Does a product that is sold as ‘Tofubutter’ but which lacks butter contravene the EU’s ‘agricultural products’ Regulation 1308/2013?
French farmers have been nipping over the Spanish border to go shopping for their veterinary medicinal products. This is not allowed under French law, only French-authorised wholesalers can import veterinary drugs. The French farmers wonder if the internal market exists.
Posted in Free movement of goods, Freedom to provide services |
Tagged criminal penalty, equivalent effect, health, import restriction, label, marketing authorisation, medicinal product, packaging, parallel trade, pharma, pharmacies, pharmacist, vet, veterinary
Is the EU’s Second Tobacco Products Directive 2014/40/EU invalid?
Posted in Competition law, Free movement of goods, Freedom to provide services, International Conventions, Procedural law |
Tagged advertising, brands, business interference, charter, consumer, discrimination, health, jurisdiction, label, legal certainty, packaging, procedural law, proportionality, subsidiarity, undertaking, validity