The UK Government has announced that it is planning to update the technical annexes to Regulation (EC) No 1223/2009 on Cosmetics Products in order to either prohibit the use of specific chemicals or reduce the permitted level.
The European Commission has published a Restrictions Roadmap, detailing all ongoing work on future restrictions under the EU chemical legislation.
The UK Food Standards Authority (FSA) has given businesses until May 26, 2022 to submit evidence that their products are linked to a credible application and were on the market before February, 2020.
The Food Standards Authority for England and Wales has released a list of CBD food products which have a credible application for authorisation with the FSA. Any products not on the list should be removed from sale.
The European Commission has proposed an update to EU consumer regulations which would require brands to label products with their average lifespan and include instructions on repair, as well as usher in a ban on ‘greenwashing’.
Brands from China, India, Iran and Turkey could soon enjoy a new found popularity among Russian consumers, according to a report published by Reuters, after a number of Western brands withdrew from the market.
Lush has stopped all supplies from reaching Russia during the country’s invasion of Ukraine,
L’Oréal is now facing a class action lawsuit over the alleged undisclosed presence of forever chemicals, aka PFAS, in its L’Oréal Paris and Maybelline waterproof mascaras, according to a report published by classaction.org.
L’Oréal has filed a series of trademark applications covering the NFT and metaverse arena…
Malta has become the first EU nation to legalize the cultivation and personal use of cannabis.