Hungary and Slovakia cry foul over multinational product differences

Knorr powdered soup with meatballs and noodles has almost twice as many meatballs in Austria than it does in neighbouring Hungary. © iStock

Consumers in Hungary on getting a raw deal on the food they buy, at least compared to those just across the border in Austria - and they aren’t alone.

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When nudge comes to shove: What are the best tactics for sugar reformulation?

Following Brexit, how closely will UK regulatory officials work with companies within its own borders to lessen the risks? Pic: ©iStock/NicoElNino

The Brexit effect on food safety regulations

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Nutrition labels do not seem adapted to fighting obesity: ANSES

The protectionist laws are in breach of the EU's single market rules. © iStock/MarianVejcik

Romanian & Hungarian local food laws breach EU single market : Commission

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Nestlé baby biscuits exceed EU benchmark levels for acrylamide: French survey

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Swedish food agency issues guidance on free-range egg labelling

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Voluntary certification schemes essential to meet SDG targets, say WWF & ISEAL

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EU Parliament passes CETA trade deal

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Groups call for deep revision or outright rejection of FDA fiber guidance

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