|1. The right to basic needs
This refers to the right to basic goods and services such as adequate food, health care, sanitation, clothing and health. The right to basic food is synonymous to the right to survive. Consumers of all age groups from infants to the aged should be guaranteed of these basic necessities.
|2. and 3. The right to Safety and Healthy environment
The right to safety calls for protection against marketing of products, production processes and services which are hazardous to health or life. Consumers also have the right to live in an environment which is neither threatening nor dangerous and which permits a life of dignity and well-being.
8. The right to consumer education