We bring you our weekly round-up of the View opinion articles that have been driving debate across Europe and beyond over the last seven days.
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?
Why I'm fighting for consumers in all EU countries to have access to the same quality food and other consumer products no matter where they shop.
Marks and Spencer to close 100 stores by 2022
Lidl high? The German supermarket giant Lidl is now offering locally grown cannabis in its Swiss stores.
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.
World's biggest Consumer Electronics jamboree kicks off in Las Vegas.
iPhone X screen cracked already? Here's how much it will cost to have it repaired in your country.
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.
European Commission President Juncker agrees with Slovak PM over food quality disparity between EU members states
Cork producers turn to high tech to win back customers who changed to screw caps and plastic stoppers.
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.
February was a good month for fashion as Europeans bought clothers by the bundle boosting the overall retail sales figures beyond expectations.
A company has unveiled a washing machine specifically catered to the Indian market. It has a curry stain washing function
Customer support for Starbucks has waned in recent weeks as customers negatively react to the coffee giant's promise to hire thousands of refugees
Spanish inflation hit 3 percent in February compared to the same month in 2016. The government said that was temporary and energy costs will decline.
US food giant Kraft has dropped its plan to buy the UK-based Unilever.
Severe weather in southern Spain has led to a shortage of lettuce, broccoli, courgettes and aubergines. Supermarkets are rationing stocks to help deal with the problem
Faulty batteries have been blamed by South Korean tech giant Samsung for fires that forced the withdrawal of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
Eurozone consumer prices rose more than expected in December, up 1.1 percent year-on-year but core inflation rose only slightly.