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INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICES CORRESPONDENT HONOURED OVER CLIMATE CHANGE REPORTS

…his work for INS his ability and determination to dig deeper for important facts and analysis. He has applied these skills to this environmental reporting and has been rightly awarded…

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COMMISSION SETS STRICTER CMR LIMITS FOR TEXTILES

…European and global businesses which already observe legislation and customer requirements,” adding, “without proper market surveillance mechanisms”, the rules may not ensure consumer and environmental safety. *http://ec.europa.eu/transparency/regcomitology/index.cfm?do=search.documentdetail&Dos_ID=15915&ds_id=55248&version=4&page=1 ** https://www.roadmaptozero.com/programme/manufacturing-restricted-substances-list-mrsl-conformity-guidance/  …

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PLANNED EU RULING MAY REGULATE TATTOO INKS FOR THE FIRST TIME TO AVOID HEALTH RISKS

…impurities.   HEALTH THREATS FROM TATTOOING PRACTICES The health threats are not just posed by the inks themselves – tattooing practices can worsen risks. For instance, mixing black ink with…

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FINNISH FAST FOOD CHAIN HESBURGER TAKES ON THE CHALLENGES OF EAST EUROPEAN MARKETS

…in-house mayonnaise. The company has a home delivery deal with Foodora in four Finnish cities and operates its own ordering app in Finland and the Baltics. Reflecting consumers’ environmental concerns,…

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MULTIPLE TRADE DEALS ALWAYS LIMIT GOVERNMENT POLICY FREEDOMS – A POLITICAL TRUTH UNDERMINING BREXITEER ‘CONTROL’ GOALS

…limiting imports of goods. Today, they are far more comprehensive, involving promises to write principles on investment protection, food safety, labour rights, environmental controls, packaging rules, chemical safety, aviation, intellectual…

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MAJOR INDIAN FOOD ASSOCIATIONS OPPOSE PLANNED SINGLE USE PLASTICS BAN

…page with the government on the environmental impact of plastics, the onus of finding cost-effective alternatives should rest with the government. Rajendra Khandelwal, general manager marketing and business development of…

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INDIAN CONFECTIONERS AND SWEET BAKERS UPSET OVER PLANNED DRACONIAN HEALTH LABELLING RULES

Health Organisation (WHO) in framing its policy. “The WHO has suggested that the energy requirement from sugar should not more than 10 percent of the total energy consumption of a…

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BEAUTY AND PERSONAL CARE TAKES A BACK SEAT AS LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMIES STRUGGLE OUT OF RECESSION

…as a growing middle class seeks a healthier lifestyle, David Novoa, CEO and founder of health product store chain Teoma, told the Lima-based Gestión newspaper. Teoma sells brands, such as…

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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – TRADE WARS THREATEN CONFECTIONERY AND SWEET BAKERY SECTOR

…measures committee about ongoing USA health-based restrictions on EU exports of apples and pears. Washington said it was actively considering allowing imports from Italy. Spain France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal,…

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NEW COLLECT MOBILE APPLICATION CONTRIBUTED TO MODERNIZATION OF KAZAKH MILK PROCESSING INDUSTRY

…population country. Its safety and health standards are minimal, prompting the FAO to consider what could happen if a reliable, yet inclusive dairy value chain incorporating innovative technologies could be…

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