Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2257/94, colloquially known as the Bendy Banana Law, was a European Union regulation on quality standards for unripened bananas. From this former law, as well as it’s abolition, one could now derive the following rule on normality:
1. There are certain benefits to artificially creating normality – for example fairness in distribution and price.
2. There are also benefits to let go of norms if other things have to take precedence over normality – for example supply and demand or reduction of food waste.
Why not call that the Bendy Banana Law.