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Retail, Food, and Hospitality Regulatory Update 18 November

19 November 2018
Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 18 November. Advertising complaint, penalty for food hygiene offences, and European Court of Justice ruling.

Important Updates

Advertising complaint upheld: The ASA has upheld a complaint re Superdrug in respect of the non-availability of ‘free items’ included within offers. View >

 

Penalty for food hygiene offences:The FSA has reported a fine and costs of £34400 in respect of hygiene offences by Yorkshire Abattoir services. View >

 

European Court of Justice ruling: Court ruled that a food taste cannot be subject to copyright protection. View >

 

The post-Brexit consumer: DWF's temperature check

Our Global Consumer 2019 report in association with Retail Week will be released in December. Our sneak peak focuses on Brexit - we interviewed 1,000 UK consumers to determine how the decision to leave the EU has impacted their outlook for the future. View >

 

Upcoming events

Airports and Ports: An event exploring how the infrastructure, design and maintenance of airports and ports are evolving to keep pace with global competition, advances in technology and the impact of Brexit: London 22 November 2018. View >

Food Matters Live: A conference dedicated to creating cross-sector connections focused on the future of food, drink and sustainable nutrition: London, 20-22 November, 2018. View >

 

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