The fair-meat pricing proposal, also known as a ‘sustainability charge’, is set out in a new report which calls for a new pricing model to be included in the European Green Deal and Farm to Fork Strategy - applying to EU member states from 2022.
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Producers from EU member states, Denmark and the Netherlands, are the first to be able to resume exports.
As Brexit draws closer, UK food safety Statutory Instruments (SIs) could leave US-UK food safety negotiations unsettled.
European butter prices are predicted to increase by the end of 2019, but the extent of this is dependent on the weather conditions and political uncertainty.
"Your concerns have been absolutely heard," Minister tells NFU delegates.
"Businesses should be urgently reviewing their supply chains to identify any major risk areas and implement risk-reduction strategies."
Names to remain unaffected within the EU and continue to be protected.
Microorganisms found in the wildfire-prone rainforests of India have caught the eye of research scientists as an exciting prospect for biochemical production.
The EU Parliament has failed to agree to renew the licence for the sale of glyphosate, an active ingredient in many domestic and industrial herbicides. Some even called for it to be banned entirely by 2022.
Commenting on the European Council Summit in Brussels, Ian Wright CBE, FDF Director General welcomed what progress had been made, but added that the clock is ticking.
EU and Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations join forces to take action on food waste and antimicrobial resistance.