Spain: Draft Decree to regulate the labeling in the BRAILLE alphabet of consumer goods and products of special relevance

The Ministry of Consumer Affairs is currently working on the drafting of a regulation that will guide the labeling of essential products in Braille for the visually impaired.
The Consumer Affairs Department believes that this Braille labeling should provide “the minimum basic information (name, nature, expiration date or best before date, allergens)”, as well as dynamic and extensive information (name and address of the producing company, composition and purpose of the product, quality, net quantity or category, production date, nutritional information system, instructions for its correct use or consumption).
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs explains that it focuses on packaged general consumption products, in the case of foodstuffs: meat, fish, eggs, milk, coffee and canned food.