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Commission publishes encouraging second round of EU-wide test results for horse meat DNA in beef products: measures to fight food fraud are workingCommission publishes encouraging second round of EU-wide test results for horse meat DNA in beef products: measures to fight food fraud are working

On 24 July 2014, the Commission published the results of a second round of coordinated pan-European testing for horse meat DNA in beef products was launched in April this year. This testing was a follow-up to the exercise carried out in 2013 in the wake of the horse meat crisis, where 4.6% of products tested positive.

This second round of testing was requested and co-financed by the Commission. The findings are encouraging as they show that the situation has significantly improved, with only 0.61% of samples testing positive.

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Public consultation on the preliminary opinion guidance on the determination of potential health effects of nanomaterials used in medical devicesPublic consultation on the preliminary opinion guidance on the determination of potential health effects of nanomaterials used in medical devices

Interested parties are invited to provide comments on the scientific evidence of this preliminary opinion online. The consultation will run until 03 October 2014.

In-app purchases: Joint action by the European Commission and Member States leads to better protection for consumers in on-line gamesIn-app purchases: Joint action by the European Commission and Member States leads to better protection for consumers in on-line games

Some practices concerning in-app purchases in online games raised numerous consumer complaints.

As a result of the coordinated enforcement action the Industry committed itself to a number of engagements which seek to address these consumer concerns.

Cooperation in consumer protection: report takes stock of progressCooperation in consumer protection: report takes stock of progress

Following the publication of the Report on the functioning of the national authorities responsible for the enforcement of consumer protection laws published on the 1st of July, Commissioner for Consumer Policy Neven Mimica set out his views as to the need for greater co-operation in enforcing consumer rights across the Single market.

"ECC-Net: Travel App" - a new mobile application for European consumers when travelling abroad"ECC-Net: Travel App" - a new mobile application for European consumers when travelling abroad

European Consumer Centres Network (ECC-Net) has launched a unique mobile application: the "ECC-Net: Travel App". It will help consumers to cope with difficult situations on their holiday abroad and to express their consumer rights in the language of the destination country. It is available in the online stores:

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