Since 2011, EU regulations on food labeling states require most foods label's to contain nutritional facts of the food.
However, as a person who has been living in Germany for a couple of months, it is quite clear to me that this regulation isn't followed in German supermarkets at all. Very few foods and drinks have their nutritional facts in their labels. Before Germany, I was living in UK, and there, everything had a label containing the nutritional facts of the food.
How can Germany, or German supermarket, get away with not following the EU regulations, which have been established long ago?