8 November 2019
In Slovakia, a new amendment to Act No. 152/1995 Coll. on foodstuffs has been adopted, introducing new rules on how supermarkets ought to promote grocery products. According to the newly-adopted legislation, supermarkets and other sellers who promote grocery products are required to ensure that at least 50% of these promoted products are of Slovak origin. The new rules apply to online as well as classical forms of marketing.
For further information, please read the article "New Minimum Quotas for the Promotion of Domestic Products in Slovakia" published in the CEE Legal Matters Magazine.