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Includes information on the law relating to the sale of certain goods which must carry labels, including pre-packed foods, proprietary medicines and some potentially dangerous domestic equipment as regulated by the Trade Descriptions Act 1968. Also includes information about the regulations relating to packaging of goods.



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Packaging and labelling

Rules on the labelling of foods, medicines and other products.

3 Environmental claims - Green.... what does it mean?

What are producers actually telling you about goods and their effect on our environment?
Provided by Trading Standards Central
1 Food labelling terms

Explains the terms commonly found on food labels, and the rules on what labels can and canÂ’t show.
Provided by Food Standards Agency
2 Why do medicines have two names - brand and generic?

Explains why medicines can be called by different names, and whether you can change from one brand of medicine to another.
Provided by NHS Direct Online
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Last Updated: 25 Sep 16


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