EU: Drinks industry quizzed on packaging reforms
The drinks industry is being asked by the European Commission whether it would like the EU rules governing the size of bottles for wines and spirits to be liberalised. At present, wines may only be sold in the EU in 25, 37.5, 50, 75 cl bottles and a few more units of one litre or more. However, for most other drink and food items, a range of national sizes coexist alongside EU ones, while a minority of products are either regulated by national law or not at all.
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