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Do Consumers Have the Right to Drink Healthy Wine?An Appraisal of the Deutsches Weintor Case

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Abstract This article seeks to appraise the development that the Deutsches Weintor case will bring to EU law concerning health protection. The analysis will be carried out by highlighting the structure and the aims of Regulation no. 1924/2006/EC in order to assess its role in the construction of health as a fundamental right. Furthermore, attention will be devoted to how this judgment could affect the general theory behind fundamental rights and how it is placed in relation to the settled case law of the Court.

Affiliations: 1: University of Bologna University of Strasbourg Italy France


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