EU law precluded legislation of member state which did not provide procedure for placing on market of food supplements which failed to comply with that legislation but which were lawful in another member state – . The Court of Justice of the European Union gave a preliminary ruling, deciding, among others things, that particular European Union law had to be interpreted as precluding legislation of a member state which did not provide for a procedure for the placing on the market of that member state of food supplements whose content in nutrients exceeded the maximum daily doses set by that legislation and which were lawfully manufactured or marketed in another member state.