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

EESC Recognition for Consumer Co-ops Towards an EU Strategy on Sustainable Consumption
EESC Recognition for Consumer Co-ops Towards an EU Strategy on Sustainable Consumption

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) adopted an own-initiative Opinion:...

ECA Report: EU Food Safety
ECA Report: EU Food Safety

Reaction to the European Court of Auditors Report: “ Chemical Hazards in Our...

CETA Position Paper
CETA Position Paper

The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is a free trade agreement between the...

Latest Consumer Policy stories

Coop Sweden Launches Digital Receipts
Coop Sweden Launches Digital Receipts

Coop Sweden is now launching the digital receipt - a more sustainable, flexible and...

Press Release: International Consumer Rights Day 2020
Press Release: International Consumer Rights Day 2020

Read the full Press Release in PDF .  Every year the global consumer movement...

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...

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