Information standard 395 views0 applications

Definition:
An information standard is introduced if harm to consumers is possible in the absence of information about the product. It requires prescribed information to be given to consumers when they buy certain goods. These standards are often introduced because:
1. as in the case of cosmetics, people using the products have developed an allergic reaction, or;
2. products have not performed in the way the consumer expected.

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