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Draft EEC method for the determination of the global migration of plastics constituents into fatty-food simulants: Applicability to lacquers, plastics and laminates

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Author: Battum, D. van · Rijk, M.A.H. · Verspoor, R. · Rossi, L.
Type:article
Date:1982
Institution: Centraal Instituut voor Voedingsonderzoek TNO
Source:Food and Chemical Toxicology, 6, 20, 955-959
series:
Hoofdgroep voeding en voedingsmiddelen TNO, publ. no. 1545-H
Identifier: 229311
Keywords: Nutrition · Cellulose · Fat · Melamine · Plastic · Food control · Food packaging · Lacquer petroleum · Nonhuman · Packaging · Paper · Dietary Fats · European Union · Food Contamination · Food Handling · Lacquer · Paint · Plastics

Abstract

An experimental study was carried out to establish whether the draft EEC method for the determination of the global migration of constituents from plastics packaging materials into fatty food stimulants could be applied to all plastics, including lacquers and laminates. Some difficulties were encountered in the use of the EEC method for melamine, for hotmelt-coated packaging materials and for laminates containing one or more layers of materials sensitive to moisture, such as paper, cardboard or regenerated cellulose film. Chemicals/CAS: cellulose, 61991-22-8, 68073-05-2, 9004-34-6; melamine, 108-78-1, 25778-04-5; Dietary Fats; Plastics