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As of 1 April 2021, no food intended for the final consumer or for supply to retail will be allowed to be placed on the market where its content of trans fat exceeds 2 grams per 100 grams of fat.
The combination of federal minimum regulations and further state law tightening is making life difficult for many retailers as well as government agencies.
Unlike the Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Regulation in the EU, Australia's Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (‘CCA’) does not regulate vertical restraints or vertical conduct through a single legislative ...
The Singapore Court of Appeal has clarified that liability for trade mark infringement can be established notwithstanding the fact that the infringing goods were merely in transit and never intended for entry into the ...
The EU has just passed a new Directive which aims to harmonise collective redress mechanisms for consumers across all Member States. This is a watershed moment for European class actions. We examine how the Directive ...
Plant-based products and vegetable alternatives to dairy and animal protein-based products have been around for a while already. Initially based on tofu, seitan and others, their success and the growing consumer ...
Back in 2013, Directive 2013/35/EU established certain minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from electromagnetic fields.
The Czech Act on Food and Tobacco Products No. 110/1997 Coll. (“Food Act”) has been recently amended and most of the changes became effective as of 12 May 2021. The amendment implements new EU regulations and also ...
Welcome to the January edition of our Retail & Consumer monthly news round-up.
Welcome to the February edition of our Retail & Consumer monthly news round-up. This newsletter focuses on key news and updates for retail and consumer-facing businesses around the world.