Thursday, 14 October 2010

Tesco caught breaching EU rules on harmful chemicals

Tesco is one of several retailers and brands failing to meet their legal responsibilities to provide consumers with information on toxic or carcinogenic substances used in products they sell.

Major retailers in Europe including Carrefour, Tesco and Toys R Us are breaking EU rules designed to protect consumers from harmful chemicals, an investigation has found.

I have written a few times about Tesco before.

1 comment:


Hello Adrian

I'm certainly no defender of Tesco but the responsibilities under the REACH Regulations are not easy to comply with as shown in the example given in the article.