Finkensteiner have made a unique selling point in their egg content - "Four eggs to every kilo!" is the proud boast. But now they have fallen foul of EU labelling regulations, and face huge costs in re-printing and re-labelling all the packaging to be in exact accordance with EU labelling regulations.
|The factory cafe terrace|
- Stating the number of eggs per kilo rather than a percentage figure - and only a percent figure
- Using an hourglass to indicate cooking time rather than written boiling instructions
- The storage and use-by instructions are too widely separated on the packets
|The illegal pasta label|
Honestly, I can't even begin to condemn the utter stupidity of EU over-regulation.