consumer organization

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consumer organization

norganizzazione di consumatori
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Since taking on the role, I have met with a large number of consumer advocacy groups which have put forward strong cases for this change, Mr McCormack said.
DeLeo said, are suncreen warnings issued by some consumer advocacy groups that are not based on actual clinical or animal studies, but rather on data simulation.
Consumer advocacy groups have cited concerns about the impact in Ohio of four major health-insurance companies potentially merging into two.
Its members represent national and international government agencies, manufacturers, importers, retailers, trade associations, certification/testing laboratories, law firms, academia, standards writing organisations, media and consumer advocacy groups, who collaborate on health and safety concerns that affect all consumers.
consumer protection casework, projects, extraordinary mentoring, extensive service on consumer advocacy groups or boards.
Washington, October 23 ( ANI ): Katy Perry has reportedly come under fire from members of various consumer advocacy groups for her Pepsi advert which promotes her new album.
In addition to the NICB, several industry organizations and consumer advocacy groups are forewarning consumers about the potential resale of flooded--and otherwise "totaled"--vehicles.
However, this issue continues to surface among consumer advocacy groups, and there is a need for new methods for testing oxidation or rancidity levels in flavored fish oils, GOED added.
The book will also be of interest to graduate students, savvy healthcare consumers, and consumer advocacy groups.
She was honored with the 2006 ASTM Award of Merit and accompanying title of fellow for her contributions to F15, a committee of more than 900 manufacturers, end users, industry associations, regulatory authorities, health professionals and consumer advocacy groups who develop voluntary product standards to improve consumer safety.
She was honored with the 2006 ASTM Award of Merit and accompanying title of fellow for her contributions to F15, a committee of more than 900 manufacturers, end-users, industry associations, regulatory authorities, health professionals and consumer advocacy groups who develop voluntary product standards to improve product safety.
Consumer awareness and the ongoing campaigns of public health organizations and consumer advocacy groups indicate that the switch to a lower-sodium lifestyle is gaining traction.
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