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#1 Jenny

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Posted 17 September 2007 - 09:36 PM

Dear packaging engineer:

Can anyone advise me where I can find EU standard for Specific Migration Limit amount of adhesive additives?

Thank you very much,
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Posted 17 September 2007 - 11:25 PM

Dear All:

Just for your information, regarding my question above, I found out the source of this data. We can go to Directive 82/711/EEC under Annex II and III. It will have all SML range for each additive. Following link as for your reference.

http://ec.europa.eu/.../2002-72_en.pdf

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 07:30 AM

Dear All:

Just for your information, regarding my question above, I found out the source of this data. We can go to Directive 82/711/EEC under Annex II and III. It will have all SML range for each additive. Following link as for your reference.

http://ec.europa.eu/.../2002-72_en.pdf

Best regards,
Jenny

Hey a member who posts a question and answers it too. I like you jenny. :biggrin:

I was just about to answer with your attachment and noticed you had already found it. I will also add the following resource for info:

Food Contact Materials - EU Legislation

Regards,
Simon

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