Jaroslaw Adamowski is a freelance journalist with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe, based in Warsaw, Poland. He contributes to IEG Policy and a number of other industry magazines and news sites.
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Eva Antošová, a lawmaker for the co-ruling Slovak National Party (SNS), has announced plans by the party to amend the country’s Food Law. The new amendment will require local restaurants and caterers to inform their customers on the origin of the meat they use to prepare meals.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forests has initiated a new register for producers, processors, traders, importers and storage facility owners involved in the country’s organic foods market.
Poland’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has drafted two regulations as part of its efforts to introduce labels for food products that are free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Davor Bernardić, the chairman of Croatia’s opposition Social Democratic Party (SDP), has called on the government to decrease the value-added tax (VAT) on beverages sold by restaurants.
The Estonian government has unveiled plans to create a new state agency tasked with agriculture and food through merging the country’s existing Agricultural Board and the Veterinary and Food Board.
Polish Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski has announced his ministry is drafting new legislation to tighten its control over beef producers.