-8 acid 1, 2-cyclohexyledicarboxylique, diisononyl ester. 45760


000108-91-8 Cyclohexylamine. 45920


009000-16-2 dammar.

45940 000334-48-5
n-decanoic acid. 46070


010016-20-3 Alpha-dextrin. 46080


007585-39-9 Beta dextrin. 46375


061790-53-2 diatomaceous earth. 46380


068855-54-9 Earth calcined diatomaceous fondant sodium carbonate. 46480 032647-67-9


dibenzylidene sorbitol. 46720 004130-42-1


2, 6-di-tert-butyl-4-ethylphenol.
QMS = 4, 8 mg / 6 dm ².

46790 004221-80-1

3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzoate, 2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl. 46800 067845-93-6


3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzoate, hexadecyl. 46870 003135-18-0


3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzylphosphonate dioctadecyl. 46880 065140-91-2


3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzylphosphonate monoethyl calcium salt.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 47210


026427-07-6 dibutylthiostannoïque acid, polymer [= thiobis (butyl tin sulfide) polymer].
Compliance with the specifications in Chapter IV. 47440


000461-58-5 dicyandiamide. 47540 027458-90-8


disulfide di-tert-dodecyl.
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). 49485


134701-20-5 2, 4-dimethyl-6- (1-methylpenta-decyl) phenol.
SML = 1 mg / kg. 49540


000067-68-5 Diméthylsulfoxide. 51200


000126-58-9 Dipentaerythritol. 51700 147315-50-2


2- (4, 6-diphenyl-3, 5-triazin-2-yl) -5- (hexyloxy) phenol.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg.

51760 025265-71-8 000110-98-5

Dipropylene glycol. 52640


016389-88-1 Dolomite. 52645


010436-08-5 Cis-11-icosénamide. 52720


000112-84-5 Erucamide. 52730


000112-86-7 erucic acid. 52800


000064-17-5 Ethanol. 53270


037205-99-5 Ethylcarboxyméthylcellulose. 53280


009004-57-3 Ethyl cellulose. 53360


000110-31-6 N, N'-éthylènebisoléamide. 53440


005518-18-3 N, N'-éthylènebispalmitamide. 53520


000110-30-5 N, N'-ethylenebisstearamide. 53600 000060-00-4


Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. 53610


054453-03-1 copper ethylenediaminetetraacetate.
LM (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 palmitamide N-N'-stearamide. 54260


009004-58-4 ethylhydroxyethylcellulose. 54270

-
Ethylhydroxyméthylcellulose. 54280

-
Ethylhydroxypropylcellulose. 54300 118337-09-0


2, 2'-ethylidenebis (4, 6-di-tert-butylphenyl) fluorophosphonite.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 54450

-
dietary fats and oils, animal or plant. 54480

-
fats and hydrogenated oils from food, animal or plant. 54930 025359-91-5


formaldehyde copolymer-l-naphthol [= poly (1-hydroxyna-phtylméthane)].
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 55040


000064-18-6 formic acid. 55120


000110-17-8 fumaric acid. 55190


Acid 029204-02-2 gadoleic. 55440


009000-70-8 gelatin. 55520

-
Glass fibers. 55600

-
Glass beads. 55680 000110-94-1


glutaric acid. 55920


000056-81-5 Glycerol. 56020


099880-64-5 Glycerol dibehenate.
56360
-
esters of glycerol with acetic acid. 56486

-
esters of glycerol with the aliph acids. sat. linear even number of carbon atoms (C14-C18) with aliph acids. insat. linear even number of carbon atoms (C16-C18).
56487
-
esters of glycerol with butyric acid.
56490
-
esters of glycerol with the erucic acid.
56495
-
esters of glycerol with 12-hydroxystearic acid.
56500
-
esters of glycerol with lauric acid.
56510
-
esters of glycerol with linoleic acid.
56520
-
esters of glycerol with myristic acid.
56535
-
esters of glycerol with nonanoic acid.
56540
-
esters of glycerol with oleic acid.
56550
-
esters of glycerol with palmitic acid.
56570
-
esters of glycerol with propionic acid.
56580
-
esters of glycerol with ricinoleic acid.
56585
-
esters of glycerol with stearic acid. 56610 030233-64-8


glycerol monobehenate. 56720 026402-23-3


glycerol monohexanoate. 56800


030899-62-8 Glycerol monolaurate diacetate.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 56880


026402-26-6 glycerol monooctanoate.
57040
-
Glycerol monooleate, ester with ascorbic acid.
57120
-
Glycerol monooleate, ester with citric acid.
57200
-
glycerol monopalmitate, ester with ascorbic acid.
57280
-
glycerol monopalmitate, ester with citric acid.

57600 -

Glycerol monostearate, ester with ascorbic acid.
57680
-
glycerol monostearate, ester with citric acid. 57800


018641-57-1 glycerol tribehenate. 57920


000620-67-7 glyceroltriheptanoate. 58300

-
Glycine salts. 58320


007782-42-5 Graphite. 58400


009000-30-0 guar gum. 58480


009000-01-5 Gum arabic. 58720


000111-14-8 heptanoic acid. 59280


000100-97-0 Hexamethylene.
SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (22) (as formaldehyde). 59360


000142-62-1 hexanoic acid. 59760


019569-21-2 huntite. 59990


007647-01-0 hydrochloric acid. 60030


012072-90-1 hydromagnesite. 60080


012304-65-3 Hydrotalcite. 60160


000120-47-8 ethyl Hydroxybenzoate. 60180 004191-73-5


hydroxybenzoate isopropyl. 60200 000099-76-3


methyl hydroxybenzoate. 60240


000094-13-3 hydroxybenzoate. 60480 003864-99-1


2- (2'-hydroxy-3, 5'-di-tert-butyiphényl) - 5-chlorobenzotriazole
.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (19). 60560


009004-62-0 Hydroxyethylcellulose. 60880


009032-42-2 hydroxyethylmethylcellulose. 61120


009005-27-0 hydroxyethyl starch. 61390


037353-59-6 hydroxymethyl. 61680


009004-64-2 Hydroxypropylcellulose. 61800


009049-76-7 hydroxypropyl.

61840 000106-14-9 12-hydroxy acid
. 62020 007620-77-1


lithium salt of 12-hydroxystearic acid.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 62140


006303-21-5 hypophosphorous acid. 62240


001332-37-2 iron oxide.

62245 012751-22-3 Iron phosphide
.
For polymers and PET copolymers only. 62450


000078-78-4 Isopentane. 62640


008001-39-6 Japanese wax. 62720


001332-58-7 Kaolin. 62800

-
calcined kaolin. 62960


000050-21-5 lactic acid. 63040


000138-22-7 Butyl Lactate. 63280


000143-07-7 Lauric acid. 63760


008002-43-5 Lecithin. 63840


000123-76-2 levulinic acid. 63920


Acid 000557-59-5 lignoceric. 64015


000060-33-3 linoleic acid. 64150 028290-79-1


Linolenic acid. 64500

-
Lysine, salts.

64640 001309-42-8 magnesium hydroxide
. 64720


001309-48-4 magnesium oxide. 64800


000110-16-7 Maleic Acid.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (4). 64990 025736-61-2


sodium salt of the copolymer of styrene and maleic anhydride.
Compliance with the specifications in Chapter IV. 65020


006915-15-7 Malic. 65040


000141-82-2 Malonic acid. 65520


000087-78-5 Mannitol. 65920 066822-60-4


chloride Copolymers of N-méthacrylqyloxyéthyl-N, N-dimethyl-N-carboxyméthylammonium, sodium salt-octadecyl methacrylate-ethyl methacrylate-methacrylate cyclohexyle- N-vinyl-2-pyrrolidone. 66200


037206-01-2 methyl carboxymethyl cellulose. 66240


009004-67-5 Methyl cellulose. 66560 004066-02-8


2, 2'-methylenebis (4-methyl-6-cyclohexyl phenol).
SML (T) = 3 mg / kg (6). 66580 000077-62-3


2, 2'-methylenebis [4-methyl-6- (1-methylcyclohexyl) phenol].
SML (T) = 3 mg / kg (6). 66640


009004-59-5 Ethylmethylcellulose. 66695

-
Méthylhydroxyméthylcellulose. 66700


009004-65-3 Methylhydroxypropylcellulose. 66755


002682-20-4 2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 66905 000872-50-4


N-methylpyrrolidone. 66930


068554-70-1 methylsilsesquioxane.
Residual monomer in the methylsilsesquioxane: <1 mg per kg of methyltrimethoxysilane methylsilsesquioxane. 67120


012001-26-2 Mica.
67155
-
Mixture of 4- (2-benzoxazolyl) -4 '- (5-methyl-2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene, 4, 4'-bis (2-benzoxa-zolyl) stilbene and 4, 4'-bis (5-methyl-2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene.
Not more than 0, 05% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation). Accordance with the specifications in Chapter IV.
67180
-
phthalate mixture of n-decyl n-octyl (50% w / w), of di-n-decyl (25% w / w) and phthalate di- n-octyl (25% w / w).
SML = 5 mg / kg (1). 67200


001317-33-5 Molybdenum disulfide.
61840
-
Montan acids and / or their esters with ethylene glycol and / or 1, 3-butanediol and / or glycerol. 67850


008002-53-7 Montan wax. 67891 000544-63-8


Myristic acid.

68040 003333-62-8

7- [2H-naphtho (1, 2-D) triazol-2-yl] -3-phénylcoumarine. 68078 027253-31-2


cobalt neodecanoate.
SML (T) = 0, 05 mg / kg (expressed as neodecanoic acid) and SML (T) = 0, 05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt) .A not use in polymers contacting foods for which the Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D. 68125


nepheline syenite 037244-96-5. 68145 080410-33-9


2, 2 ', 2' '- nitrilo (triéthyltris (3, 3', 5, 5'-tetra-tert-butyl
1, 1 biphenyl-2, 2'-diyl] phosphite).
SML = 5 mg / kg (amount of phosphites and phosphates).
68960 000301-02-0

Oleamide. || | 000112-80-1 6900


oleic acid 69760 000143-28-2


Alcohol olélique 69920 000144-62-7

acid.. oxalic.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (29).
70000 070331-94-1

2, 2'-oxamidobis (ethyl-3- [3, 5-di -tert-butyl-4-hydroxy
xyphényl] propionate).
70240 012198-93-5

ozocerite.
70400 000057-10-3

acid ... 71020

palmitic acid palmitoleic 000373-49-9


71440 009000-69-5 Pectin


71600 000115-77-5 | || pentaerythritol.

71635 025151-96-6 pentaerythritol dioleate
.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg.A not use in polymers contacting foods for which Directive 85/572 / EEC sets simulant D. 71670


178671-58-4 Tetrakis (2-cyano-3, 3-diphenylacrylate) pentaerythritol.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg. 71680 006683-19-8


Tetrakis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl] propionate) pentaerythritol. 71720


000109-66-0 Pentane. 71960


003825-26-1 ammonium salt of perfluorooctanoic acid.
For use in reusable objects, fried at high temperatures. 72640


007664-38-2 Phosphoric acid. 73160

-
Phosphate mono- and di-n-alkyl (C16 and C18).
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 73720


000115-96-8 trichloroethyl phosphate.
SML = ND (DL = 0, 02 mg / kg, analytical tolerance included). 74010 145650-60-8


phosphite, bis (2, 4-di-tert-butyl-6-methylphenyl) ethyl.
SML = 5 mg / kg (amount of phosphites and phosphates). 74240 031570-04-4


phosphite, tris (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite. 74480 000088-99-3


o-phthalic acid. 74560


000085-68-7 butyl benzyl phthalate.
A used only as:
a) plasticizer in repeated use materials and articles;
B) plasticizer in materials and objects disposable contact with non-fatty foods except for infant formulas and follow-on formulas as defined in Directive 91/321 / EEC and products according to diretive 96/5 / EC;
C) Processing aid in concentrations of up to 0, 1% in the final product.
SML = 30 mg / kg food simulant.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 74640


000117-81-7 phthalate, di-2-ethylhexyl.
A used only as:
a) plasticizer in repeated use materials and articles contacting non-fatty foods;
B) Processing aid in concentrations of up to 0, 1% in the final product;
LMS = 1, 5 mg / kg food simulant.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 74880


000084-74-2 dibutyl phthalate.
A used only as:
a) plasticizer in repeated use materials and articles contacting non-fatty foods;
B) processing aid in polyolefins in concentrations up to 0, 05% in the final product;
LMS = 0, 3 mg / kg food simulant.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008.

75100 068515-48-0 028553-12-0

diesters of phthalic acid with saturated primary alcohols, branched (C8 C10), containing more than 60% C9.
A used only as:
a) plasticizer in repeated use materials and articles;
B) plasticizer in materials and objects disposable contact with non-fatty foods except for preparations following the meaning of Directive 91/321 / EEC and products according to Directive 96 / 5 / EC;
C) Processing aid in concentrations of up to 0, 1% in the final product.
SML (T) = 9 mg / kg food simulant (42).
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008.

75105 068515-49-1 026761-40-0

diesters of phthalic acid with saturated primary alcohols, branched (C9 -C11), containing more than 90% C10.
A used only as:
a) plasticizer in repeated use materials and articles;

B) plasticizer in materials and objects disposable contact with non-fatty foods except for infant formulas and follow-on formulas as defined in Directive 91/321 / EEC and products accordance with Directive 96/5 / EC;
C) Processing aid in concentrations of up to 0, 1% in the final product.
SML (T) = 9 mg / kg food simulant (42).
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 76329


000085-44-9 Phthalic Anhydride. 76415 019455-79-9


calcium pimelate.

76721 009016-00-6 063148-62-9

polydimethylsiloxane (pm> 6800).
Compliance with the specifications in Chapter IV. 76730

-
Polydimethylsiloxane, gamma-hydroxypropyl.
SML = 6 mg / kg.
76815
-
Esters of polyester of adipic acid with glycerol or pentaerythritol with linear fatty acids with an even number of carbon atoms (between C12 and C22).
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 76845


031831-53-5 Polyester of 1, 4-butanediol and caprolactone.
The restriction for the 14260 reference numbers 13720 and must be respected.
Compliance with the specifications in Chapter IV.
76 866
-
Polyesters of 1, 2-propanediol and / or 1, 3-and / or 1, 4-butanediol and / or polypropylene glycol with adipic acid. The terminal groups can be esterified with acetic acid, fatty acids C12-C18 or n-octanol and / or n-decanol.
SML = 30 mg / kg.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 76960


025322-68-3 Polyethylene glycol. 77370


070142-34-6 Polyethylene glycol-30-hydroxystearate dipoly. 77600 061788-85-0


ester with polyethylene glycol hydrogenated castor oil. 77702

-
polyethylene glycol esters with aliph acids. monocarb. (C6-C22). And their ammonium and sodium sulphates. 77895


Ether 068439-49-6 mono alkyl (C16-C18) polyethylene glycol (EO = 2-6).
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg and as specified in Chapter IV. 79040 009005-64-5


polyethylene glycol sorbitan monolaurate. 79120


009005-65-6 polyethylene sorbitan monooleate. 79200 009005-66-7


polyethylene glycol sorbitan monopalmitate. 79280 009005-67-8


polyethylene glycol sorbitan monostearate. 79360


009005-70-3 polyethylene glycol sorbitan trioleate. 79440


009005-71-4 polyethylene glycol sorbitan tristearate. 79600 009043-01-9


polyethylene glycol tridecyl phosphate.
SML = 5 mg / kg. For materials and articles intended to come into contact with aqueous foods only. Accordance with the specifications in Chapter IV.

79920 009003-11-6 106392-12-5

Poly (ethylene propylene) glycol. 80000 009002-88-4


Polyethylene wax. 80640

-
Polyoxyalkyl (C2-C4) dimethylpolysiloxane. 80720


008017-16-1 polyphosphoric acids. 80800


025322-69-4 Polypropylene glycol. 81060


009003-07-0 Polypropylene wax. 81220


192268-64-7 Poly - [[6- [N- (2, 2, 6, 6-tetramethyl-4-Pieridi-nyl) -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-piperidyl DINYL) 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-triazine-2, 4, 6-triamine] -omega-N, N, N ', N'-tetrabutyl-1, 3 , 5-triazine-2, 4-diamine].
SML = 5 mg / kg. 81500


9003-39-8 Polyvinylpyrrolidone.
According to the specifications of Chapter IV. 81515


087189-25-1 Poly (zinc glycerolate).
SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (expressed as zinc). 81520 007158-02-3


Potassium bromide. 81600 001310-58-3


potassium hydroxide.
81760
-
Powders, flakes and fibers of brass, bronze, copper, stainless steel, tin, and copper alloys, tin and iron.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (7) (expressed as copper); SML = 48 mg / kg (expressed as iron). 81840


000057-55-6 1, 2-propanediol. 81882 000067-63-0


2-propanol. 82000


000079-09-4 propionic acid. 82080 009005-37-2


Alginate 1, 2-propylene glycol. 82240 022788-19-8


Dibutyltin 1, 2-propylene glycol. 82400 000105-62-4


dioleate 1, 2-propylene glycol. 82560


dipalmitate 033587-20-1 1, 2-propylene glycol. 82720 006182-11-2


distearate 1, 2-propylene glycol. 82800


monolaurate 027194-74-7 1, 2-propylene glycol. 82960 001330-80-9


monooleate 1, 2-propylene glycol.
83120 029013-28-3


monopalmitate 1, 2-propylene glycol. 83300 001323-39-3


Monostearate 1, 2-propylene glycol. 83320

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Propylhydroxyéthylcellulose. 83325

-
Propylhydroxyméthylcellulose. 83330

-
Propylhydroxypropylcellulose. 83440 002466-09-3


pyrophosphoric acid. 83455


Acid 013445-56-2 pyrophosphorous. 83460


012269-78-2 Pyrophyllite. 83470


014808-60-7 Quartz. 83599 068442-12-6


oleate Reaction products of 2-mercaptoethyl with dichlorodimethyltin, sodium sulfide and trichloromethyltin.
SML (T) = 0, 18 mg / kg (16) (expressed as tin). 83610


073138-82-6 Resin acids. 83840


008050-09-7 Rosin. 84000 008050-31-5


rosin ester with glycerol. 84080 008050-26-8


rosin ester with pentaerythritol. 84210


065997-06-0 hydrogenated rosin. 84240 065997-13-9


hydrogenated rosin ester with glycerol. 84320 008050-15-5


hydrogenated rosin ester with methanol. 84400 064365-17-9



hydrogenated rosin ester with pentaerythritol. 84560


009006-04-6 natural rubber. 84640


000069-72-7 salicylic acid. 85360


000109-43-3 dibutyl sebacate.
85601
-
natural silicates (with the exception of asbestos).
85610
-
natural silicates silyl (with the exception of asbestos). 85680


001343-98-2 silicic acid. 85840


053320-86-8 Lithium silicate, magnesium, sodium.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium).
86000
-
silylated silicic acid. 86160


000409-21-2 Silicon carbide. 86240 007631-86-9


silicon dioxide. 86285

-
silylated silicon dioxide. 86560 007647-15-6


sodium bromide. 86720 001310-73-2


sodium hydroxide. 87040


001330-43-4 sodium tetraborate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (23) (expressed as boron). Without prejudice to the provisions of Decree No. 2001-1220 of 20 December 2001 on water intended for human consumption, excluding natural mineral waters. 87200


000110-44-1 Sorbic acid. 87280 029116-98-1


dioleate sorbitan. 87520 062568-11-0


sorbitan monobehenate. 87600


001338-39-2 Sorbitan monolaurate. 87680


001338-43-8 Sorbitan monooleate. 87760 026266-57-9


Sorbitan monopalmitate. 87840


001338-41-6 Sorbitan monostearate. 87920 061752-68-9


tetrastearate sorbitan. 88080


026266-58-0 sorbitan trioleate. 88160 054140-20-4


sorbitan tripalmitate. 88240


026658-19-5 Sorbitan tristearate. 88320


000050-70-4 Sorbitol. 88600


026836-47-5 monostearate sorbitol. 88640


008013-07-8 Soybean oil epoxidized.
SML = 60 mg / kg. However, in the case of PVC gaskets used to seal glass jars containing infant formulas and follow-on formulas or containing baby food for infants and young children within the meaning of the decree of 1 July 1976 relating to foods for infants and young children, the LMS is reduced to 30 mg / kg.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 88800


009005-25-8 food starch. 88880


068412-29-3 hydrolyzed starch. 88,960


000124-26-5 stearamide. 89040


000057-11-4 stearic acid. 89200


007617-31-4 copper stearate.
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 stearoylbenzoylmethane. 90800


005793-94-2 calcium stearoyl-2 lactylate. 90960


000110-15-6 succinic acid. 91200 000126-13-6


sucrose Acétoisobutyrate. 91360


000126-14-7 sucrose octaacetate. 91840


007704-34-9 Sulphur. 91920


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 tannic acid.
Line with JECFA specifications. 92160


000087-69-4 tartaric acid. 92195

-
Taurine, salts. 92205 057569-40-1


diester of terephthalic acid with
2, 2-methylenebis (4-methyl-6-tert-butylphenol). 92350


000112-60-7 Tetraethylene. 92640 000102-60-3


N, N, N, N-tetrakis (2-hydroxypropyl) ethylenediamine.

92700 078301-43-6

Polymer of 2, 2, 4, 4-tetramethyl-20- (2, 3-epoxypropyl) -7-oxa-3, 20-diazadispiro [5. 1. 11. 2] -hénicosan-21-one.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 92930 120218-34-0


Thiodiéthylènebis (5-methoxycarbonyl-2, 6-dimethyl-1, 4-dihydropyridine-3-carboxylate).
SML = 6 mg / kg. 93440 013463-67-7


titanium dioxide.

93520 000059-02-9 010191-41-0

Alpha-tocopherol. 93680


009000-65-1 tragacanth gum. 93720 000108-78-1


2, 4, 6-triamino-1, 3, 5-triazine.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 93760


000077-90-7 Tri-n-butyl acetyl citrate.
Use prohibited from 1 July 2008. 94320


000112-27-6 Triethyleneglycol. 94960


000077-99-6 1, 1, 1-trimethylolpropane.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 95020


6846-50-0 2, 2, 4-trimethyl-1, 3-pentanediol diisobutyrate.
SML = 5 mg / kg food. Authorized use only disposable gloves. 95000


028931-67-1 trimethacrylate copolymer of methyl methacrylate trimethylolpropane. 95200


001709-70-2 1, 3, 5-trimethyl-2, 4, 6-tris (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxybenzyl) benzene. 95270 161717-32-4


phosphite 2, 4, 6-tris (tert-butyl) phenyl
2-butyl-2-ethyl-1, 3-propanediol.
SML = 2 mg / kg (amount of phosphite, phosphate and the hydrolysis product = TTBP). 95420


745070-61-5 1, 3, 5-tris (2, 2-diméthylimidopropane) benzene.
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg foodstuff. 95725 110638-71-6


Vermiculite, reaction product with lithium citrate.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 95855


007732-18-5 water.
According to Decree No. 2001-1220 of 20 December 2001 on water intended for human consumption, excluding natural mineral waters. 95859

-
refined waxes, petroleum derived or synthetic hydrocarbons.
To specifications given in Chapter IV. 95883

-
white mineral oils, hydrocarbon based from oil.
To specifications given in Chapter IV. 95905


013983-17-0 Wollastonite. 95920

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flour and wood fiber, untreated. 95935


011138-66-2 Xanthan gum. 96190 020427-58-1


zinc hydroxide.
SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (expressed as zinc). 96240


001314-13-2 zinc oxide.
SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (expressed as zinc). 96320


001314-98-3 zinc sulfide.
SML (T) = 25 mg / kg (38) (expressed as zinc).

Section B List of additives referred to in Article 4, third paragraph


NUMBER reference (1)

NUMBER CAS (2) NAME
| || (3)
RESTRICTIONS AND / OR SPECIFICATIONS
(4) 30180


002180-18-9 manganese acetate.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 31500 025134-51-4


Copolymer of acrylic acid and acrylate, 2-ethylhexyl acrylate.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (expressed as acrylic acid) and
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg (36) (in 2-ethylhexyl acrylate). 31520 061167-58-6


Acrylic acid, 2-tert-butyl-6- (3-tert-butyl-2-hydroxy
5-methylbenzyl) -4-methylphenyl.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 31920


000103-23-1 adipate bis (2-ethylhexyl).
SML = 18 mg / kg (1). 34230

-
alkyl acid (C8-C22) sulfonic.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 34650 151841-65-5


Hydroxybis [2, 2'-methylenebis (4, 6-di-tert-butylphenyl) aluminum 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 hydroxide.
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 Disodium Salt
cis-endobicyclo [2. 2. 1] heptane-2, 3-dicarboxylic acid.
SML = 5 mg / kg.A not used with polyethylene in contact with acidic foods. Purity 96%. 38560 007128-64-5


2, 5-Bis (5-tert-butyl-2-benzoxazolyl) thiophene.
SML = 0, 6 mg / kg. 38700


063397-60-4 Bis (isooctyl thioglycolate), bis (2-carbo-butoxyethyl) tin.
SML = 18 mg / kg. 38800


032687-78-8 N, N'-Bis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionyl] hydrazide.
SML = 15 mg / kg. 38820 026741-53-7


diphosphite, bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) pentaerythritol.
SML = 0, 6 mg / kg. 38940


110675-26-8 2, 4-bis (dodecylthiomethyl) -6-methyl phenol.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (40). 39060 035958-30-6


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

SML = 5 mg / kg.
39090
-
N, N-bis (2-hydroxyethyl) a1kyl (C8-C18) amine.
SML (T) = 1, 2 mg / kg (13).

39120 - Hydrochloride
N, N-bis (2-hydroxyethyl) alkyI (C8-C18) amine.
SML (T) = 1, 2 mg / kg (13) (expressed excluding HCl). Expressed as a tertiary amine. 40000


000991-84-4 2, 4-bis (octylmercapto) -6- (4-hydroxy-3, 5-di-tert-butyl
lanilino) -1, 3 , 5-triazine.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 40020


110553-27-0 2, 4-bis (octylthiomethyl) -6-methyl phenol.
SML = 5 mg / kg (40). 40160 061269-61-2


copolymer N, N'-bis (2, 2, 6, 6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl) hexamethylenediamine-l, 2-dibromoethane.
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-tert-butyl-3-methylphenyl
ditridécylphosphite).
SML = 6 mg / kg. 40980


Butyrate 019664-95-0 manganese.
SML = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 42000


063438-80-2 Tris (isooctyl thioglycolate) (2-carbobutoxyéthyl) tin.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 42400


010377-37-4 Lithium Carbonate.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) expressed as lithium). 42480


000584-09-8 rubidium carbonate.
SML = 12 mg / kg. 43600 004080-31-3


1- (3-chloroallyl) -3, 5, 7-triaza-l-azoniaadamantane chloride.
SML = 0, 3 mg / kg. 43680


000075-45-6 Chlorodifluoromethane.
SML = 6 mg / kg. Accordance with the specifications in Chapter IV. 44960


011104-61-3 cobalt oxide.
SML (T) = 0, 05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt). 45440

-
butylated cresols, styrénisés.
SML = 12 mg / kg. 45650 006197-30-4


2-cyano-3, 3-diphenylacrylate, 2-ethylhexyl.
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'-dicyclohexyl-2, 6-naphthalene dicarboxamide.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 47600


084030-61-5 Di-n-dodecyltin a (isocryl mercaptoacetate).
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg food (41) (as sum of mono-n-dodecyl-étaintris (isooctyl mercaptoacetate), di-n-dodécyltin bis (isooctyl mercaptoacetate), monododécyl-trichloride and didodécylétain dichloride ) expressed as the sum of mono and didodécylétain chloride. 48640


000131-56-6 2, 4-dihydroxybenzophenone.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15). 48800 000097-23-4


2, 2'-dihydroxy-5, 5'-dichlorodiphenylmethane.
SML = 12 mg / kg. 48880 000131-53-3


2, 2'-dihydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone.
SML (T) = 6 mg / kg (15). 49595


057583-35-4 Bis (ethylhexyl thioglycolate) dimethyltin.
SML (T) = 0, 18 mg / kg (16) (expressed as tin). 49600


026636-01-1 Bis (isooctyl thioglycolate) dimethyltin.
SML (T) = 0, 18 mg / kg (16) (expressed as tin). 49840


002500-88-1 dioctadecyl disulfide.
LMS = 3 mg / kg.
50160
-
Bis [n-alkyl (CL0-C16) thioglycolate] di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50240 010039-33-5


Bis (2-ethylhexyl maleate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50320 015571-58-1


Bis (2-ethylhexyl thioglycolate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin).
50360
-
bis (ethyl maleate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50400 033568-99-9


bis (isooctyl maleate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50480 026401-97-8


bis (isooctyl thioglycolate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin).
50560
l, 4-butanediol bis (thioglycolate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50640 003648-18-8


dilaurate, di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50720 015571-60-5


dimaleate, di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin).
50800
-
dimaleate, di-n-octyl tin esterified.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin).

50880 dimaleate, di-n-octyl tin, polymer (n = 2-4).
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 50960


069226-44-4 Ethylene glycol bis (thioglycolate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 51040 015535-79-2


thioglycolate, di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin).
51120
-
(thiobenzoate) (2-ethylhexyl thioglycolate), di-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 0, 006 mg / kg (17) (expressed as tin). 51570


000127-63-9 diphenyl sulfone.
LMS = 3 mg / kg.

51680 000102-08-9

N, N'-diphenylthiourea.
LMS = 3 mg / kg. 52000


027176-87-0 dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 52320 052047-59-3


2- (4-dodecylphenyl) indole.
SML = 0, 06 mg / kg. 52880 023676-09-7


4-ethoxy ethyl.
SML = 3, 6 mg / kg. 53200 023949-66-8


2-ethoxy-2'-ethyloxanilide.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 54880


000050-00-0 Formaldehyde.
SML (T) = 15 mg / kg (22). 55200


001166-52-5 dodecyl gallate.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (34). 55280


001034-01-1 octyl gallate.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (34). 55360


000121-79-9 Propyl gallate.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (34). 58960


000057-09-0 bromide Hexadecyltrimethyl ammonium.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 59120


023128-74-7 1, 6-hexamethylene-bis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy
xyphényl) propionamide].
SML = 45 mg / kg. 59200


035074-77-2 1, 6-hexamethylene-bis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy
xyphényl) propionate].
SML = 6 mg / kg. 60320 070321-86-7


2- [2-hydroxy-3, 5-bis (1, 1-dimethylbenzyl) phenyl] benzo-triazole.
SML = 1, 5 mg / kg. 60400 003896-11-5


2- (2-hydroxy-3-tert-butyl-5-methylphenyl) -5-chloro-benzotriazole
.
SML (T) = 30 mg / kg (19). 60800 065447-77-0


Copolymer 1- (2-hydroxyethyl) -4-hydroxy-2, 2, 6, 6-tétramé thylpipéridine-dimethyl succinate.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 61280


003293-97-8 2-hydroxy-4-n-hexyloxybenzophénone.
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


Lactate 051877-53-3 manganese.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 63940


008062-15-5 Lignosulfonic acid.
SML = 0, 24 mg / kg and only for use as a dispersant for plastics dispersions. 64320


010377-51-2 lithium iodide.
SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine) and SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 65120 007773-01-5


manganese chloride.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 65200


012626-88-9 manganese hydroxide.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 65280


Hypophosphite 010043-84-2 manganese.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 65360


011129-60-5 manganese oxide.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 65440

-
pyrophosphite manganese.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (10) (expressed as manganese). 66350 085209-93-4


Phosphate 2, 2'-methylenebis (4, 6-di-tert-butylphenyl) lithium.
SML = 5 mg / kg and SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 66360 085209-91-2


Phosphate 2, 2'-methylenebis (4, 6-di-tert-butylphenyl) sodium.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 66400 000088-24-4


2, 2'-methylenebis (4-ethyl-6-tert-butylphenol).
SML (T) = 1, 5 mg / kg (20). 66480 000119-47-1


2, 2'-methylenebis (4-methyl-6-tert-butylphenol).
SML (T) = 1, 5 mg / kg (20). 67360 067649-65-4


Mono-n-dodecyltin tris (isooctyl mercaptoacetate).
LMS = 0, 05 mg / kg food (41) (as sum of mono-ndodécyl tin tris (isooctyl mercaptoacetate), di-n-dodécyltin bis (isooctyl mercaptoacetate), monododécyl-trichloride and di-dodecyltin dichloride) expressed as the sum of mono- and di-dodecyltin chloride. 67515


057583-34-3 Tris (ethylhexyl thioglycolate) monomethyltin.
SML = 0, 18 mg / kg (16) (expressed as tin). 67520


054849-38-6 Tris (isooctyl thioglycolate) monomethyltin.
SML (T) = 0, 18 mg / kg (16) (expressed as tin).
67600
-
Tris [alkyl (C10-C16) thioglycolate] mono-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 1, 2 mg / kg (18) (expressed as tin). 67680


027107-89-7 Tris (2-ethylhexyl thioglycolate) mono-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 1, 2 mg / kg (18) (expressed as tin). 67760 026401-86-5


tris (isooctyl thioglycolate) mono-n-octyl tin.
SML (T) = 1, 2 mg / kg (18) (expressed as tin). 67896 020336-96-3


lithium myristate.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 68320


002082-79-3 3- (3, 5-Di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate.
SML = 6 mg / kg. 68400


010094-45-8 Octadécylérucamide.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 68860


004724-48-5 acid n-octyl.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 69160 014666-94-5


cobalt oleate.
SML (T) = 0, 05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt). 69840


016260-09-6 Oléylpamitamide.

SML = 5 mg / kg. 71935


007601-89-0 sodium perchlorate monohydrate.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg (31).
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resins (hydrogenated) petroleum hydrocarbons.
SML = 5 mg / kg (1) and according to the specifications of Chapter VI. 72160


000948-65-2 2-phenylindole.
SML = 15 mg / kg. 72800


Phosphate 001241-94-7 diphenyl 2-ethylhexyl.
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
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phosphite, tris (nonyl-and / or dinonylphenyl).
SML = 30 mg / kg.
77440
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polyethylene Diricinoléate.
SML = 42 mg / kg. 77520 061791-12-6


polyethylene glycol ester with castor oil.
SML = 42 mg / kg. 78320 009004-97-1


polyethylene glycol monoricinoleate.
SML = 42 mg / kg. 81200


071878-19-8 Poly [6 - [(1, 1, 3, 3-tetramethylbutyl) amino] -1, 3, 5-triazine-2, 4-diyl] - [ (2, 2, 6, 6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl) imino] -hexaméthylène - [(2, 2, 6, 6-tetramethyl-4-piperazine
ridyl) imino].
LMS = 3 mg / kg. 81680


007681-11-0 Potassium iodide.
SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine). 82020


019019-51-3 propionate cobalt.
SML (T) = 0, 05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt). 83595 119345-01-6


phosphonite of the reaction product of di-tert-butyl with biphenyl, obtained by condensation of 2, 4-di-tert-butylphenol with the Friedel reaction product of Craft phosphorus trichloride and biphenyl.
SML = 18 mg / kg. Accordance with the specifications in Chapter IV. 83700


000141-22-0 ricinoleic acid.
SML = 42 mg / kg. 84800 000087-18-3


Salicylate 4-tert-butylphenyl.
SML = 12 mg / kg. 84880 000119-36-8


methyl salicylate.
SML = 30 mg / kg. 85760 012068-40-5


lithium aluminum silicate (2: 1: 1).
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 85920


012627-14-4 lithium silicate.
SML (T) = 0, 6 mg / kg (8) (expressed as lithium). 85950


037296-97-2 magnesium silicate, sodium-fluoride.
LMS = 0, 15 mg / kg (expressed as fluoride) .A use only in layers of multilayers materials not coming into direct contact with food. 86480


007631-90-5 Sodium bisulfite.
SML (T) = 10 mg / kg (30) (expressed as SO2). 86800


007681-82-5 sodium iodide.
SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (11) (expressed as iodine).
86880
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Dialkylphénoxybenzènedisulfonate monoalkyl sodium salt.
LMS = 9 mg / kg. 86920 007632-00-0


sodium nitrite.
SML = 0, 6 mg / kg. 86960 007757-83-7


sodium sulphite.
SML (T) = 10 mg / kg (30) (expressed as SO2). 87120


007772-98-7 Sodium thiosulfate.
SML (T) = 10 mg / kg (30) (expressed as SO2). 89170


013586-84-0 cobalt stearate.
SML (T) = 0, 05 mg / kg (14) (expressed as cobalt). 92000 007727-43-7


barium sulphate.
SML (T) = 1 mg / kg (12) (expressed as barium).
92320
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Ether polyloxyde tetradecyl-ethylene) (3-8) with glycolic acid.
SML = 15 mg / kg. 92560 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-methylphenol).
SML = 0, 48 mg / kg. 92880 041484-35-9


Bis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate] thiodiethanol.
SML = 2, 4 mg / kg. 93120


000123-28-4 didodecyl thiodipropionate.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (21). 93280 000693-36-7


dioctadecyl thiodipropionate.
SML (T) = 5 mg / kg (21). 93970

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resins (hydrogenated) petroleum hydrocarbons.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 94400 036443-68-2


Bis [3- (3-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxy-5-methylphenyl) propionate], triethylene glycol.
LMS = 9 mg / kg. 94560


000122-20-3 Triisopropanolamine.
SML = 5 mg / kg. 95265


227099-60-7 1, 3, 5-tris (4-benzoylphenyl) benzene.
SML = 0, 05 mg / kg. 95280


040601-76-1 1, 3, 5-tris (4-tert-butyl-3-hydroxy-2, 6-dimethyl
benzyl) -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-hydroxybenzyl) -
1, 3, 5-triazin-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.

Chapter III product obtained by bacterial fermentation


NUMBER reference (1)

NUMBER CAS (2) NAME

(3)

RESTRICTIONS AND / OR SPECIFICATIONS
(4) 18888


080181-31-3 Copolymer of 3-hydroxy-butanoic acid with 3-hydroxy-pentanoic acid.
According to the specifications of Chapter IV. Chapter III-2

lipophilic substances which applies
FRF (reduction factor related to fat content) NUMBER


reference CAS NUMBER NAME
31520 061167-58-6


Acrylic acid, 2-tert-butyl-6- (3-tert-butyl-2-hydroxy-5-methylbenzyl) -4-methylphenyl. 31530 123968-25-2


Acrylate 2, 4-di-tert-pentyl-6- [1- (3, 5-di-tert-pentyl-2-hydroxyphenyl) -ethyl] phenyl. 31920


000103-23-1 adipate bis (2-ethylhexyl). 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) thiophene. 38700


063397-60-4 Bis (isooctyl thioglycolate), bis (2-carbobutoxyéthyl) tin. 38800


032687-78-8 N, N'-bis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionyl] hydrazide. 38810 080693-00-1


diphosphite, bis (2, 6-di-tert-butyl-4-methylphenyl) pentaerythritol. 38820 026741-53-7


diphosphite, bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) pentaerythritol. 38840 154862-43-8


diphosphite, bis (2, 4-dicumylphenyl) pentaerythritol. 39060 035958-30-6


1, 1-bis (2-hydroxy-3, 5-di-tert-butylphenyl) ethane. 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-methyl phenol. 40020


110553-27-0 2, 4-bis (octylthiomethyl) -6-methyl phenol. 40800 013003-12-8


4, 4'-butylidene-bis (6-tert-butyl-3-methylphenyl-ditridecyl phosphite). 42000


063438-80-2 Tris (isooctyl thioglycolate) (2-carbobutoxyéthyl) tin. 45450 068610-51-5


Copolymer of p-cresol, dicyclopentadiene and isobutylene. 45705


166412-78-8 acid 1, 2-cyclohexyledicarboxylique, diisononyl ester. 46720 004130-42-1


2, 6-di-tert-butyl-4-ethylphenol. 47540 027458-90-8


disulfide di-tert-dodecyl. 47600 084030-61-5


bis (isooctyl thioglycolate), di-n-dodecyltin. 48800


000097-23 April 2, 2'-dihydroxy-5, 5-dichlorodiphenylmethane. 48880 000131-53-3


2, 2'-dihydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone. 49485


134701-20-5 2, 4-dimethyl-6- (1-méthylpentadécyl) phenol. 49840


002500-88-1 dioctadecyl disulfide. 51680


000102-08-9 N, N'-diphenylthiourea. 52320 052047-59-3


2- (4-dodecylphenyl) indole. 53200 023949-66-8


2-ethoxy-2'-ethyloxanilide. 54300 118337-09-0


2, 2'-ethylidenebis (4, 6-di-tert-butylphenyl) fluorophosphonite. 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. 61280


003293-97-8 2-hydroxy-4-n-hexyloxybenzophénone. 61360


000131-57-7 2-hydroxy-4-methoxybenzophenone. 61600


001843-05-6 2-hydroxy-4-n-octyloxybenzophenone. 66360 085209-91-2


Phosphate 2, 2'-methylenebis (4, 6-di-tert-butylphenyl) sodium. 66400 000088-24-4


2, 2'-methylenebis (4-ethyl-6-tert-butylphenol). 66480 000119-47-1


2, 2'-methylenebis (4-methyl-6-tert-butylphenol). 66560 004066-02-8


2, 2'-methylenebis (4-methyl-6-cyclohexyl phenol). 66580 000077-62-3


2, 2'-methylenebis [4-methyl-6- (1-methylcyclohexyl) phenol]. 68145 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 3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate. 68400


010094-45-8 Octadécylérucamide. 69840


016260-09-6 Oléylpamitamide. 71670 178671-58-4


Tetrakis (2-cyano-3, 3-diphenylacrylate) of pentaerythritol.
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resins (hydrogenated) petroleum hydrocarbons. 72160


000948-65-2 2-phenylindole. 72800


Phosphate 001241-94-7 diphenyl 2-ethylhexyl.
73160
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Phosphates of mono - and di-n-alkyl (C16 and C18). 74010 145650-60-8


phosphite, bis (2, 4-di-tert-butyl-6-methylphenyl) ethyl.

74400 -

Phosphite, tris (nonyl-and / or dinonylphenyl).
76 866
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Polyesters of 1, 2-propanediol and / or 1, 3-and / or 1, 4-butanediol and / or polypropylene glycol with adipic acid. The terminal groups can be esterified with acetic acid, fatty acids C12-C18 or n-octanolet / or n-decanol.
77440
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polyethylene Diricinoléate. 78320 009004-97-1


polyethylene glycol monoricinoleate. 81200


071878-19-8 Poly [6 - [(1, 1, 3, 3-tetramethylbutyl) amino] -1, 3, 5-triazine-2, 4-diyl] - [ (2, 2, 6, 6-tetramethyl-4-piperidyl) imino] -hexaméthylène - [(2, 2, 6, 6-tétraméthy4-piperidyl) imino]. 83599 068442-12-6


oleate Reaction products of 2-mercaptoethyl with dichlorodimethyltin, sodium sulfide and trichloromethyltin. 83700


000141-22-0 ricinoleic acid. 84800 000087-18-3


Salicylate 4-tert-butylphenyl.
92320
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tetradecyl ether poly (ethylene oxide) (3-8) with glycolic acid. 92560 038613-77-3


tetrakis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) -4, 4'-biphenylene. 92700 078301-43-6


polymer of 2, 2, 4, 4-tetramethyl-20- (2, 3-epoxypropyl) -7-oxa-3, 20-diazadispiro [5. 1. 11. 2] -hénicosan-21-one. 92800 000096-69-5


4, 4'-thiobis (6-tert-butyl-3-methylphenol). 92880 041484-35-9


Bis [3- (3, 5-di-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyphenyl) propionate] thiodiethanol. 93120


000123-28-4 didodecyl thiodipropionate. 93280 000693-36-7


dioctadecyl thiodipropionate. 95270 161717-32-4


phosphite 2, 4, 6-tris (tert-butyl) phenyl 2-butyl-2-ethyl-1, 3-propanediol. 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.

Specifications
Chapter IV Part A General Specifications

The materials and plastic articles shall not release primary aromatic amines in a detectable quantity (DL = 0, 01 mg / kg of foodstuff food or food simulant). This restriction does not apply to the migration of primary aromatic amines appearing in the lists of Chapters I and II of the Annex. Part B

Other specifications


reference NUMBER OTHER SPECIFICATIONS 11530

2-hydroxypropyl acrylate.
It can contain up to 25% (m / m) acrylate, 2-hydroxyisopropyl (CAS No. 002918-23-2).

16690 Divinylbenzene.
It can contain up to 45% (m / m) of ethylvinylbenzene.

18888 Copolymer of 3-hydroxybutanoic acid with 3-hydropentanoïque acid.
Definition: these copolymers are produced by the controlled fermentation of Alcaligenes eutrophus using mixtures of glucose and propionic acid as sources of carbone.L'organisme used is not genetically engineered but is derived from a single wild-type organism Alcaligenes eutrophus (strain H16 NCIMB 10442). the body base stocks are kept in freeze-dried ampoules. A working stock prepared from the base stock is kept in liquid nitrogen and used to prepare inocula for the fermenter. Daily in the fermenter samples are subjected to a microscopic examination and looking 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 in the form of melt formed granules containing additives such as nucleating agents, plasticizers, fillers, stabilizers and pigments which all conform to the general and individual specifications.
Chemical name: poly (3-D-hydroxybutanoate-co-3-D-hydroxy-pentanoate).
CAS number 080181-31-3.
Structural formula: CH3


I CH3 O CH2 O

I II II (-O-CH-CH2-C-) m - (O-CH2-CH C-) n
with n / (m + n) greater than 0 and less than or equal to 0, 25
molecular weight: at least 150,000 daltons (as measured by gel permeation ).
Analysis: at least 98% poly (3-D-hydroxybutanoate-co-3-D-hydroxypentanoate) after hydrolysis as a mixture of 3-D-hydroxybutanoic acid and 3-D-hydroxypentanoic.
Description: white powder-white after isolation.
Features:
Identification tests:

Solubility: soluble in chlorinated hydrocarbons such as chloroform or dichloromethane, but almost insoluble in ethanol, aliphatic alkanes and water.
Restriction QMA for crotonic acid = 0, 05 mg / 6 dm ².
Purity before granulation the raw material copolymer powder must contain:
- nitrogen: not more than 2 500 mg / kg of 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 of plastic;
- Chromium: not more than 1 mg / kg of plastic.

23547 POLYDIMETHYLSILOXANE (pm> 800).
Minimum Viscosity 100 × 10-6 m² / s (= 100 centistokes) at 25 ° C. hydrogenated

24903 syrups from hydrolysed starch.
In accordance with the purity criteria for maltitol syrup E 956 (ii) (Decree of 2 October 1997 on additives for use in the manufacture of foodstuffs intended for human consumption).

25385 triallylamine.
40 mg / kg of hydrogel at a ratio of 1, 5 grams of hydrogel maximum to 1 kg of feed. Only suitable for hydrogels intended for non-direct food contact.

38320 4- (2-benzoxazolyl-4 '-. (5-METHYL-2-benzoxazolyl) STILBENE
Not more than 0, 05% w / w (quantity of substance used / quantity of the formulation) 42080


carbon Black Specifications:
- extractable by toluene.. max 0, 1%, determined by the IS 6209 method;
- UV absorption at 386 nm of the cyclohexane extract: <0, 02 AU for a 1 cm cell or <0, 1 AU for a 5 cm cell, determined by a generally recognized method of analysis
- benzo ( a) pyrene: max 0, 25 mg / kg carbon black;
- maximum permitted rate of carbon black in the polymer: 25% w / w 43480


activated carbon a.. be used only in PET at maximum 10 mg / kg of polymer. purity requirements identical to those set for vegetable carbon (E 153) by order of 2 October 1997 on additives for use in the manufacture of foodstuffs intended for human consumption.

43680 CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE.
Chlorofluoromethane content less than 1 mg / kg of substance.

47210 POLYMER ACID DIBUTYLTHIOSTANNOÏQUE.
Molecular unit = (C8H18S3Sn2) n (n = 1, 5-2).

64990 Sodium salt of the copolymer of styrene and maleic anhydride.
Fraction MW <1000 less than 0, 05% (w / w).

67155 4- Blend (2-benzoxazolyl) -4 '- (5-methyl-2-benzoxazolyl) stilbene, 4, 4'-bis (2-benzoxa-zolyl) stilbene and 4, 4'-bis (5-methyl-2-benzo-xazolyl) stilbene.
Mixture obtained by the manufacturing process, ina ratio of (58-62%): (23-27%): (13-17%).
72081/10
resins (hydrogenated) petroleum hydrocarbons.
Specifications:
Hydrogenated petroleum hydrocarbon resins are produced by the catalytic or thermal polymerisation of dienes and olefins of the aliphatic, alicyclic and / or monobenzenoid arylalkene types from distillates of cracked petroleum stocks to temperatures not exceeding 220 ° C as well as the pure monomers found in these distillation streams, followed by distillation, hydrogenation and further treatment.
Properties: Viscosity
> 3 Pa · s at 120 ° C.
softening temperature determined by Method E 28-67 ASTM:.> 95 ° C Bromine index
: <40 (ASTM D1159).
Color of a 50% solution in toluene <11 on the Gardner scale.
Residual aromatic monomer ≤ 50 ppm.

76721 POLYDIMETHYLSILOXANE (pm> 6800).
Minimum viscosity: 100 × 10-6 m ² / s (= 100 centistokes) at 25 ° C.

76815 Esters of polyester of adipic acid with glycerol or pentaerythritol with linear fatty acids even number of carbon atoms (C12 and C22).
Fraction MW <1000 less than 0, 05% (w / w).

Polyester 76845 of 1, 4-butanediol and caprolactone.
Fraction MW <1000 less than 0, 05% (w / w).

77895 Ether mono alkyl (C16-C18) polyethylene glycol (EO = 2-6).
The composition of the mixture is as follows: - (approx. 28%)
monoalkylether polyethylene glycol (EO = 2-6);
- Fatty alcohols (C16-C18) (approximately 48%).
- Monoalkyl ether (C16-C18) ethylene glycol (24% approx.).
79600
polyethylene glycol tridecyl phosphate.

Polyethylene glycol phosphate (EO ≤ 11) tridecyl (ester of mono-and dialkyl) with a maximum content of polyethylene glycol (EO ≤ 11) tridecyl 10%.

Polyester 76845 of 1, 4-butanediol and caprolactone.
Fraction MW <1000 less than 0, 5% (w / w).

81500 Polyvinylpyrrolidone.
The substance shall meet the purity criteria established in ladirective 96/77 / EC (*).

83595 REACTION PRODUCT OF PHOSPHONITE di-tert-Butyl WITH BIPHENYL, OBTAINED BY CONDENSATION OF 2, 4-tert-BUTYLPHENOL WITH THE PRODUCT OF REACTION OF CRAFT Friedel TRICHLORIDE PHOSPHORUS AND BIPHENYL.
Composition:
- 4, 4'-biphenylene-bis [0, 0-bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite] (CAS.N. 38613-77-3) (36 -46% w / w [*]);
- 4, 3'-biphenylene-bis [0, 0-bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite] (CAS.N. 118421-00-4 (17-23% w / w [*]);
- 3, 3'-biphenylene-bis [0, 0-bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite] (CAS.N. 118421-01-5) (1 -5% w / w [*]);
- 4-biphenylene-0, 0-bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite (CAS.N. 91362-37-7) (11 -19% w / w [*]);
- tris (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphite (CAS.N. 31570-04-4) (9-18% w / w [* ]);
- 4, 4'-biphenylene-0, 0-bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphonate 0, 0-bis (2, 4-di-tert-butylphenyl) phosphonite (CAS.N. 112949-97-0) (5% w / w [*])
Other specifications:
- phosphorus content of 5 min, 4% -max 5, 9%... ;
- max acidity of 10 mg KOH per gram;..
- melting range of 85 to 110 ° C.

88640 SOYBEAN OIL
epoxidized Oxirane <8% iodine number <6

95859 WAXES, REFINED, dERIVED fROM PETROLEUM oIL OR SYNTHETIC
the product should have the following specifications:
- content of hydrocarbons with carbon number. less than 25: not more than 5% (w / w);
- Viscosity at least equal to 11 × 10-6 m² / s (= 11 centistokes) at 100 ° C;
- Average molecular weight of at least 500.

95883 WHITE MINERAL OIL OIL OIL DERIVATIVES PARAFFINIC.
The product should have the following specifications:
- Content of hydrocarbons with carbon number less than 25, not more than 5% (w / w);
- Viscosity at least equal to 8, 5 × 10-6 m ² / s (= 8, 5 centistokes) at 100 ° C;
- Average molecular weight of at least 480.
(*) Amount of substance used / quantity of formulation. Chapter V


Notes on the column restrictions and / or specifications "
(1) Warning: the SML could be exceeded in fatty food simulants.
(2) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under reference numbers 10060 and 23920.
(3) SML (T) means in this case that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 15760 references, 16990, 47680, 53650 and 89440.
(4) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of substances under reference numbers 19540, 19960 and 64800.
(5) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum the migration of substances mentioned as reference numbers 14200, 14230 and 41840.
(6) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under numbers 66560 and 66580. references
(7) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 30080 references, 42320, 45195, 45200, 53610, 81760, 89200 and 92030.
(8) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 24886 references, 38000, 42400, 62020, 64320 , 66350, 67896, 73040, 85760, 85840, 85920 and 95725.
(9) Warning: the migration of the substance may damage the organoleptic characteristics of the food with which it is in contact and in this case, the finished product may not be consistent with the second paragraph of Article 2 of Directive 89/109 / EEC.
(10) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 30180 references, 40980, 63200, 65120, 65200, 65280, 65360, 65440
and 73120. (11) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of substances (expressed as iodine) referred under numbers 45200 references, 64320, 81680 and 86800 .

(12) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under numbers 36720 references, 36800, 36840 and 92000.
(13) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 39090 and 39120. references
(14) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction must not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 44960 references, 68078, 69160, 82020 and 89170.
(15) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 15970 references, 48640, 48720, 48880, 61280, 61360 and 61600.
(16) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 49595 references, 49600, 67520, 67515 and 83599.
(17) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of substances listed under numbers 50160 references, 50240, 50320, 50360, 50400, 50480, 50560, 50640, 50720, 50800, 50880, 50960, 51040 and 51120.
(18) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 67600 references, 67680 and 67760.
(19) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum the migration of substances mentioned as reference numbers 60400, 60480 and 61440.
(20) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under numbers 66400 and 66480. references
(21) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under reference numbers 93120 and 93280.
(22) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under numbers 17260 references, 18670, 54880 and 59280.
(23) SML (T) in this case that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 13620 references, 36840, 40320 and 87040.
(24) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 13720 and 40580. references
(25) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under numbers 16650 and 51570. references
(26) QM (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the residual amount of the substances covered under the numbers 14950 references, 15700, 16240, 16570, 16600, 16630, 18640, 19110, 22332, 22420, 22570, 25210, 25240 and 25270.
(27) QMS (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the amount residual substances listed under reference numbers 10599 / 90A, 10599/91, 10599 / 92A and 10599/93
(28) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of substances mentioned as reference numbers 13480 and 39680.
(29) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under numbers 22775 and references
69920. (30) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 86480 references, 86960 and 87120.
(31) the compliance check in contact with fats should be done using saturated fatty food simulants as simulant D.
(32) compliance testing when in contact with fats should be done to 'using isoctane as substitute of simulant D (unstable).
(33) QMS (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the residual amount of the substances covered under the numbers 14800 and 45600. References
(34) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 55200 references, 55280 and 55360.
(35) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 25540 and 25550 references.

(36) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 10690 references, 10750, 10780, 10810, 10840, 11470, 11590, 11680 , 11710, 11830, 11890, 11980 and 31500.
(37) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of substances under reference numbers 20020, 20080, 20110, 20140, 20170, 20890, 21010, 21100, 21130, 21190, 21280, 21340 and 21460.
(38) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration substances covered under the numbers 81515 references, 96190, 96240 and 96320 and the salts (including double salts and acid salts) of zinc acids, phenols and alcohols allowed. The restriction for Zn applies to the names containing acid (s) ... salts "which appear in the lists if the acid or the corresponding free acids are not.
(39) Migration limit might be exceeded at very high temperature.
(40) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances under reference numbers 38940 and 40020.
(41) SML (T) means in this case that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of the substances listed under numbers 47600 and 67360. references
(42) SML (T) in this case means that the restriction shall not be exceeded by the sum of the migration of substances mentioned as reference numbers 75100 and 75105. Chapter VI


Additional provisions applicable when checking migration limits

General provisions 1. When comparing migration test results specified in Annex to Directive 82/711 / EEC, the density of all the simulants should conventionally be 1. Milligrams of substance (s) released per liter of liquid simulator (mg / l) will thus correspond numerically to milligrams of substance (s) released per simulator liquid kilogram (mg / kg) and, subject to the provisions laid down in Directive 85/572 / EEC, to milligrams of substance (s ) released per kilogram of foodstuff.
2. Where the migration tests are carried out on samples taken from the material or article or on samples manufactured for the purpose, and if the quantities of food or liquid simulator placed in contact with the sample differ from the actual conditions of use of the material or object, the results obtained should be corrected by applying the following formula: m = m
. a2. 1000
a1. q wherein: M
migration in mg / kg;
M = mass of substance in mg released by the sample as determined by the migration test;
A1 = the area in dm² of the sample in contact with the food or liquid simulator during the migration test;
= A2 the surface by dm² of the material or article in real conditions of employment;
Q = the quantity in grams of foodstuff in contact with the material or article in real conditions of use.
2a. Correction of specific migration in foods containing more than 20% fat by the reduction factor related to fat content (FRF):
The reduction factor related to fat content "(FRF ) is a factor between 1 and 5 by which must be divided measuring the migration of lipophilic substances into a fatty food or simulant D and its substitutes before comparison with the specific migration limits.

General rules Substances considered lipophilic "for the application of the FRF are listed in Chapter VI. The specific migration of lipophilic substances in mg / kg (M) is corrected by the FRF variable between 1 to 5 (MFRF). The following equations shall be applied before comparison with the legal limit:
MFRF = M / FRF and

FRF = (g fat in food / kg of food) / 200 = ( % fat × 5) / 100
This correction by the FRF is not applicable in the following cases:
a) When the material or object is in contact or is intended to be contacted with food containing less than 20% fat;
B) When the material or object is in contact or intended to come into contact with food intended for infants and young children within the meaning of Directives 91/321 / EEC and 96/5 / EC;

C) In the case of substances included on the lists of Chapters I and II of the Annex with a restriction in column (4) SML = ND or non-listed substances used behind a functional barrier plastic with a migration limit of 0, 01 mg / kg;
D) In ​​the case of materials and articles for which it is not possible to estimate the ratio of the surface of these materials or articles and the quantity of foodstuff in contact with them, for example due to their shape or use, and the migration is calculated using the conventional conversion factor volume-surface 6 dm² / kg.
The correction by the FRF is applicable under certain conditions in the following case:
For containers and other containers with a capacity of less than 500 milliliters or more than 10 liters and for sheets and films in contact with foodstuffs containing more than 20% fat, the migration is calculated as concentration in the food or simulant foodstuff (mg / kg) and corrected by the FRF, or recalculated mg / dm ² without applying the FRF . If one of these two values ​​is below the SML, the material or object is considered in compliance.
The application of the FRF shall not lead to a specific migration exceeding the overall migration limit.
2b. Correction of specific migration in food simulant D foodstuff:
The specific migration of lipophilic substances into simulant D and its substitutes shall be corrected by the following factors:
a) The reduction coefficient referred to in point 3 of the Annex to Directive 85/572 / EEC, hereinafter referred to as reduction factor - simulant D "(FRD).
The DRF may not be applicable when the specific migration into simulant D is higher than 80% of the content of this substance in the material or article in its finished state (eg thin film). Scientific or experimental evidence (for example, tests on the most critical foods) is required to determine whether the DRF is applicable. It is also not applicable for substances in the Community lists having a restriction in column (4) SML = ND or non-listed substances used behind a functional barrier made of plastic with a migration limit of 0, 01 mg / kg.
B) the FRF is applicable to migration into simulants, provided the fat content of the food to be packed is known and the requirements mentioned in point 2a are fulfilled.
C) the Total Reduction Factor (TRF) is the factor, with a maximum value of 5, by which is to be divided measuring the migration into simulant D or a substitute thereof before comparison with the legal limit. It is obtained by multiplying the DRF by the FRF, when both factors are applicable. 3
. Determining the migration is carried out on the material or article or, if this is not possible, using either samples of the material or article or, where appropriate, using representative samples of the material or of the object.
The sample must be placed in contact with the food or liquid simulator to reproduce the conditions of contact in employment réel.A this, the test will be performed so that only the parts of the sample intended to come into contact with foodstuffs in actual use will be in contact with the food or liquid simulator. This condition is particularly important in the case of materials and articles comprising several layers, for closures, etc.
It is necessary to perform the migration testing of caps, gaskets, stoppers or other closures which, for this purpose, should be placed on the containers which they are intended so that this corresponds to the normal or foreseeable conditions of use.
In all cases, the realization of a more severe test to demonstrate compliance with migration limits is permitted.

4. Pursuant to Article 8 of this Order, the sample of the material or article is placed in contact with the food or liquid suitable simulator for a time and at a temperature which are chosen depending on conditions real jobs contact under regulations established by directives 82/711 / EEC and 85/572 / CEE.A the end of the prescribed time, the analytical determination of the total quantity of substances (overall migration) or the specific quantity one or more substances (specific migration) sold (s) by the sample is carried out on the foodstuff or liquid simulator.
5. Where a material or article is intended to come into repeated contact with foodstuffs, (the) test (s) for migration must (should) be done (s) three times on the same sample, under the conditions laid down in Directive 82/711 / EEC, each time using another sample of the food or liquid new simulator. The control must be based on the level of migration found in the third test. However, there is conclusive evidence that the level of migration does not increase in the second and third tests and if the (the) limit (s), migration is (are) not exceeded (s) in the first test, it is not necessary to proceed with a new trial.
5a. Caps, lids, gaskets, stoppers and other closures similar devices:
a) If one knows the intended use for these objects, subjected to tests by applying them to the containers which they are intended under conditions closing corresponding to those of normal or foreseeable use. It is assumed that these articles are in contact with a quantity of food equal to a full container. The results are expressed in mg / kg or mg / dm ² in accordance with Articles 2 and 7 taking into account the whole contact surface of sealing article and container.
B) Ignoring the intended use for these objects, subjected to a separate test and the result is expressed in mg / article. The value obtained is added, if necessary, to the quantity migrated from the container for which it is intended.

Special provisions relating to overall migration 6
. When using the aqueous liquid simulators specified in Directives 82/711 / EEC and 85/572 / EEC, the analytical determination of the total quantity of substances released by the sample may be performed by evaporation of liquid and weighing the simulator residue.
If using the rectified olive oil or its substitutes, the procedure described below can be used.
The sample of material or article is weighed before and after contact with the fluid simulator. The simulator liquid absorbed by the sample is extracted and determined quantitatively. The amount of fluid simulator is subtracted from the weight of the sample measured after contact with the fluid simulator. The difference between the initial weight and corrected final weights represents the overall migration of the sample examined.
When a material or article is intended to come into repeated contact with foodstuffs and it is technically impossible to carry out the test described in paragraph 5, modifications to that test are acceptable provided they allow determine the level of migration in the third test. One of these possible modifications is described below.
The test is performed on three identical samples of the material or article. The first is subjected to the appropriate test and the overall migration determined (M ¹); the second and third samples are subjected to the same conditions of temperature but the period of contact shall be two and three times that specified; the overall migration determined in each case (respectively M and M ² ³).
The material or object is considered to comply if M or M ² ³ - SQM do not exceed the overall migration limit.
7. A material or object whose migration level exceeds the overall migration limit by an amount not exceeding the analytical tolerance mentioned below should be considered to conform to this Order.
The following analytical tolerances have been observed:
20 mg / kg or 3 mg / dm ² in migration tests using rectified olive oil or its substitutes;
12 mg / kg or 2 mg / dm ² in migration tests using the other simulants referred to in Directives 82/711 / EEC and 85/572 / EEC.

8. Without prejudice to Article 3, paragraph 2 of Directive 82/711 / EEC, migration tests using rectified olive oil or substitutes shall not be carried out to check the overall migration limit in cases where there is conclusive proof that the specified analytical method is technically inadequate.
In such cases, the specific migration limit of exempt substances or other restrictions in the list of Chapter I of the Annex, a generic specific migration limit of 60 mg / kg or 10 mg / dm ², depending on the case, is applied. The sum of all specific migrations determined shall not exceed the overall migration limit.
Chapter VI-I Compliance Statement

The written declaration referred to in Article 9 shall contain the following information:
1. Identity and address of the operator which manufactures or imports the plastic materials or articles or the substances intended for the manufacture of those materials and articles.
2. Identity of the materials, objects or substances for the manufacture of such materials and articles; date of the declaration. 3
. Declaration date.
4. Confirmation of the materials and plastic objects with the applicable requirements of this Order and Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004
5. adequate information relative to the substances used for which restrictions and / or specifications provided for in this Order are in place to allow the downstream business operators to ensure compliance with these restrictions.
6. adequate information on substances subject to a restriction in food, obtained by experimental data or theoretical calculation of their specific migration level and, where appropriate, purity criteria in accordance with Directives 95/31 / EC 95/45 / EC and 96/77 / EC to enable the user of these materials or articles to comply with the relevant Community provisions or, failing that, with national provisions applicable to food.
7. Specifications for the use of the material or object such as:
i) Type (s) of foodstuff (s) food (s) for (s) to be (s) in contact with them;
Ii) Time and temperature of treatment and storage in contact with the food;
Iii) Report area / volume in contact with the food used to establish the compliance of the material or object.
8. When a plastic functional barrier is used in a material object or multilayer plastic, confirmation that the material or article meets the requirements of Article 7a, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of this Order.
The written statement helps to easily identify the materials, 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 are available. "

Done in Paris on 25 April 2008.
The Minister of Economy,
Industry and Employment,
For the Minister and by delegation:
By impediment of the CEO
competition, the
consumption and fraud:

the head of department of regulation and security,
F. Amand Director General

companies,
L. Rousseau
The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries,
For the Minister and by delegation: The Director General

Food,
J.-M. Bournigal
The Minister of Health,
of Youth,
sports and community life,
For the Minister and by delegation:

By impediment of CEO health:

the deputy director of prevention
risk to the environment and food,
J. Boudot

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