August 3, 1991. Consumer Association claims that shoppers could be confused by poorly labelled products have been denied by the Ministry of Agriculture. The pressure group claims that items such as Greek yogurt' made with cows' milk and not in Greece should be more clearly identified and that country of origin labels should be given more prominence. But a MAFF spokesman told The Grocer that the law governing country of origin and ingredient labels should be sufficient to let consumers know what they were buying. {{COUNTERPOINT }}