Essential oils — General rules for labelling and marking of containers

ISO/TS 211:2014 specifies the general rules for labelling and marking of containers for essential oils to enable the identification of the contents.

Huiles essentielles — Règles générales d'étiquetage et de marquage des récipients

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Essential oils — General rules for
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Huiles essentielles — Règles générales d’étiquetage et de marquage
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ISO/TS 211:2014(E)
ISO 2014

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ISO/TS 211:2014(E)

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ISO/TS 211:2014(E)

Contents Page
Foreword .iv
1 Scope . 1
2 Terms and definitions . 1
3 General . 1
4 Requirements . 1
5 Items to be labelled or marked . 2
Bibliography . 3
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ISO/TS 211:2014(E)

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