Tag Archives: Consumers

Mexican Chamber of Deputies Approves Bill that Prohibits Use of Dairy Terms on Plant-Based Alternatives

In late December 2019, Mexico’s Chamber of Deputies’ voted in favor of a reform to the Ley de la Propiedad Industrial (“Industrial and Federal Property of Consumer Protection law”), which would make regulations on misleading advertising more stringent.  This prohibition will have an impact on plant-based alternatives that currently use dairy terms, such as “soymilk” … Continue Reading

Online Grocery Sales Continue to Grow

A new Ecommerce Supermarket Scorecard reports that total online grocery sales are growing year-over-year at 25%. The Supermarket Scorecard also suggests that, in general, customer confidence in online shopping is growing. Other highlights from the Supermarket Scorecard include: The average value of customer orders increased over the previous year by more than 5; About 85% … Continue Reading
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