As the Händlerbund recently reported, in May of this year more than 35 percent of all admonitions were due to incorrect product labelling. Either warnings were missing or unlawful advertising claims were made about the product. EU product legislation defines which warnings must be given depending on the intended use and classification of the product. Advertising claims that suggest a use of the product that is not intended by law or that cannot be substantiated are likewise prohibited. Not only may violations be punished by the market surveillance authorities; they can also provide an advantage over market participants who comply with the relevant legislation. If so, then this is the reason for admonitions under the Unfair Competition Act (UWG).
Economic operators responsible for products, such as importers or fulfilment service providers, should ensure that their products are labelled in conformity with the legislation in force and that product advertising is also coordinated accordingly.
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