When Varefakta prepares labelling for children’s products, we review test reports and technical documentation and ensure that both are updated and relevant, in terms of legislation, applicable safety standards and the extra requirements, which Varefakta has for the product.
A label check is a review of a label. Varefakta checks that all mandatory labeling information is correctly listed in accordance with applicable EU and national law.
In addition, we check that all voluntary information such as marketing text, claims, pictures, illustrations, and the like is listed in accordance with food legislation.
A regulatory translation is a translation of mandatory labeling text, based on the material submitted by the customer, into the official language of the country of marketing, considering statutory wording and requirements.
The purpose of this service is to ensure that the instructions for use/installation instructions for the product in question comply with applicable national legislation, EU legislation as well as standards and Varefakta’s regulations.
Varefakta conducts consumer-oriented laboratory tests in our own laboratory by agreement with the Customer. This can be, for example, examination and installation of the product.
The purpose of the service is to ensure that the product in question can be marketed and sold in the packaging in question in accordance with applicable national and EU legislation.
Varefakta reviews the packaging to ensure that formal legal requirements and requirements from Varefakta’ s regulations are met. The packaging is also reviewed for any misrepresentations and illegal claims.
Random control is a core service in Varefakta’ s concept. The purpose of the inspection is to show whether the minimum requirements for the product have been met and whether there is consistency between the information in the declaration and the product.
Varefakta guarantees safe children´s products
Varefakta offers sparring and counselling on Danish legislation and standards. When Varefakta prepares labelling for children’s products, we review test reports and technical documentation and ensure that both are updated and relevant, in terms of legislation, applicable safety standards and the extra requirements, which Varefakta has for the product. If the tests and documentation are insufficient, Varefakta conveys contact to laboratories in Denmark and abroad. Subsequently, Varefakta conducts periodically random checks, in order to ensure compliance with product requirements and product information and labelling.
Varefakta is a “credibility mark”
Varefakta handles the labelling work for small manufacturers, entrepreneurs and large manufacures.
Varefakta ensures that the packaging of our customers has no missing information or misrepresentations, and that both retailers and the manufacturer comply with the legislation.
As manufacturer or retailer of a given product, you can communicate that Varefakta has controlled your goods as an independent third party, indicating that your product complies with the applicable legislation and that consumers can safely purchase your product.