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Companies will no longer be able to re-direct consumers to a country-specific website without their consent. However, consumers will still have to organize how to pick up a product if the company does not offer cross-border delivery. E.U. Ends "Geoblocking" of Ecommerce Across Member States [reuters.com]
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There some laws in EU that in certain countries B&M stores can not sell half elliptical shaped Bananas(true fact) at their location, even if they are not the country that grows them, e.g. Bananas have to be almost straight in shape, specifically if they are sold in the bunch. Somehow that is a fact, not that they taste any different, "ripe < ;)" or not.
Straight & bendy are not banned by the EU. Commission Regulation 2257/94 identifies certain restrictions for fruits that producers have to conform to in order to sell their produce within the EU. The regulation states that bananas must be "free from malformation or abnormal curvature."
Class 1 bananas can have "slight defects of shape" and Class 2 bananas full-on "defects of shape".