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Retailer fined for "misleading" food labelling that claimed produce was "Made in Slovenia"

Origin labelling of meat and dairy products was "misleading", Slovenian inspectors said

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Hofer, an Austrian retailer affiliated with Germany’s supermarket Aldi Süd, has been fined for the misleading presentation of some products in its' Slovenian supermarkets. Hofer used the “Kakovost iz Slovenije” (Quality from Slovenia) label for non-Slovenian produce, according to Slovenian press reports.

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