Committee:Retail & Wholesale
The revised Household Goods Quality Labelling Act introduced some improvements, however requirements remain too detailed and long. This often means that labels are too complex for consumers.
- The Labelling Act should be reformed to aid the consumer in understanding the product and to introduce flexibility for the retailer.
- Introduce the possibility of referring to websites for more information by using for instance QR-codes instead of having the information on a label affixed to the product.