What did the Malta Chamber of SMEs bring through for business in this year’s budget?
18 October 2021
The Malta Chamber of SMEs has noted a number of positive initiatives that will aim...
GRTU met with
the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority (MCCAA) to discuss the
EU's new Food Labelling Regulation that will generally have to be complied with
as of 13 December 2014.
During the meeting it was stated by both parties that
food and beverage manufacturers need to be made more aware of the changes that
should take place under this Regulation, and must be informed well in advance
so as to give them ample time for preparation.
Both parties highlighted the
fact that smaller companies may find more difficulties in complying with the
new Regulation due to a possible lack of resources. Therefore it was agreed
that organising information seminars will take place in due course, for both
smaller and larger companies, that shall provide an explanation of the
amendments that must be implemented.
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