Consumer Goods Ordinance

Original Language Title: Bedarfsgegenständeverordnung

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Date of issue: 10.04.1992

Full quote:

" Requestment Regulation in the version of the notice of 23. December 1997 (BGBl. 5), which was last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 24 December 2002. June 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1682) "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 23.12.1997; 1998 I 5;
Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 24.6.2013 I 1682

For details, see the Notes

menu. This regulation is used to implement the following guidelines:
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Council Directive 76 /893/EEC of 23. November 1976 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 28.12.1976, p. EC No 19),
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Council Directive 78 /142/EEC of 30 June 1992. 1 January 1978 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles containing vinyl chloride monomer intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 31.12.1978, p. EC No 15),
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Council Directive 79 /663/EEC of 24 December 1992, p. 1 July 1979 supplementing the Annex to Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ L 327, 28.8.1979, p. EC No 37),
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Commission Directive 80 /590/EEC of 9 June 2000. June 1980 on the definition of the symbol for materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 28.8.1980, p. EC No 21),
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Commission Directive 80 /766/EEC of 8 June 1992. July 1980 on the establishment of Community methods of analysis for the official examination of the content of vinyl chloride monomer in materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 30.4.1980, p. EC No 42),
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Commission Directive 81 /432/EEC of 29 June 1992, p. 1 April 1991 laying down the Community methods of analysis for the official test on vinyl chloride, which has been transferred from subject to food (OJ L 327, 28.1.1991, p. EC No 6),
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Council Directive 82/711/EEC of 18 December 1991. October 1982 laying down general rules for the identification of migration from plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ C 327, 28.11.1982, p. EC No 26),
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Council Directive 82/806/EEC of 22 December 1992, p. November 1982 amending for the second time Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (benzene) 1. EC No 55),
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Council Directive 83 /229/EEC of 25 June 1992, p. April 1983 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles made from glass sheets intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 30.4.1983, p. EC No 31),
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Council Directive 83 /264/EEC of 16 December 1992, p. May 1983, amending for the fourth time Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ No L 73, 27.4.1983, p. EC No 9),
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Council Directive 84 /500/EEC of 15 June 1992, p. October 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to ceramic articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 30.12.1984, p. EC No 12),
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Council Directive 85 /572/EEC of 19 June 1992. December 1985 on the list of simulant solvents for the migration of plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 28.12.1985, p. EC No 14),
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Commission Directive 86 /388/EEC of 23 May 1992. July 1986 amending Council Directive 83 /229/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles made from cellular glass films intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ No L 73, 27.3.1986, p. EC No 32),
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Council Directive 89 /109/EEC of 21 May 1999. 1 December 1988 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 28.12.1988, p. EC No 38, corrected in OJ L 327, 28.1.2002, p. EC No 37),
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Council Directive 89 /677/EEC of 21 June 1992, p. December 1989 amending for the eighth time Directive 76 /769/EEC on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ L 139, 30.4.1989, p. EC No 19)-to the extent that the provisions contained therein are to be applied to joke articles-,
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Commission Directive 90 /128/EEC of 23 May 1992. February 1990 on materials and articles of plastics intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ C 327, 28.11.1990, p. EC No 19, corrected in OJ L 327, 28.1.2002, p. EC No 26),
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Commission Directive 2011 /8/EU of 28 December 2001. January 2011 amending Directive 2002/72/EC as regards the restriction of the use of bisphenol A in plastic baby bottles (OJ L 201, 31.7.2011, p. 11).

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(+ + + text-proof from: 16.4.1992 + + +)
(+ + + Official notes of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EWGRL 893/76 (CELEX Nr: 31976L0893)
EWGRL 142/78 (CELEX No: 31978L0142)
EWGRL 663/79 (CELEX NO: 31979L0663)
EWGRL 590/80 (CELEX NO: 31980L0590)
EWGRL 766/80 (CELEX NO: 31980L0766)
EWGRL 432/81 (CELEX No: 31981L0432)
EWGRL 711/82 (CELEX No: 31982L0711)
EWGRL 806/82 (CELEX NO: 31982L0806)
EWGRL 229/83 (CELEX NO: 31983L0229)
EWGRL 264/83 (CELEX NO: 31983L0264)
EWGRL 500/84 (CELEX NO: 31984L0500)
EWGRL 572/85 (CELEX NO: 31985L0572)
EWGRL 388/86 (CELEX NO: 31986L0388)
EWGRL 109/89 (CELEX NO: 31989L0109)
EWGRL 677/89 (CELEX NO: 31989L0677)
EWGRL 128/90 (CELEX NO: 31990L0128)
Implementation of the
EGRL 3/95 (CELEX Nr: 31995L0003)
EGRL 11/96 (CELEX Nr: 31996L0011) cf. V v. 17.4.1997 I 796
observance of the
EWGRL 189/83 (CELEX Nr: 31983L0189) see V v. 17.4.1997 I 796
observance of the
EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998L0034) see V v. 7.3.2000 I 179
Implementation of
EGRL 27/94 (CELEX Nr: 31994L0027) cf. V v. 14.6.2000 I 849
Attention to the
EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998L0034) see V v. 3.8.2010 I 1138
Implementation of the
EURL 8/2011 (CELEX Nr: 32011L0008) cf. V v. 7.2.2011 I 226 + + +)

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The Federal Minister of Health, in each case, Connection with Article 56 (1) of the Act on Jurisdiction Adjustment of 18. March 1975 (BGBl. 705) and with the organisation of the organisation of 23. January 1991 (BGBl. 530),
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on the basis of § 5 (3) of the German Food and Commodities Act of 15. August 1974 (BGBl. I p. 1945, 1946) in agreement with the Federal Ministers for Economic Affairs and Labour and Social Order,
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on the basis of section 9 (1) (1) (a) in conjunction with Section 3 of the German Food and Consumer Affairs Act, in agreement with the Federal Ministers for Food, Agriculture and Forestry, and for the Economy,
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on the basis of Section 31 (2) and section 44 (2) of the German Food and Commodities Law as well as
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on the basis of section 32 (1) Nos. 1 to 5, 8, 9 (b) and (9b) Connection with para. 3 of the Food and Commodities Act, the last of which is the Law of 22. January 1991 (BGBl. 121), in agreement with the Federal Ministers for Economic Affairs, Labour and Social Affairs, the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, and for Food, Agriculture and Forestry:
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§ 1 Equality

impregnation agent in aerosol packaging for leather and textile products for domestic use , and are not products within the meaning of Article 2 (6), first sentence, point 8 of the Food and Feed Code, shall be treated as equivalent to the items of supply. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation,
1.
Food needs: commodities within the meaning of § 2 para. 6 sentence 1 no. 1 of the food and feed codes;
2.
Food requirements made of cellular glass film: intended for use as food items, certain
a)
uncoated cell glass sheets,
b)
coated cell glass films with a coating made of cellulose or
c)
coated Cell glass films with a coating made of plastic within the meaning of Article 3 (2) of Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 December 2011. 1 January 2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food (OJ L 327, 28.11.2011, p. 1; L 278, 25.10.2011, p. 13), as amended,
, each made from regenerated cellulose, which is made from wood not processed for other purposes, or from non-other uses. Cotton has been obtained, even with a coating on one or both sides, with the exception of synthetic casings made of regenerated cellulose;
3.
(omitted)
3a.
(omitted)
3b.
(omitted)
3c.
(omitted)
4.
Ceramic food items: articles intended for use as food items, which are made from a mixture of inorganic substances with one in general high content of clay or silicate, with the possible addition of small amounts of organic substances, and are fired after they have been formed. They can be burnt up and equipped with glazes or decor;
5.
Commodities from vinyl chloride polymers:
a)
commodities within the meaning of § 2 (6) sentence 1 (3) of the food and
b)
Commodities within the meaning of Article 2 (6), first sentence, point 5 of the Food and Feed Code, which are intended to be used in accordance with the provisions of Article 2 (2) of the Food and Feed Code; to be used with the mucous membranes of the mouth and
produced using vinyl chloride polymers or vinyl chloride copolymers;
6.
Babyarticle: any product intended to facilitate your sleep, relaxation, feeding and sucking of children or their hygienic care.
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§ 3 Prohibited Substances

The materials listed in Appendix 1 shall not be used for the commercial production or treatment of the materials listed in Appendix 1. shall be used. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 4 Authorized Substances

(1) In the commercial production of food items from the food products in accordance with § 2 No. 2 Only the substances listed in Appendix 2 may be used in compliance with the restrictions on the use referred to in column 2 of point (a) and (b). Substances may only be used if they comply with the purity requirements laid down in column 4. Insofar as no purity requirements are laid down in column 4, the substances used must meet commercial purity requirements with regard to their area of use. By way of derogation from the first sentence, substances other than those referred to therein may also be used as dye and adhesive, provided that a transfer of the substances to the food in contact with the film or to the surface thereof in accordance with a recognised Analysis method not to be determined.(1a) Only the substances listed in Annex 2, Part A may be used for the commercial production of food supplies from the cell glass films referred to in Article 2 (2) (c), in compliance with the substances referred to in column 2 above. Usage restrictions are used. The first sentence of paragraph 1 is to be applied.(2) Subject to the provisions of paragraph 3, the commercial production of food items within the meaning of section 2 (2) (c) may be considered as a
1.
monomers or other starting materials,
2.
Additives other than colorants,
3.
Excipients in the manufacture of plastics other than solvent and
4.
macromolecules obtained by microbial fermentation
only those listed in Annex I, point 1, Table 1 of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, in the first subparagraph of Article 1 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 10/2011. Substances listed in Annex I, point 1, Table 1, column 10 and point 4 of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, as amended on 1 January 2013, in compliance with the restrictions and specifications set out in Annex I, point 1, table 1, point 1, point 1 The new version will be in force in January 2013. The substances may only be used if they comply with the general requirements laid down in Article 8, first sentence, of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, as amended. Article 6 (3) of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, as amended, shall apply accordingly.(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 2, in the case of industrial production of food supplies as referred to in Article 2 (2) (c), as regards the coating as additives, the substances listed in Appendix 13 may also be used in accordance with the requirements laid down in paragraph 2 (2) (c) of Annex 13, column 4, shall be used, provided that Article 3 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 does not preclude the restriction.(4) In the case of industrial production of plastic materials and articles within the meaning of Article 3 (1) of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, additives may be used as additives in addition to the additives authorised in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 10/2011. the substances listed in Annex 13 shall also be used in compliance with the restrictions set out in Annex 13, column 4, provided that Article 3 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 does not preclude this. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 5 Prohibited Procedures

The products listed in Appendix 4 may be used for the purposes of the Do not use the method. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Maximum quantities

Commercial terms cannot be placed on the market
1.
Food requirements from cell glass film if you use the substances listed in Appendix 2 above in addition to the quantitative limits laid down in column 3,
2.
food items within the meaning of section 2 (2) (c) if they are to be found in The coating referred to in Annex I, point 1, Table 1 of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, in the first subparagraph of Article 1 (1) of Regulation 3.
3.
listed in column 10 above,
3.
listed in Annex 5 Items of demand, if they contain the substances referred to in column 3 above the maximum quantities fixed in column 4,
4.
listed in Appendix 5a Items of demand, if they release the substances listed in column 3 of this Annex above the quantitative limits laid down in column 4.
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§ 7 Usage prohibitions

(1) Food needs items that do not meet the requirements of § § 4 to 6 may not be required are not used in the commercial production or treatment of foodstuffs.(2) Printed cell glass film may only be used commercially in such a way that the printed side does not come into contact with food. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Transition of substances to food

(1) (omitted) (1a) (omitted) (1b) (omitted) (1c) In the case of the Paragraph 2, in conjunction with paragraph 3 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005 of 18 June 2005, of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 November 2005 on the restriction of the use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 28.12.2005, p. EU No 28), the materials and articles referred to in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005, which are transferred from the materials or articles to food, may be subject to the specific substances and articles specified in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005. Do not exceed migration limit values.(1d) (omitted) (2) (omitted) (3) In the case of the food products listed in Appendix 6, the quantities of the substances referred to therein which are transferred from the supplies to the food shall not be subject to the maximum quantities specified therein. shall be exceeded.(4) Articles 10, 11, 12, 17 and 18 of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011, as amended, shall apply in respect of food requirements as defined in Section 2 (2) (c) with regard to the coating. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 9 Warnings

In Appendix 7, items listed in Appendix 7 may be placed on the market only if: the warnings listed there at the place mentioned therein are indelible, clearly visible, easily legible and indicated in the German language. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Labelling, Follow-up duties

(1) (omitted) (1a) Food items from cell glass film may be used shall be placed on the market only if they are accompanied by a written declaration in the German language certifying that they comply with the requirements of this Regulation and of Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004. The first sentence shall not apply to the placing on the market in the retail trade and to food items of cellular glass film which are apparently intended to be used for the production, treatment, placing on the market or the consumption of foodstuffs.(2) In the case of food supplies from ceramics which have not yet come into contact with food, the first sentence of paragraph 1a shall apply mutas to the first sentence of paragraph 1a. The declaration must be issued by the manufacturer or, if the manufacturer is not established in the European Union, the importer established in the European Union, and must include the following additional information: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
The name and address of the manufacturer and, if not established in the European Union, also the importer,
2.
Ceramic food item identity,
3.
date (c) the preparation of the declaration.
In addition, the manufacturer or importer must, for the purposes of monitoring, provide evidence of compliance with the maximum quantities laid down in Annex 6 (2) for the subject-matter of the foodstuffs concerned. Such evidence shall contain at least the results of the analyses carried out, the test conditions, and the name and address of the laboratory which carried out the analysis.The materials and articles referred to in Article 1 (2), in conjunction with paragraph 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005, which contain BADGE or its derivatives, may only be placed on the market if they are subject to a written declaration Declaration in the German language, which certifies that they comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005 and Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004. Sentence 1 shall not apply to the placing on the market in the retail trade.(3) The goods listed in Appendix 9 may only be delivered to consumers on a commercial basis only if the information listed in column 3 is indelible, clearly visible, clearly visible at the points provided for in column 4 is legible and in German language.(4) If goods are placed on the market, the information referred to in Article 15 (1) (a) and (b) of Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 shall be affixed in the German language. Non-official table of contents

§ 10a Marking of footwear products

(1) School certificates as defined in Appendix 11, No. 1, must be made by the manufacturer or his/her Authorised representative established in the European Union or, if neither the manufacturer nor his authorised representative is established in the European Union, by the person who has been established in the European Union for the first time in the European Union. Prior to the commercial placing on the market, transport shall be accompanied by the particulars referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2 in conjunction with paragraph 3. The particulars referred to in the first sentence shall be affixed to at least one footwear product of each pair, legible, preserved and clearly visible. Those who make school products on a commercial basis must ensure that the levy is affixed in accordance with the second sentence. The information may be supplemented by written information.Footwear products shall be identified by means of pictograms or written information in accordance with Annex 11 (2) and (3) with the indication of their components and the indication of the materials used for this purpose and determined in accordance with paragraph 3. This does not apply to
1.
used shoes,
2.
Security footwear that falls under the regulation on the placing on the market of personal protective equipment
3.
Toy shoes.
The regulations of the Chemicals Prohibition Regulation remain unaffected.(3) The marking referred to in paragraph 2 shall indicate the material of at least 80% of the material in each case
1.
the surface of the upper material,
2.
the surface of the lining and the top sole, and
3.
the volume of outsole
. If no material is at least 80 per cent, information on the two materials with the largest proportions of the shoe component must be provided. The materials of the upper material are determined independently of accessories or reinforcing parts, such as ankle protectors, border frames, decorations, buckles, brackets, eyelets or similar devices. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Investigation procedure

The investigations referred to in Appendix 10 are based on the following Examination procedures shall be carried out. Non-official table of contents

§ 11a Special provisions for importation

(1) § 18 (1) of the food import regulation applies accordingly to: the importation of goods subject to purchase, with the proviso that the point
1.
of the prohibition in § 5 (1) Sentence 1 of the Food and Feed Code prohibiting Article 30 (1) of the Food and Feed Code and
2.
of the prohibition of Article 14 Paragraph 2 (a) of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 prohibiting Article 30 (2) of the Food and Feed Code.
(2) shipments of food items referred to in Article 1 in conjunction with Article 2 (a) of Regulation (EU) No 284/2011 of the Commission of 22 June 2011. March 2011, laying down special conditions and detailed procedures for the import of polyamide and melamine plastic kitchen articles originating in or consigned from the People's Republic of China or the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (OJ L 327, 28.11.2011, p. 25), only one of the designated specific sites of the first introduction within the meaning of Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 284/2011 may be introduced from third countries. The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety makes the list of designated specific places of the first introduction within the meaning of Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 284/2011 in the Federal Gazette and in the news on its website known. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Offences and Administrative Offences

(1) According to § 58 (1) (18) (4) to (6) of the Food and Agriculture Committee The animal feed code shall be punished for the purpose of using intentionally or negligently in accordance with § 7 requirements.(2) According to § 58 (1) (18), (4) to (6) of the Food and Feed Code, it shall be punished who intentionally or negligently
1.
-contrary to § 3, in the manufacture or handling of the materials listed in Appendix 1 there are used substances,
2.
contrary to § 4 para. 1 sentence 1 or para. 1a sentence 1 in the production of food supplies from cell glass film
a)
other substances listed in Appendix 2, or
b)
listed in Appendix 2 for non-compliance with the usage restrictions listed there
3.
contrary to § 4, paragraph 2, sentence 1, a substance used or
4.
contrary to § 5 in the production of the plant
to 6 of the Food and Feed Code shall be punished as to who is
1.
against Commission Regulation (EC) No 1895/2005 of 18 June 2005. November 2005 on the restriction of the use of certain epoxy derivatives in materials and articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 28.12.2005, p. 28), by intentionally or negligently acting
a)
contrary to Article 3 of the Treaty of the manufacture of the materials or objects referred to there BFDGE or
b)
contrary to Article 4, in the manufacture of the materials referred to therein; or Items NOGE used or
2.
against Commission Regulation (EC) No 450/2009 of 29 June 2009. May 2009 on active and intelligent materials and articles intended to come into contact with food (OJ L 327, 28.5.2009, p. 3), by intentionally or negligently against Article 5 (1) in conjunction with paragraph 2 (c) (i) or (ii), using one of the substances mentioned therein.
(3) According to Article 59 (1) (21) (a) of the The Food and Feed Code shall be punished for the purpose of placing goods on the market in breach of § 6 Sentence 1 if they contain or release substances above the fixed limits or residual contents there.(3a) In accordance with Article 59 (3) (1) of the Food and Feed Code, it shall be punished who, contrary to Article 4 (e) in conjunction with Article 10 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 450/2009, places materials and articles on the market.(4) In accordance with Section 60 (1) of the Food and Feed Code, anyone who is negligently committing a act referred to in paragraph 3 or 3a shall act in an orderly way.(5) Contrary to the provisions of Section 60 (2) (26) (a) of the Food and Feed Code, who intentionally or negligently transports goods to the market in breach of § 9, which does not or not in the prescribed manner are marked with warning signs.(6) Contrary to the rules of section 60 (2) (26) (a) of the Food and Feed Code, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 10, paragraph 1a, sentence 1, also in conjunction with paragraph 2, or paragraph 2a, sentence 1, placing a food item on the market in commercial terms,
2.
(omitted)
3.
contrary to § 10 paragraph 2 sentence 3 and 4 proofs not, not correct or not ,
4.
In contrast to § 10, paragraph 3, issue an item of goods,
5.
contrary to § 10, paragraph 4, an indication is not available in German or
6.
contrary to § 10a, paragraph 1 Sentence 1 or 2 does not provide a school certificate with the required information or, contrary to § 10a, paragraph 1, sentence 3, the affixing of the mandatory marking is not ensured.
(7) Administrative offences within the meaning of § 60 (4) (2) Point (a) of the Food and Feed Code, who intentionally or negligently acts as
1.
against Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 June 2004. October 2004 on materials and articles intended to come into contact with food and repealing Directives 80 /590/EEC and 89 /109/EEC (OJ L 103, 25.4.1979, p. 4) by
a)
contrary to Article 15 (1) in conjunction with paragraph 3 of this Article Materials or articles not, not correct, not complete, not marked in the prescribed manner or not in time,
b)
contrary to Article 17 (2) sentence 1 does not have a system or procedure or
c)
as an entreprenter, contrary to the second sentence of Article 17 (2), an indication not, not correct, not correct fully or not in time.
2.
against the Commission Regulation (EC) No 2023/2006 of 22 June 2006. Good manufacturing practice for materials and articles intended to come into contact with food (OJ L 327, 28.12.2006, p. 75), as amended by Regulation (EC) No 282/2008 (OJ No L 384, 29.12.2006, p. 9) is in breach of Article 4 (b)
the European Parliament and of the
of the European Union (OJ
86, 28.3.2008, p. 9). Connection with Annex (A) does not ensure that the manufacturing processes for the materials and articles referred to in Article 1 are carried out in accordance with the detailed rules for good manufacturing practice referred to therein. ,
b)
contrary to Article 7 (1) or (2), a document referred to there is not, not correct or not complete, or
c)
contrary to Article 7, paragraph 3, the documentation does not make the documentation available to the competent authorities or does not make it available in good time
3.
violation of Regulation (EC) No 450/2009, by
a)
contrary to Article 4 (f) in conjunction with Article 12 (1) and 2 materials and items placed on the market or
b)
contrary to article 13, a document is not available, not correct, not complete or not available in time
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§ 13 untouchdown clause

The provisions of the legal regulations based on the Chemicals Act and the regulation on the safety of toys remain unaffected. Unofficial table of contents

§ 14 (waiver of regulations)

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§ 15 (omitted)

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§ 16 Transitional provisions

(1) Food supplies which comply with the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to 10 years. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, It was first placed on the market in April 2003 and may continue to be placed on the market until stocks have been dismantled. However, to the extent that, in the production of food supplies, the substances with the PM/REF numbers 13510, 13720, 14650, 14950, 15310, 15700, 16240, 16570, 16600, 16630, 16690, 18640, 22420, 22570, 25210, 25240, 25270, 25840, 36840, 39120, 40320, 40580, 45650, 68860, 71670 or 87040, and these substances shall be used in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to and including 10. These items may still be in force until 29 April 2003. It was established and introduced in February 2004 and is still on the market after this date until the stocks are dismantled.(2) Items of need according to Appendix 1, no. 7, column 2, which shall be up to 9. 1 January 2004 in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation which have been in force until that date, or have been brought into the scope of the Code of Food and Consumer Affairs until that date, and which do not comply with the requirements of Section 3 of this Regulation with Appendix 1, point 7, may still be up to 29. February 2004. By way of derogation from the first sentence, textile products manufactured from recovered fibres shall be allowed to remain in place until the first time. (a) the Azo dyes referred to in Annex 1 (7), column 3, which are derived from the recovered dyed fibres, shall be manufactured or brought into the scope of the Food and Consumer Products Act in January 2005; Release amines in amounts of less than 70 milligrams in one kilogram.(3) Plastic food items which are subject to the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to and including 20. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, which is in force in July 2005, will be It is also possible to continue to place on the market until stocks have been dismantled after this date, which was produced or imported in February 2006.(4) food requirements made of cellular glass sheet which shall comply with the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to 20 years. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, which is in force in July 2005, will be After this date, the stocks may continue to be placed on the market after that date, even after the date of the date of the January 2006 deadline.(5) Food requirements made of plastics material, in the manufacture of which the substance azodicarbonamide (PM/REF-No. 36640) has been used and which has been used up to 1. Since August 2005, they have come into contact with food products, even after 1. They shall be placed on the market when the date of bottling is indicated on them. By way of derogation from the first sentence, the date 1 shall apply to closures which are used for carbonated drinks filled in bottles of glass bottles. December 2005. The day of bottling in accordance with the first sentence may be replaced by another indication, provided that it enables the identification of the day of bottling. The person responsible for placing the product on the market shall, on request, inform the competent authorities of the date of bottling.(6) Ceramic food items which comply with the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to and including 9. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, The European Community and the European Community may continue to be placed on the market after that date, even after that date, until the stocks are dismantled.(7) (omitted) (8) PVC sealing material, which is
1.
epoxidized soybean oil (PM/REF-No. 88640) and for the sealing of glass vessels with infant formulae, follow-on formulae, cereal-based foods or other co-foods, which are to be used before the 7. 2
the requirements of Appendix 3, Section 2, Part A, in the up to 6 December 2006. The Commission may continue to place on the market,
, as long as the date of bottling is affixed to the item on which the food is subject. The bottling date may be replaced by another claim by the user of the food item, provided that it enables the identification of the filling date. On the order of the competent authority, the user of the food item shall be notified of the date of bottling.(9) Plastic food items which are subject to the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to and including 13. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, They shall be placed on the market after that date and shall be placed on the market after that date. By way of derogation from the first sentence, the following plastic food items shall be allowed to remain in place until the end of the period of 30. June 2008:
1.
1.
The lid that contains a gasket and which does not comply with this regulation in terms of the restrictions and specifications for the PM/Ref number 36640 in the up to the 13.
2.
Food requirements containing phthalates, as well as the restrictions and specifications for the PM/Ref-numbers 74560, 74640, 74880, 75100 and 75105 of this regulation in the up to the 13th century.
)
(10), according to Annex 4 (1) (b), which is before the 8. The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union, which have been established or introduced in July 2008 and comply with the legislation currently in force, may continue until 1 It will be placed on the market in April 2009.(11) The goods referred to in Annex 7 (2), which do not bear the warning notice referred to therein, may still be required until the end of the 31 December period. It will be placed on the market in August 2009.(12) Food requirements made of plastic and food items within the meaning of Article 2 (2) (c) with regard to the coating to be applied, which shall be subject to the provisions of this Regulation in the period up to 28. shall be subject to paragraph 13 of this Regulation, subject to the provisions of paragraph 13 of this Directive, until 6 September 2009. The Commission shall ensure that it is established or introduced after that date as well as the date of the date of March 2010. By way of derogation from the first sentence, Section 4 (3) shall be applicable to the manufacture or import of the food items referred to therein as from 1. Food requirements which comply with the requirements of Section 4 (3b) may also be placed on the market after the date mentioned there.(13) Paragraph 12, first sentence, shall not apply where, in the manufacture of the said food products, the substance is 2,4,4 '-trichloro-2'-hydroxydiphenyl ether (PM/REF-No). 93930). Food items according to the first sentence may still be used until 1. It will be placed on the market in November 2011.(14) Drinks of plastic intended for infants and the provisions of this Regulation in the up to 11 years of age. The new version of the Directive, which is in force in February 2011, may be up to February 2011 produced and up to 31. It was introduced and placed on the market in May 2011. Non-official table of contents

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Appendix 1 (to § 3)
Substances that are not used in the manufacture or handling of certain consumer items may

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1998, 10-11;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

Lfd. No. Demand object Forbidden Forbidden Fabrics
1 2 3
1. Niespulver Powder from the Panamarinde (Quillaja saponaria), its saponins and their derivatives powder from the root of the Christ, Christmas rose (Helleborus niger)
-black Nieswurz powder from the root of the bear's foot (Helleborus viridis)
-green Nieswurz powder from the root of the white Germers (Veratrum album)
-white Nieswurz powder from the root of the black germer (Veratrum nigrum)
-black Nieswurz Holzstaub Benzidin and its derivatives o-nitrobenzaldehyde
2. Stinkbombs ammonium sulphide and ammonium hydrogen sulfide ammonium polysulphides
3. Tränengas Volatile Esters of Bromessiacetic acid:
Methyl bromoacetate
ethyl bromoacetate
Propylbromoacetate
butylbromoacetate
4. Commodities Within The Meaning of Section 5 (1) (6) of the German Food and Commodities Law, which are manufactured using textiles, excluding protective clothing, as well as for appropriately manufactured toys and puppets Tri-(2,3-dibromopropyl)-phosphate (TRIS)
Tris-(aziridinyl)-phosphinoxide (TEPA)
Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB)
5. Scherzspiele Liquid substances and preparations classified or classified as hazardous in accordance with the Hazardous Substances Ordinance are
6. (omitted)
7. Textile and leather products that come into direct contact with the human skin or the oral cavity for a longer period of time , in particular:
1.
Clothing, bed linen, towels, hair parts, wigs, hats, diapers and Other toiletries, sleeping bags,
2.
Shoes, gloves, watchstraps, handbags, Purse bags, briefcases, briefcases, chair covers, chest bags,
3.
Textile and Leather toys and toys with textile or leather clothing,
4.
for the end user certain yarns and
Azofdyes used in the application of the method specified in Appendix 10, No. 7, by reductive cleavage of one or more Azogroups of one or more of the subsequent amines release in detectable amounts. The use of azocolourants is considered to be demonstrated at release rates per amine component of more than 30 mg in one kilogram of finished product or coloured parts thereof.
Stoffname CAS number Index number EG number
Biphenyl-4-ylamine
4-Aminobiphenyl
Xenylamine
92-67-1 612-072-00-6 202-177-1
Benzidin 92-87-5 612-042-00-2 202-199-1
4-Chloro-o-toluidine 95-69-2 202-441-6
2-naphthylamine 91-59-8 612-022-00-3 202-080-4
o-aminoazotoluol
4-amino-2 ', 3-dimethylazobenzene
4-o-Tolylazo-o-toluidine
97-56-3 611-006-00-3 202-591-2
5-Nitro-o-toluidine
2-amino-4-nitrotoluol
99-55-8 202-765-8
4-chloroaniline 106-47-8 612-137-00-9 203-401-0
4-methoxy-m-phenylenediamine
2,4-Diaminoanisol
615 -05-4 210-406-1
4,4 '-methylenedianiline
4,4' -diaminodiphenylmethane
101-77-9 612-051-00-1 202-974-4
3,3 '-dichlorbenzidin
3,3'-dichlorobiphenyl-
4,4 '-ylenediamines
91-94-1 612-068-00-4 202-109-0
3,3 ' -Dimethoxybenzidin
o-Dianisidin
119-90-4 612-036-00-X 204-355-4
3,3 '-dimethylbenzidine
4,4'-Bi-o-toluidine
119-93-7 612-041-00-7 204-358-0
4,4 '-Methylendi-o-toluidine
3,3'-dimethyl-4,4'diaminodiphenylmethane
838-88-0 612-085-00-7 212-658-8
6-methoxy-m-toluidine
p-Cresidin
120-71-8 204-419-1
4,4 '-methylene-bis- (2-chloroaniline)
2,2'-dichloro-4,4 '-methylenedianiline
101-14-4 612-078-00-9 202-918-9
4,4 ' -Oxydianiline 101-80-4 202-977-0
4,4 ' -Thiodianiline 139-65-1 205-370-9
o-toluidine 2-Aminotoluol
2-Aminotoluol
95-53-4 612-091-00-X 202-429-0
4-methyl-m-phenylenediamine
2,4-toluylenediamine
95-80-7 612-099-00-3 202-453-1
2,4,5-trimethylaniline 137-17-7 205-282-0
o-Anisidin
2-methoxyaniline
90-04-0 612-035-00-4 201-963-1
4-Amino-azobenzol 60-09-3 611-008-00-4 200-453-6
8.
a)
Toys and Babyararticles
The following phthalates (or other CAS and EINECS numbers that relate to this substance):
Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)
CAS-Nr. 117-81-7
EINECS No 204-211-0
Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
CAS No. 84-74-2
EINECS No. 201-557-4
benzylbutylphthalate (BBP)
CAS No. 85-68-7
EINECS No. 201-622-7;
b)
Toys and baby items put in your mouth by children
Di-isononylphthalate (DINP)
CAS-Nrn. 28553-12-0 and 68515 -48-0
EINECS-Nrn. 249-079-5 and 271-090-9
Di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP)
CAS-Nrn. 26761-40-0 and 68515 -49-1
EINECS-Nrn. 247-977-1 and 271-091-4
Di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP)
CAS No. 117-84-0
EINECS No. 204-214-7
To (a) and (b):
phthalates are considered not to be used, provided that their concentration in the plasticiser-containing material of the final product is 0.1% not exceed.
9. Materials and articles made of plastic within the meaning of Article 3 (1) of Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 and food items within the meaning of section 2 (2) (c) with regard to the coating 2,4,4 '-trichloro-2'-hydroxydiphenylether
CAS-Nr.
0003380-34-5
PEM/REF-Nr. 93930
10. (omitted)
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Appendix 2 to § 4 para. 1 and 1a and § 6 sentence 1 no. 1
Substances that are approved for the production of cell glass films

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 1998, 12-21;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Part A
cellular glass film without coating
fabric 1) Usage Restriction Maximum amounts Purity Requirements
1 2 3 4
1.regenerated celluloseThe proportion in the film must be at least 72% 2).
2.Additives
2.1moisturizerNo more than a total of 27% 2)
- Bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether (diethylene glycol)) Only for
) coated
) Cell glass and for
) the packaging
) of non-wet
) foods, d.
) h. that do not have
) physically free
) water on the
) surface
-Ethandiol (monoethylene glycol)) The
) food that comes into contact with the

slide,
) is allowed to be mono-and
) Diethylene glycol
) total to
) at most 30 mg/kg
) food
).
-1,3-butanediol
- glycerol
- 1,2-propanediol (1 ,2-propylene glycol)
-polyethylene oxide (polyethylene glycol) Average molecular weight between 250 and 1,200
-1,2-polypropylene oxide

(1 ,2-polypropylene glycol)
Average molecular weight not greater than 400 with a content of free 1,3-propanediol of no more than 1 Weight%
-Sorbit
-tetraethylene glycol
-Triethylene glycol 
-urea
2.2Other FabricsNo more than total1% 2)
First groupThe content of the film on each substance or group of substances must not be 2 mg/qdm
-acetic acid and its ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and Sodium Salts
- Ascorbinic acid and its ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium salts 
-benzoic acid and its sodium salt 
-Formic Acid and its Ammonium, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Sodium Salts
- straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with a straight carbon number C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20, behenic acid, ricinoleic acid and its ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, aluminium and zinc salts
- Citric acid, d, L-lactic acid, maleic acid, tartaric acid and its sodium and potassium salts 
-Sorbic acid and its ammonium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium salts
-Amide straight-chained, saturated or Unsaturated fatty acids with straight carbon number C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20, behenic acid amide and ricinolamide
-Natural strength (food quality) and starch flour
-Strength (Food quality) and starch flour, chemically modified
- Amylose
-Calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, magnesium chloride, calcium chloride
-glycerine ester with straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with straight Carbon number C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20 and/or adipic acid, citric acid, 12 -hydroxystearic acid (oxystearin), ricinoleic acid
-polyoxyethylene ester (number of oxyethylene groups between 8 and 14) with straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with even-numbered carbon chain C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20
-Sorbitesters with straight-chain, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with even-numbered carbon chain C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20
-Mono- and/or diesters of stearic acid with ethanediol and/or bis (2-hydroxyethyl) ether and/or triethylene glycol 
-oxides and hydroxides of aluminium, calcium, magnesium and silicon, silicates and silicate hydrates of aluminium, calcium, Magnesium and Calium
-polyethylene oxide (polyethylene glycol)Medium molecular weight between 1,200 and 4,000
-sodium propionate
Second groupThe film side which comes into contact with the food may contain a maximum of 1 mg/qdm and not more than 0.2 mg/qdm of each substance or group of substances, provided that no smaller amounts are given
-alkyl-(C (deep) 8-C (deep) 18) benzenesulfonate, sodium salt
- isopropylnaphthalenesulfonate, sodium salt
-Alkyl-(C (deep) 8-C (deep) 18) sulfate, sodium salt
-alkyl-(C (deep) 8-C (deep) 18) sulfonate, sodium salt
-Dioctylsulphosuccinate, sodium salt
-Distearate Dihydroxy diethylenetriamine monoacetateThe side of the film that comes into contact with the food may not contain a maximum of 0.05 mg/qdm.
-ammonium, magnesium, potassium salts of lauryl sulfate
- N, N '-distearoyldiaminoethane (N, N'-distearoylethylenediamine) and N, N '-dipalmitoyldiaminoethane (N, N'-dipalmitoylethylenediamine) and N, N '-dioleyldiaminoethane (N, N'-dioleylethylenediamine)
- 2-Heptadecyl-4,4-bis (Methylenstearate) oxazoline
-polyethylenaminostearamide ethyl sulphateThe side of the film that contains the food in Contact may contain at most 0.1 mg/qdm.
Third Group- AnchorageThe side of the film that comes into contact with the food may contain a maximum of 1 mg/qdm.
-Melamine-formaldehyde, condensed, modified or unmodified:
condensation product of Melamine-formaldehyde, modified with one or more of the following products:

Butanol, diethylenetriamine, ethanol, triethylenetetramine, tetraethylenepentamine, tris-(2-hydroxyethyl)-amine, 3,3 '-diaminodipropylamine, 4,4 '-diaminodibutylamine
Free formaldehyde:
The side of the film that comes into contact with the food must not exceed 0.5 mg/qdm. Free melamine:
The side of the film that comes into contact with the food may not be less than 0.3 mg/qdm.
- condensates of melamine-urea-formaldehyde, modified with tris-(2-hydroxyethyl)-amineFree formaldehyde: The side of the film which comes into contact with the food shall not exceed 0,5 mg/qdm. Free melamine: The side of the film that comes into contact with the food may contain at most 0.3 mg/dm (high) 2.
- Cationic Connected Polyalkylenamines
a)
polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins based on diaminopropylmethylamine and epichlorohydrin
b)
polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins based on epichlorohydrin, adipic acid, caprolactam, diethylenetriamine and/or ethylenediamine
c)
Polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins based on adipic acid, diethylenetriamine and epichlorohydrin or a mixture of epichlorohydrin and ammonia
d)
Polyamide-polyamine-epichlorohydrin resins based on epichlorohydrin, dimethyladipate and diethylene triamine
e)
Polyamide-polyamine-epichlorohydrin resins based on epichlorohydrin, adipic acid amide and diaminopropylmethylamine
-Polyethyleneamine and polyethylenimineThe film side that comes into contact with the food may contain a maximum of 0.75 mg/qdm.
-Condensation Products of urea-formaldehyde, not modified or modified with one or more of the following products: methanol, Ethanol, Butanol, Diethylenetriamine, Triethylenetetramine, Tetraethylenepentamine, Guanidine, Sodium Sulfite, Sulfanilic Acid, Diaminodiethylamine, 3,3 '-diaminodipropylamine, Diaminopropane, Diaminobutane, Aminomethylsulfonic acidFree formaldehyde: the side of the film that comes into contact with the food must not exceed 0.5 mg/qdm.
Fourth GroupThe side of the film that contains the food It may contain a maximum of 0.01 mg/qdm of these substances and groups of substances.
- Reaction products of aminated edible oils and polyethylene oxide
-lauryl sulfate of monoethanolamine
Part B
Coated Cell Glass Film
fabric usage limit Max. cleanliness requirements
1 2 3 4
A.Substances listed in Part ASee Part A See Part ASee Part A
B.Lacke
1. Polymers
 -ethyl, hydroxyethyl, hydroxypropyl and methylether of cellulose
-CellulosenitratThe film side that comes into contact with the food may contain a maximum of 20 mg/qdm.The nitrogen content is between 10.8% and 12.2%.
2.Harze Production of cellular glass films coated with a varnish of cellulose nitrate.The side of the film that comes into contact with the food may not contain a total of 12.5 mg/qdm.
-Kasein 
- Kolophonium and/or its polymerization, hydrogenation or disproportionation products and their esters with methyl, ethyl and polyvalent C (deep) 2-C (deep) 6-alcohols or mixtures of these alcohols
- Kolophonium and/or its polymerization, hydrogenation or disproportionation products condensed with acrylic acid and/or maleic acid and/or citric acid and/or fumaric acid and/or phthalic acid and/or bisphenolformaldehyde esterified with methyl, ethyl, and polyvalent C (deep) 2-C (deep) 6-alcohols or mixtures thereof 
-Ester of bis-(2-hydroxyethyl)-ether with addition products of the ß-pinene and/or dipentene and/or Diterpen and maleic anhydride
-gelatin (food quality)
-Rizinus oil and its dehydration or hydrogenation products and the Condensation products with polyglycerin, adipic acid, maleic acid, citric acid, phthalic acid and sebacic acid
-Poly-ß-pines (terpene resins)
- urea-formaldehyde resins (see anchoring means)
3.PlasticiserThe page of the film, which comes into contact with the food, must not contain a maximum of 6 mg/qdm.
- acetyltributylcitrate
 -Acetyl-tri- (2-ethylhexyl) citrate
-Di-iso-butyl-and Di-n-butyladipat
- Di-n-hexylazelat
-dicyclohexylphthalateThe side of the film that contains the food in Touch, may contain at most 4 mg/dm2.
- Diphenyl-(2-ethylhexyl)-phosphateThe amount of diphenyl-(2-ethylhexyl)-phosphate must not exceed:
a)
2.4 mg/kg in the food that has come into contact with the film, or
b)
0.4 mg/dm2 in the coating on the food coming into contact with the food Film page.
-glycerine monoacetate (Monoacetin)
-glycerin diacetate (diacetin)
-glycerine triacetate (triacetin)
-Dibutylsebacat
- Di-n-butyl-and Di-iso-butyltartrate
4.Other AdditivesIn the uncoated Cell glass film and coating altogether no more than 6 mg/dm2 contact area with the food
4.1Additives listed in Part ASeihe Part AThe same maximum quantities as in Part A (however, the quantities refer to the uncoated cell glass film and the coating as a whole)See Part A
4.2Special substances for lacquersThe side of the film that contains the food in Contact may contain no more than 2 mg/qdm of the varnish of any substance or group of substances, unless smaller quantities are specified.
 -1-Hexadecanol and 1-Octadecanol
-Esters of linear, saturated or unsaturated fatty acids with even-numbered carbon chain of C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20 and ricinoleic acid with straight-chain ethyl, butyl, amyl and oleyl alcohols
-Montanwax, Montanoic acids C (deep) 26-C (deep) 32) cleaned and/or Esters of these esters with ethanediol and/or 1,3-butanediol and/or their calcium and potassium salts. 
-Carnauba wax
-beeswax
- Espartowax
-Candelillawax 
-dimethylpolysiloxaneThe side of the film that comes into contact with the food must not exceed 1 mg/qdm of the paint.
-Epoxidized Soybean Oil (with an oxirane content between 6 and 8%) 
-Purified paraffin and cleaned microcrystalline wax
-pentaerythritol tetrastearate 
-mono-and bis-(octadecyldiethylene oxide)-phosphate The side of the film that comes into contact with the food may contain at most 0.2 mg/qdm of the paint.
-Aliphatic Acids (C (deep) 8-C (deep) 20) esterified with mono-and/or bis (2-hydroxyethyl)-amine
- 2-and 3-tertbutyl-4-hydroxyanisole (Buthylhydroxyanisole, BHA)The side of the film that comes into contact with the food must not exceed 0,06 mg/qdm of the paint.
- 2,6-Di-tertbutyl-4-methylphenol (butylhydroxytoluene, BHT)The side of the film which comes into contact with the food must not exceed 0,06 mg/qdm of the paint.
- Di-n-octyltin-bis-(2-ethylhexyl) maleateThe side of the film that comes into contact with the food must not exceed 0.06 mg/qdm of the varnish included.
5.SolventsThe film side that comes into contact with the food may contain a total of 0.6 mg/qdm of the paint. 
-butylacetate
-ethyl acetate 
-Isobutyl acetate
-isopropylacetate
-propylacetate
- acetone
- Butyl Alcohol
-ethyl alcohol
-Isobutyl alcohol
-isopropyl alcohol 
-propyl alcohol
-cyclohexane 
-ethylene glycol monobutyl ether
- ethylene glycol monobutyl ether-acetate
-Methylethyl ketone
-Methylisobutylketone
-tetrahydrofuran
- tolueneThe film side that contains the food in Contact may contain a total of 0.06 mg/dm2 of the paint.
1)
The usual technical labels are indicated in square brackets.
2)
The percentages given relate to the weight and are in proportion to the amount of anhydrous cell glass sheet.
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Appendix 4 (to § 5)
Procedures that must not be applied when creating specific requises

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 1998, 31;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Lfd. Nr.PR-Method
1.
a)
Elastomers Or Rubber Vacuum Cleaner and Bottle Cleaner
b)
Toys made of natural or synthetic rubber for children up to 36 months of age, which is intended to be put into the mouth as intended or
Method which results in the release of N-nitrosamines or substances which can be converted into N-nitrosamines in a storage solution in a quantity which is carried out with a storage solution in Appendix 10 No. 6 the method described.
2. Leather items made of leather are intended not only to come into contact with the human body temporarily, in particular clothing, watch bracelets, bags and backpacks, chair covers, chest bags and leather toys Procedures that cause chrome (VI) to be detected with the method described in Appendix 10, point 8
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asset 5 (to § 6 no. 3)
needs items that may contain certain substances only up to a specified maximum quantity

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1998, 31;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Lfd. No. Demand object Substances Maximum quantity
1 2 3 4
1. Demand objects from vinyl chloride polymers monomeres vinyl chloride 1 milligram per kilogram of demand item
2. Spielwaren freely available benzene 5 milligrams per kilogram of the weight of the game product or the benzene-containing parts of toys
3. Natural woods and twigs, Heidekraut and softwood seed stands for the development of fresh smoke for smoking food Pentachlorophenol and its salts, calculated as pentachlorophenol 0.05 milligram per kilogram of wood
4. Air balloons made from natural or synthetic rubber
a)
N-Nitrosamine
b)
in N-Nitrosamines actionable
a)
0.05 milligrams per kilogram of balloons
b)
1.0 milligram per kilogram balloons
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Appendix 5a (to § 6 no. 4)
Demand objects that may only release certain substances up to a specified maximum amount

(Original text: BGBl. I 2000, 850;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Lfd.Nr. Demand object fabrics Max Quantity
1 2 3 4
1. Nickel-Containing Commodities directly and longer come into contact with the skin Nickel and its connections 0, 5 my Nickel/cm (high) 2/week, released from the parts of the commodities that come into contact with the skin immediately and for longer
2. Commodities As under No. 1, but with a nickel-free coating Nickel and its connections As under No. 1, but compliance with the maximum amount for a period of at least two years with normal use
3. bars of any shape that are inserted into pierced ears or other pierced body parts Nickel and its ConnectionsLess than 0.2 myg nickel/qcm/week, released by the bars of any shape that are inserted into pierced ears or other pierced body
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Appendix 6 (to § 8 (3) and § 10 (2) sentence 3)
Demand objects, of which certain substances are only up to one

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1998, 32;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

Lfd. Nr.Demand Maximum Quantity123
1. (omitted)
2. Grocery food items:lead * 1) Cadmium * 1)
- Non-fillable items; Filable items with a filling depth of up to 25 mm 0, 8 mg/qdm0.07 mg/qdm
- Filable objects with a filling depth of more than 25 mm4,0 mg/l0,3 mg/l
- Cook and baking equipment; packaging and storage containers with more than 3 litres of filling volume1,5 mg/l 0.1 mg/l


* 1) If the maximum quantity is not exceeded by more than 50% in the case of a test object, the maximum quantity shall be deemed to be observed if at least three others in relation to material, shape, dimension, Decor and glaze of the same ceramic objects shall not exceed the maximum quantity in the arithmetic mean and shall not be exceeded by more than 50% for any of these ceramic objects.

According to the invention, the object of the present invention is to provide a container with a ceramic lid, a container and a ceramic lid, which can be used as a maximum quantity of the container alone. The container alone and the inner surface of the lid are tested separately under the same conditions. The sum of the two values thus determined is related, depending on the case, to the area or to the volume of the container alone. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 7 (to § 9)
Requials that must be accompanied by a warning

(original text site: BGBl. 1998, 32; of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

Lfd. Nr.Producer warning (s) to be affixed to or on the warning message (s)1234
1. Impregnating Agent in aerosol packages for leather and textile products intended for domestic use, other than those that produce foams " Preview! Be sure to pay attention! Health damage by inhalation possible! Use only outdoors or with good ventilation! Spray only a few seconds! Large-scale leather and textile products can only be sprayed in the open air and can be well ventilated! Keep away from children! " aerosol packing and packaging of the individual aerosol pack (s)
2. Airballoons "Use a pump to inflate!" Packaging and packaging of individual packagings.
3. (omitted)
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Demand objects for which certain ingredients are to be specified

(reference of the Original text: BGBl. I 1998, 33;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Lfd. No. product Labeling places where or on which the label is to be affixed
1 2 3 4
1. (omitted)
2. Textiles with a mass content of more than 0.15 per cent of free formaldehyde, which come into contact with the skin during their intended use and which have a weight of less than 0.15%. Equipment is provided " Contains formaldehyde. It is recommended to wash the garment for better skin compatibility before wearing it first. " Commodities or packaging or label that is on the subject or of its packaging
3. Cleansing and care products intended for domestic use, with a mass content from more than 0.1 of the hundred formaldehyde "Contains formaldehyde."Subject matter or packaging or label on the item or packaging of the article or packaging
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Appendix 10 (to § 11)
Investigation of certain consumer items

(find: BGBl. I 1998, 34-35;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Lfd. No. Investigation Method
1 2 3
1. (omitted)
2. Determination of the maximum quantities of lead and cadmium from food demand Transfer ceramic to food Basic rules and method of analysis as set out in Annexes I and II to Council Directive 84 /500/EEC of 15 June 1993. October 1984 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to ceramic articles intended to come into contact with foodstuffs (OJ L 327, 30.12.1984, p. EC No 12), as amended by Commission Directive 2005 /31/EC of 29 June 2000 on the 1 April 2005 (OJ L 327, EU No 36).
3. Determination of the vinyl chloride content if necessary from vinyl chloride polymers Analytical method used in the Official Collection of Investigation procedure according to § 64 (1) of the Food and Feed Code 1) under the outline number B 80.32-1 (EC), as of November 1981, is published
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5a. Reference test procedure for the determination of the nickel-nickel content in the case of commodities as defined in Annex 5a (1) to (3) of this Regulation Analytic method that in the Official Collection of Investigative Procedures according to § 64 (1) of the Food and Feed Code under the outline number B 82.02-6 (DIN EN 1811), as of October 1999, is published
5b.Simulated abrasion and corrosion test for the detection of the Nickel release of coatings provided with coatings within the meaning of Annex 5a (2) of this Regulation Analytical method used in the Official Collection of Investigation procedure according to § 64 (1) of the Food and Feed Code under the outline number B 82.02-7 (DIN EN 12 472), as of October 1999, is published
6. Determination of the release of N-nitrosamines and substances which can be converted into N-nitrosamines From calming and bottle augers made of elastomers or rubber, toys and balloons made of natural or synthetic rubber into a test solution Analytical method used in Annexes I and II to Commission Directive 93 /11/EEC of 15 June 1993 March 1993, on the release of N-nitrosamines and N-nitrosable substances from elastomer or rubber bottles and sedatives (OJ L 327, 28.3.1993, p. EC No 37), or another validated method which may be used to determine at least the following quantities:-0.01 mg of total free N-nitrosamines/kg (elastomer or rubber parts of the samples),-0.1 mg of all N-nitrosable substances/kg (elastomer or rubber parts of the material samples)
7. Proof of use of forbidden azo dyes Analytical method set out in point 43 of Annex I Council Directive 76 /769/EEC of 27 June 1992 on the July 1976 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (OJ L 327, 31.12.1976, p. EC No L 262 p. 201), as amended by Commission Directive 2004 /21/EC of 24 December 2003. 1 February 2004 (OJ C 327, EU No L 57 p. 4).
8. Determination of the content of chrome (VI) Analytical method used in the official collection of examination procedures according to § 64 paragraph 1 of the Food and feed law is published under the outline number B 82.02-11, stand 2008-10.

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Appendix 11 (to § 10a)

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 1998, 35-36;

of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
1.
Definition of footwear products: footwear products are Products with a sole which protect or cover the foot and the components referred to in paragraph 2, provided that they are separated, and which are intended for each purpose, to the consumer or to the consumer within the meaning of Article 3 (4) of the food- and the feed code, where the trader, insofar as it relates to a commodity for consumption within its premises, does not equate to the consumer or the consumer.
2.
Definition of the individual shoe components with the appropriate pictograms or written information:
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a) Upper material exterior part of the shoe, which is connected to the outsole ... Upper Material
b lining and cover sole Upper part lining and top sole, which make up the inside of the shoe ... lining and insole
cbottom bottom part of the shoe product exposed to wear and connected to the top part is...outsole
3.
Definition of the materials used in shoe components with the appropriate pictograms or written information:

Pictogram Font Evidence
1 2 3 4
a) Leather

The general term for tanned skins and skins, the original fibre structure of which is essentially retained and is incortiable by tanning. The hair or the wool can be obtained or removed. Leather is also a column or parts of the skin, which have been separated before or after tanning. If, however, a mechanical or chemical dissolution is carried out in fibres, small pieces or powder, then a material which is brought into webs or other forms without or with binding agents is not leather. In the case of leather with a surface coating made of plastic or with a glued-on layer, the applied layer must not be more than 0.15 mm. If the term "full leather" is used in additional written information in accordance with Article 10a (1), he shall refer to hides which have their original side of the scar after removal of the epidermis without any part of the layer of scars by grinding, emery or columns have been lost.
...leather

Coated leather

Product in which the surface coating or the pasted layer does not exceed one third of the leather thickness, but more than 0.15 mm is
...
Coated Leather
b) Natural and synthetic textiles

Textiles are all products that fall within the scope of the Textile Labelling Act.
... Textil
c) Other material ...Miscellaneous material
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Appendix 13 (to § 4 (3) and 4)
Preliminary Directory of Additives

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2009, 3135-3137;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote) PM/REF-Nr.CAS-Nr.Labelling Restrictions1234
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31336 (omitted)
31348 (omitted)
33535 (omitted)
38550 (omitted)
40155 (omitted)
40619 (omitted)
40620 (omitted) 
40815 (omitted)
53245 (omitted)
62215 (omitted)
66763 (omitted)
68119 (omitted)
72141 (omitted)
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80510 (omitted)
86430- 20% (w/w) silver chloride, Coated on 80% (w/w) Titanium dioxide-
86432- Silver-containing glass (Silver-Magne-
sium-Calcium-phosphate-Borat)
Only for use in polyolefins.
86432/20- Silver-containing glass (Silver-Magne-
sium-aluminum-phosphate-silicate), silver content less than 2%
-
86432/40- Silver-containing glass (silver-Magne-
sium-aluminum-sodium-phosphate-silicate-borate), silver content less than 0.5 %
-
86432/60- Silver-containing glass (Silver Magnetic
sium-sodium-phosphate), silver-
content less than 3%
-
86434- Silver-Sodium Hydrogen Zirconium Phosphate-
86437- Silver Zeolite A (silver-zinc-
sodium ammonium aluminosilicate), silver content 2-5%
Only for use
a) in polyolefins up to 40 ° C, contact time less than 1 day,
b) in polyalkyl terephthalates up to
to 99 ° C, contact time under 2 hours.
86437/50- Silver-zinc-Aluminium-Bor-
phosphate glass, mixed
with 5-20% barium sulfate,
silver content 0.35-0.6%
Only for use
a) in polyolefins up to 40 ° C, contact time under 1 day,
b) in polyalkyl terephthalates up to
at 99 ° C, contact time on
2 hours.
86438- Silver-zinc zeolite A (silver-zinc-sodium-aluminosilicate-calcium-
metaphosphate), Silver content 1-1, 6%
-
86438/50- Silver-zinc zeolite A (Silver-zinc-sodium-magnesium-aluminosilicate-calcium phosphate), silver content 0.34-0.54%-
91530 (omitted)
91815 (omitted)
92200 (omitted)
92470 (omitted)
93450 (omitted) 
93485 (omitted)
94000 (omitted)
94425 (omitted)
94985 (omitted)