Many farmers won't get rid of their Crops, because fruits and vegetables according to the standards of the retailers. This is the "Sunday view" writes. Often Apples, potatoes and pumpkins to big are to small or heart-shaped, instead of round.
Migros, Coop and co. would not accept such products. The standards are absurd, complains a farmer in the newspaper. However, only a few farmers dare to make your Anger in public, because they didn't want the forfeit with the most important customers.
From the opposite side it was said that the majority of consumers accessed, however, more likely to be shiny Apples than those that were covered with a scab. In addition, the standards had been developed jointly by the industry and worn. One-sided requirements of the retail trade there is no. (scl/sda)
Created: 08.12.2019, 07:18 PM