BAGSO calls for age-friendly price labelling in German supermakets

AGE German member organisation, BAGSO, has joined discussions on standardization for price labelling in supermarkets in Germany initiated by the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) three years ago. Based on the outcome of a survey on price labelling carried out during the 11th German Senior Day in 2015, BAGSO points out that the reference price (per kilo or liter) is often difficult to read and understand for many older people. BAGSO therefore asks for standards on minimum front size for prices labels.

Read BAGSO’s press release here (in German)

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