Last year, it emerged that there were differences in the quality of food and non-food products being sold in different EU countries between, for example, Bulgaria and Germany.

The European Parliament’s Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee has approved a Report looking at finding solutions to this dual quality problem.

The solutions include a new methodology to help labs compare the quality of food products, a Parliament pilot project to investigate several categories of consumer products and a platform to collect information from consumer organisations.

Ivan ҆tefanec , foodstuffs

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