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The US government said in December 2019 that it may implement duties of up to 100 percent on $2.4 billion in imports from France of Champagne, handbags, cheese and other products over the digital services tax, which it concluded would harm US tech companies.
Rabbits are said to be the second most farmed species in the EU, and although there are rules stipulating standards for the protection of farmed animals, including rabbits, there is no species-specific legislation protecting the welfare of farmed rabbits in the EU.
The Moli-sani study, which aims to learn about environmental and genetic factors underlying cardiovascular disease, cancer and degenerative pathologies, is said to be the first to explore the properties of this spice in relation to the risk of death in a European and Mediterranean population.
Official controls, undertaken by authorities in each member state, are said to serve to check whether the EU rules are correctly implemented.
The European Commission has authorised the use of the ingredients in Apeel’s plant-derived coating, allowing for EU expansion.
The EFSA is seeking feedback about public health risks related to the presence of Ochratoxin A (OTA) in food.
New Food's Sam Mehmet spoke with Katleen Baert from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to gain an understanding of the changing challenges with mycotoxins in Europe and how industry can look to prevent contamination.
The FoodDrinkEurope report covers data, statistics, trends and facts from the whole EU28 food and beverage industry, which is identified by the NACE rev2 codes C10 (food and products) and C11 (beverages).
EU policy on the promotion of agri-food products is designed to help the sector take advantage of the expanding and increasingly dynamic global agri-food market.
Following a positive opinion issued by the EFSA, the European Member States have voted in favour of listing nicotinamide riboside chloride as a novel food ingredient.
With difficulties such as the brown marmorated stink bug hitting the Italian pear market, the supply chain is to gather together to focus on new commercial opportunities for the industry.
Good harvests have reportedly created an imbalance between supply and demand on the EU olive oil market, resulting in a fall in prices. In an attempt to re-balance the market, the European Commission has adopted private storage aid for virgin olive oils.
Researchers have revealed that eight SDHI pesticide molecules sold in France do not just inhibit the SDH activity of fungi, but can also block that of earthworms, bees and human cells in varying proportions.