MEPs have voted to allow the use of words such as “steak”, “sausage”, and “burger” for plant-based products, rejecting farming industry advocates pleas to limit terms to meat-based foods.
Retailer John Lewis has released its annual Christmas advert, marking the beginning of the festive season for many in the UK.
The ruling, by the European Court of Justice said the labels could no longer imply that goods produced came from Israel itself.
The biggest supermarket in Malaysia stops selling anti-palm products following a national offensive to preserve the country’s key export.
Dame Products alleges the New York City MTA discriminated against their ads while allowing phallic art promoting impotency medication.
The Swedish ReTuna Återbruksgalleria makes shopping climate-smart. People even buy their old items back.
Given the 'gilets jaunes' protests, this could prove to be controversial.
Surrealist artist and fashion designer Philip Colbert's talks about how his new show that tackles everything from consumer culture, climate change to social media
Which EU countries will your money go the furthest in, and how do prices for goods and services compare to wages?
Marks and Spencer to close 100 stores by 2022
A survey in Austria found the overwhelming majority of children’s shoes are shorter than advertised. It’s prompted researchers to speculate if it’s a deliberate ploy by manufacturers to get parents to buy more often.
Swedish collection comes to Hollywood to show off the near-misses or downright lost causes of creative capitalism.
Best Buy said offering cases of bottle water for inflated prices was an isolated incident.
The British government repeats calls for talks with Brussels to move onto trade, as new position papers include a proposal for goods and services to be treated together.
They must be nuts! Nestle remove the walnuts from their popular walnut whips.
The five-storey Manzana de Gomez centre is an example of Cuba's opening up to the West - and illustrates its need for tourist revenue.