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Deployment of digital technology will be conditional for approval of CAP strategic plans

The new Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) delivery model will make it conditional for member states to roll out connectivity in rural areas as a prerequisite for their approval, the EU Farm Chief has said.

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Four French wines resistant to fungal infections win first price for innovation

Four French wine varieties produced by France's National Institute for Agronomic Research (INRA) to resist to fungal infections have been awarded the first prize for innovation in the national contest, Sival.

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Report calls for transformation of global diets to deliver sustainable food systems

Diet and food production must radically change to improve health and avoid potentially catastrophic damage to the planet, a report published in the Lancet medical journal warns.

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Commission presents draft mandate for EU-US trade talks

The European Commission has presented proposals for negotiations with the US on the elimination of tariffs for industrial goods and on conformity assessment, the EU Trade chief has announced.

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'No-deal' Brexit could hit Denmark for billions in lost meat sales

Denmark’s meat sector will face a tough period of adjustment if the UK leaves the EU without an agreement. With lost sales to the UK likely to run into the billions, two new reports suggest adapting will be difficult – but not impossible – for Danish exporters.

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EU agriculture policy diary (January 21-25): UTPs, fertilisers, CAP reform

EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan will defend his legislative proposals for the next CAP after Agriculture MEPs cast a crucial vote on the new rules to tackle unfair trading practices.

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EU agriculture policy diary (January 21-25): UTPs, fertilisers, CAP reform

EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan will defend his legislative proposals for the next CAP after Agriculture MEPs cast a crucial vote on the new rules to tackle unfair trading practices.

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Australia's border guards uncover ASF in travellers' meat products

Biosecurity checks on 152 meat products at entrance points into Australia found six which were contaminated with African Swine Fever (ASF).

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French authority disputes court ruling that said it erred when assessing glyphosate product

The French food safety agency, the Anses, has contested the finding of the French Administrative Court in Lyon that the agency made an error of assessment by approving Bayer legacy company Monsanto’s herbicide, Roundup Pro 360 (glyphosate).

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Environment & Conservation

French authority disputes court ruling that said it erred when assessing glyphosate product

The French food safety agency, the Anses, has contested the finding of the French Administrative Court in Lyon that the agency made an error of assessment by approving Bayer legacy company Monsanto’s herbicide, Roundup Pro 360 (glyphosate).

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NPPC pushes back on report critical of meat consumption

Objections to a new report from the Lancet medical journal that called for reduced consumption of meat, dairy and eggs for health and environmental reasons was voiced by the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC).

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Four French wines resistant to fungal infections win first price for innovation

Four French wine varieties produced by France's National Institute for Agronomic Research (INRA) to resist to fungal infections have been awarded the first prize for innovation in the national contest, Sival.

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Renewable Energy

Commission prepared to strike deal to exempt tariffs on Argentine biodiesel

The European Commission is willing to reach an agreement with Argentine biodiesel producers to settle a long-running trade dispute over imports of the fuel into Europe.

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Commission approves Portuguese biomass installations in forest areas prone to fires

The European Commission has approved a Portuguese scheme to support biomass energy installations close to forest areas at risk of fires.

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Commission proposes new EU anti-dumping duties on Argentine biodiesel

The European Commission has proposed the re-introduction of anti-dumping duties on biodiesel from Argentina after collecting evidence that the cheap imports are unduly subsidised and pose a threat to local producers.

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Brexit

'No-deal' Brexit could hit Denmark for billions in lost meat sales

Denmark’s meat sector will face a tough period of adjustment if the UK leaves the EU without an agreement. With lost sales to the UK likely to run into the billions, two new reports suggest adapting will be difficult – but not impossible – for Danish exporters.

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UK agricultural organisations warn against the “catastrophic” fallouts of a no-deal Brexit

Agricultural organisations in the UK are becoming increasingly mobilized to warn the country's government of the grave dangers of a no-deal scenario on Brexit.

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“We cannot feed our nation without non-UK labour”, warns Scottish farm leader

The head of a Scottish farming union has criticised the UK Government’s planned worker scheme for being largely insufficient to address the expected farm labour gaps after Brexit.

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