Following the European Farmers Congress in October 2022, three pillars have been established to navigate the future of EU agriculture.
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Copa and Cogeca supports new measure enforcing cold treatments to protect citrus fruits shipped from South African to Europe from false codling moths, but calls for the regulation to be expanded further.
One of the world's largest farming interest groups calls for action from European Commission as EU honey harvests fall by up to 80 percent.
The EU has ruled that plant-based burgers and sausages are here to stay, but take a harsher approach with dairy imitation products; New Food provides an update...
With the European Parliament’s failure to decide on the legality of vegan ‘sausages’ or ‘burgers’, the European livestock sector is launching the campaign, ceci n’est pas un steak.
The Presidents of Copa and Cogeca have stated that food security and support to local farming should be key priorities for EU ministers while the risks of coronavirus are still high.
European food organisations Copa and Cogeca, Celcaa and FoodDrinkEurope have issued a Joint Statement to outline their concerns for the future of food and beverage trade.