Consumer Compact Q3 2018: Slavery, BPA, Sleep Products, Cosmetics, Medical Devices, Furniture & More
In the latest issue of Consumer Compact we look at issues across the range of consumer products, including why we need better communication about REACH in supply chains, what we should do to prepare for electric vehicles, how to bring electrical furniture to market in the EU, and the bans and restrictions of BPA in food contact materials.
We also discuss opportunities in the textile sector following introduction of the ‘Belt and Road’ initiative by the Chinese Government, and the changing requirements for medical devices.
Read our online articles below:
|Supply chain||Confronting Slavery in the Supply Chain – the US Approach|
|Consumer Products||Complying with REACH: Why We Need Better Communication in Supply Chains|
|Food Contact||BPA Bans and Restrictions in Food Contact Materials|
|Electrical and Electronics|
|Softlines||The ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative: Opportunities in the Textile Sector|
|Toys and Juvenile Products/Softlines||A Safe Night’s Sleep for Babies: New European Standards for Children’s Textile Sleeping Products|
|Cosmetics, Personal Care and Household||Ensure Your Natural and Organic Cosmetic Products Standout with NATRUE Certification|
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