ACCC through its media release updated that Queensland Yoghurt Company Pty Ltd (QYC) has paid $12,600 in the form of penalty, after ACCC provided it with an infringement notice for supposedly misleading customers by removing gelatine as a constituent in some of its yoghurt items.
The ACCC alleged that the company since at least 2 July 2019 did not disclose the presence of gelatine or the compound ingredient CFT-1 in its Queensland Yoghurt products.
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