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More Cocoa Powder For The Swiss? The Swiss View On The "Nutella Gap"
Should Ferrero, the producer of Nutella, be hindered to produce a Swiss-style Nutella just for the Swiss market with more cocoa powder than the "normal" Nutella?
Switzerland
1 Mar 2018
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Holidays Are Coming - But The OFT Won't Rest As It Clamps Down On Online Retailers
On 12 October 2012, the Office for Fair Trading issued a report and press release following an investigation into online retailers and their compliance with the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations and other consumer protection law.
UK
24 Oct 2012
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Certificate System For Online Retailers
A certificate system for online retailers is to be launched on 16 th October 2012.
Hungary
16 Oct 2012
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Consumer Products Update
Sales contracts dominate daily business life. In China their legal basis is mainly the PRC Contract Law of 1999.
UK
10 Sep 2012
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UOKiK Publishes Guidelines On Commitment Decisions
UOKiK has published the final version of guidelines on commitment decisions, following public consultations which took place in June this year.
Poland
6 Aug 2012
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Click And You Shall Receive: Using Hyperlinks
In the recent case of Content Services Ltd v Bundesarbeitskammer [2012] Case C-49/11 (link), the ECJ held that providing consumers with hyperlinks to a website containing the information required to be given to consumers by Article 4 of the Directive 97/7/EC did not constitute the consumer being ‘given’ or having ‘received’ the information within the meaning of Article 5(1).
UK
23 Jul 2012
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Shanghai Regulations Stipulate That Product Defects Must Be Reported To Authorities
On 1 September 2012, the new Shanghai Municipality Regulations on Product Quality ("Shanghai Regulations") will enter into effect.
China
16 Jul 2012
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High Court Warning To Online Traders: Make Sure Your Terms Are Binding And Fair
The recent High Court case of Spreadex Limited v Colin Cochrane [2012] is a stark reminder to online traders, and indeed to other businesses, to exercise caution when imposing liability on consumers in contracts.
UK
29 Jun 2012
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Court Upholds Leroy Merlin Fine
The fine of more than PLN 2.5 million imposed on Leroy Merlin byhas been upheld by the Court of Competition and Consumer Protection.
Poland
11 Jun 2012
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Individual Managers Facing Prosecution Over Four Firemen Deaths
We recently reported on the trial of three Warwickshire fire services managers charged with manslaughter.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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Permitted Health Claims On Food
A list has been published of the health claims permitted to be made about food from 14 December 2012.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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EU Health Claims Regulation Published
Today, a new Commission Regulation (EU) No 432/2012 establishing a list of permitted health claims for use on foods (other than those referring to the reduction of disease risk and to children’s development and health) has been published in the Official Journal ("Health Claims Regulation").
European Union
6 Jun 2012
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Important Change To Consumer Protection Laws
On 21 May 2012, new consumer protection legislation was accepted by Parliament
Hungary
6 Jun 2012
14
Voluntary Front Of Pack Food Labelling – UK Consultation Launched
The new EU Food Information Regulation 1169/2011 allows for the continuation of voluntary front of pack ("FoP") labelling.
UK
25 May 2012
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Proposals For A Groceries Adjudicator Move Forward
Following the Queen’s speech to Parliament of 9 May 2012 which announced that the Groceries Adjudicator Bill will be taken forward in the 2012 – 2013 Parliamentary session, the Bill was today published in the House of Lords.
UK
18 May 2012
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Network Rail Fined £1 Million For Double Fatality In 2005
On 31 January 2012, Network Rail submitted a guilty plea to three charges brought by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR).
UK
23 Mar 2012
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Last Orders For Cheap Drink In Scotland?
The Scottish Parliament has this week voted in favour of the Alcohol (Minimum Pricing) Bill, which thus passes Stage 1 of the Scottish Parliamentary process.
UK
22 Mar 2012
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‘Use By’ Dates – Who Needs Them?
On 20 February 2012 the High Court ruled in an important test food labelling case.
UK
27 Feb 2012
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New Food & Drink Guidelines For Young Children Are Announced
The School Food Trust – a registered charity and specialist advisor to the UK Government on school meals, children’s food and related skills – has published new guidelines relating to food and drink suitable for children under five years old. These guidelines are applicable on a nationwide and voluntary basis.
UK
30 Jan 2012
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The Food Information Regulation Published In Official Journal
The new EU Food Information Regulation 1169/2011 (FIR), which will be directly applicable in all member states, was published in the Official Journal on 22 November 2011.
European Union
5 Dec 2011
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