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Analysis: EU-wide legislation preferred option to tackle fairness in agri-food supply chain

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Introducing binding EU-wide legislation to tackle so-called unfair trading practices (UTPs) in the agri-food supply chain has emerged as the most popular policy option among stakeholders responding to a European Commission initiative. 


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