Euro Coop

Consumer Policy

Consumer co-operatives are operated and democratically governed by consumers that directly benefit from the products and services offered by the business. Euro Coop represents 32 million European consumer-members, meaning that their rights, aspirations and interests are top priorities.

While much of our other work covers consumer issues, some are particular to the field of consumer policy, including consumer education and information, product safety and consumer rights and redress.

Latest Consumer Policy news

Euro Coop feedback on the EC Roadmap “Initiative to limit industrial Trans Fatty intakes in the EU”
Euro Coop feedback on the EC Roadmap “Initiative to limit industrial Trans Fatty intakes in the EU”

In June 2016, Euro Coop published a Position on Trans Fatty Acids . Now, Euro Coop welcomes the...

Euro Coop Position on Antimicrobial Resistance
Euro Coop Position on Antimicrobial Resistance

In September 2016, the G20 recognised Antimicrobial Resistance as posing “ a serious...

Euro Coop position on trans fatty acids
Euro Coop position on trans fatty acids

Coronary heart disease is one of the leading causes of mortality in Europe , with an estimated...

Latest Consumer Policy stories

Easy Coop, Shop for Your Groceries in the Comfort of Your Own Home
Easy Coop, Shop for Your Groceries in the Comfort of Your Own Home

Alleanza Coop launches its new online supermarket which offers home...

Coop Israel – a Leader in IT Retail Solutions
Coop Israel – a Leader in IT Retail Solutions

The beauty of Euro Coop is that each national member association caries its own distinct...

Coop Italy's Commitment to Origin Labelling
Coop Italy's Commitment to Origin Labelling

Coop Italy is committed to providing its consumers with accurate and transparent information...

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