Packaging aids

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Packaging aids are components of packaging that ensure the cohesion of the packaging (such as tape, strapping , adhesive tapes) or form their closure (such as corks or clip closures ), which complement the packaging to protect the packaged goods (such as foam , wood wool , air cushions, desiccants , antioxidants or Components such as the aroma protection valve ) or are used for identification (such as labels , seals or banderoles ).

According to DIN 55405, Section 4, Number 4.4.2, the packaging aids belong to the packaging.


  • Fritz Flanderka: Packaging Ordinance: Commentary for practice taking full account of the 5th Amendment Ordinance , Hüthig Jehle Rehm, Heidelberg 2008, p. 72f. ISBN 9783811432475

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