|Food Packaging||Food Contact Material*||Typical Migrants||Typical uses|
|Metal||Steel coated with tin (tinplate)||White fruit cans |
|Coated tin, steel or aluminium||Soft drink and beer cans, fish and pâté cans [1, 6]|
*Layer in direct contact with food
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