Ministry for Consumer Protection // The Luxembourg Government
The roles and responsibilities of the Ministry are defined by the Grand Ducal Decree regarding the organisation of the Government.
On the occasion of the annual World Consumer Day, the Ministry of Consumer Protection emphasizes that it remains important to get involved in consumer rights. With the new consumer agenda in particular, the European Commission wants to empower consumers and actively involve them in the green and digital transition.
The creation of a new consumer policy advisory group within the framework of the New Consumer Agenda brings together representatives from consumer organizations, civil society and the private sector. Luxembourg is represented by the ULC.
The ministry for Consumer protection has published its annual report 2020.
The relevant authorities of Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland announce the establishment of a transnational coordination mechanism to facilitate the use of the front-of-pack nutrition label Nutri-Score. This cooperation will take place within a Steering committee and a Scientific committee.