A new survey undertaken by ingredients firm Griffith Foods has uncovered a growing swathe of alternative protein consumers, or meat reducers, representing huge potential to develop more exciting alternative protein products.
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Proposed procedures for importing and exporting of goods are “convoluted, expensive and will seriously hamper trade with other countries”, says BMPA.
The campaign aims to complement the ongoing efforts of the European Commission and other international organisations to work towards the eradication of the disease in Europe.
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.
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The organisation has urged that the EU internal dairy market is preserved and protected, while both parties acknowledge that the UK needs its room to manoeuvre.
Upon request of the European Commission, EFSA has assessed the health risks associated with glycoalkaloids (GAs) in the Solanaceae family of plants.
The aim of the investment is to help the startups adapt to COVID-19, continue innovation in the agrifood sector and to bridge the gap towards their next investment round.
A total of 5,416 new products containing almonds were introduced across Europe in 2019 compared to 4,837 in 2018.
A letter from Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, signed by over 60 senators, has suggested that some trade agreements block American-produced dairy products from using common, familiar names.
The European Commission is reviewing whether CBD should be classified as a narcotic. Dr Parveen Bhatarah, Head of Regulatory and Compliance Unit at The Association of the Cannabinoid Industry, explains the impact this could have on both the European and UK markets.
Members of the European Dairy Association have argued that Mandatory National Origin Labelling for milk and milk products will jeopardise the success of the dairy sector.
The British Retail Consortium has urged the UK Government to reach the best deal possible with the EU, secure continuity of other existing trade deals covering the UK and then focus on countries where there are not currently preferential trade deals in place.
The report, from WWF and WRAP, analysed the EU’s progress on Food Loss and Waste (FLW) and has set out guidance for governments, industry, researchers and NGOs on how to reach FLW reduction targets.