Dual quality of products

Woman and man looking at household products in a supermarket Woman and man looking at household products in a supermarket
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“Dual quality” of products can be defined as the marketing of goods with significantly different composition or characteristics, such as ingredients, as identical in different Member States. The IMCO Committee worked on this issue extensively during the second half of the eighth legislature.