Re­forms af­fect­ing milk, bak­eries and phar­ma­cies post­poned un­til Oc­to­ber

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new rules on the la­bel­ing of milk, clas­si­fi­ca­tion of bak­eries and phar­macy own­er­ship have been post­poned un­til Oc­to­ber, ac­cord­ing to Econ­omy Min­is­ter Gior­gos Stathakis. The re­forms were voted into law on Au­gust 14 as part of the new bailout pro­gram and would per­mit any busi­ness selling or bak­ing bread on the premises to call it­self a bak­ery, re­move re­stric­tions that only al­lowed phar­ma­cists to run phar­ma­cies, and give dairy pro­duc­ers rather than the state con­trol over the shelf life of fresh milk, ex­tend­ing it from five to seven days. The re­forms must be pub­li­cized in a min­istry cir­cu­lar be­fore they come into ef­fect.

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