BULGARIA: Food producers face fines for poor labels
Selling foodstuffs without labels after today [Thursday] will cost unwary food producers and traders a fine of up to 1,000 Bulgarian levs (US$485), the government has warned. There will be a one-month grace period for retailers before the ordinance is fully observed, but from that point food industry players will face first offence fines of between 250 levs and 500 levs.
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