Polish Products 'Of Different Quality' Compared To Other Markets: Study
Poland's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, UOKiK, has undertaken a study of the quality of products in the country compared to other European markets, and found some discrepancies between what Polish and European consumers are purchasing.
In total, UOKiK checked the quality of 101 products, and found that 'significant differences' in quality or ingredient composition were present in 12 of them.
The study was carried out in two stages; at the end of 2017, UOKiK purchased comparative products in Poland and Germany, while in the second quarter of 2018, it purchased products that boasted Polish labels, and the same products boasting labels from other markets.
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