EU: Dutch told to allow import of fortified food products
The Netherlands has been told to liberalise its food control legislation by allowing the import from other European Union (EU) member countries of foodstuffs with additional vitamins or mineral salts without producers having to prove there is a "nutritional need" for such products and they do not risk public health.
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