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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Regulatory Update 10 March

11 March 2019
Retail, Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 10 March. Health claim complaint, non-regression on employment rights after Brexit, and review of Consumer Contracts Regulation 2013.

Important Updates

Health claim complaint upheld by advertising watchdog: The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint re advertising for Kellogg's Special K which included the statement ‘made with folic acid feeding development’ on the basis that the claim went beyond the EU authorised claim and was misleading having regard to the folic acid content. View > 
The ASA has also ruled against YouTube adverts by Mondelez for Freddo on the basis that they are promoting high fat, salt and sugar food to under 16’s. View > Sustain >


Government acts to embed non-regression on employment rights after Brexit: 
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has issued a package of regulations to underpin protection of employment rights post Brexit. View > Prime Minister >British Chambers of Commerce >


Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 under review: BEIS has issued a call for evidence on the regulations which set out information a trader must give to a consumer before and after making a sale, how that information should be given, the right for consumers to change their minds when buying at a distance or off premises, a prohibition on additional payments and a prohibition on consumers having to pay premium phone rates for post contract customer helplines – Closes 1st May. View >

 

View more stories in the full update >

 

Food 2019: Labour supply

 

Our latest blog discusses key steps for avoiding a labour shortfall. Find out more >

Scottish Food & Drink event

 

Join the specialists at DWF and Zero Waste Scotland for a discussion on the key themes, including Brexit, new technology and the circular economy, for the food and drink sector this year. Edinburgh, 21 March. Register here >

Will consumers spend in 2019?

To determine how likely consumers are to spend money in 2019, we interviewed 10,000 consumers globally from 10 key retail markets to find out how much disposable income they have. Read more >

 

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