The tribunal de commerce of Versailles also ordered the 5 march last, the deletion of the passages at issue, which appear on the blog of Yuka.
Yuka can't tell anything. The application that lets you know that contain our food in the scanning on our mobile phone was ordered on march 5 to pay 3,000 euros to the French Federation of food industries retained (Fiac) due to an article published on his blog.
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In this article, the author "denigrated" the packaging in cans, an article "approximate constitutive of disparagement and unfair commercial practices and misleading", the judge of the commercial court of Versailles, accurate, Legalis has updated the sentence on Tuesday.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
The commercial court also considers that "the tone of the statements made in the blog lack of measurement by a hasty generalization on all the packaging materials in which foods are stored ; and that the information transmitted by the article at issue also lack of factual basis sufficient, as it is based on a single source, which is cited misused and interpreted in an extensive manner".
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The site must also delete the passage in question under penalty of a fine of 500 euros per day of delay and per offence observed. The Fiac was alleged to Yuka to make an amalgam between the aluminium and the cans.