The European Commission is working on a new directive to define a female orgasm after numerous reports of fake orgasms appearing throughout the continent.
Following an in depth survey across all member states the Commission found that the quality of orgasm - which was first discovered in France - varied significantly from country to country.
A spokesperson said in Brussels: "European law is very clear on the subject: whenever a product's name means that customers could expect a certain level of quality, it is important that suppliers of that product maintain those levels."
The EC's definition of the orgasm is still a secret but it is understood to be linked to the Richter scale.
In a separate statement the EC said it was powerless to influence human rights violations in states who were major trading partners.