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Mandatory Labelling of Eggs already showing Effects

Published: July 15, 2013 | 11:39 am
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According to the National Food Agency, the introduction of mandatory labelling of eggs has seen a threefold decrease in the amount of eggs of an unknown origin on the market. A spokesman for the agency has told TV3 that more than 300 000 eggs past their best-before date have been removed from the market during the past 6 months. The mandatory labelling law has come into effect on 10 June. Manufacturers are required to display the place of origin and the date of production on their products. The National Food Agency is continuing to monitor the consumer market.

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