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The Ministry of Economic and Sustainable Development of Georgia is proposing Technical Regulation on “Misleading products, which endanger the health or safety of consumers” approved by Decree Government of Georgia 30 December 2016 No. 634.

This regulation covers products which, although not foodstuffs, possess a form, odor, color, appearance, packaging, labeling, volume or size, such that it is likely that consumers, especially children, will confuse them with foodstuffs and in consequence place them in their mouths, or suck or ingest them, which might be dangerous and cause, for example, suffocation, poisoning, or the perforation or obstruction of the digestive tract.

The regulation is being proposed to be enforced on January 1, 2018.

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