|Food Packaging||Food Contact Material*||Typical Migrants||Typical uses|
|Glass||Glass container, coated metal closure||Glass bottles, yoghurt jars, vegetable and fruit jars|
|Glass container, plastic closure||Instant coffee, yoghurt, glass bottles|
*Layer in direct contact with food
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