Items must be packaged in a solid, six-sided box so that the product is not exposed in any way.
Examples of bad packaging, where fragile products are exposed, presenting a safety hazard.
An example of good packaging where the fragile product is not exposed and is protected from damage and the potential of presenting a safety hazard.
In packages containing multiple items, all items must be individually wrapped to prevent damage from other items within the container (for example, a set of four wine glasses) and must pass a 125 cm drop test without any items breaking. A drop test consists of five drops: on the base, on the top, on the longest side, on the shortest side, and on a corner. The items should not move or shake within the container and should pass a vigorous shake test without any items breaking.