Textiles are the most in-demand B2C online products, according to a Markets and Research study for the year 2021. Wherever huge volumes are sold, errors in compliance with the relevant product legislation also tend to accumulate.
What many store operators neglect to note is that legally the point of sale (POS) is also shifting from the brick & mortar locations to online shops. Accordingly, all information about the product that would be physically available there must also be provided online. In the case of textiles, this applies especially to textile labelling. If this is forgotten, it may give rise to competition lawsuits, for instance.
Store operators responsible for products should acquaint themselves with the legally required information in their stores.
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