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European Food Law

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UK seafood industry body publishes Brexit preparation guide for businesses

Practical guidance for seafood businesses on the likely day-to-day scenarios to be encountered from 29th March, when the UK is planning to exit the EU, has been published by the UK seafood industry body, Seafish.

European Food Law Europe

Food and Health Policy

Food waste in Norway found to be decreasing significantly

Norway appears to be on top of the food waste problem with a survey finding a 13% decrease in waste between 2015-2017. This has come after a 14% decline in food waste between 2010 and 2015.

European Food Law Norway

UK seafood industry body publishes Brexit preparation guide for businesses

Practical guidance for seafood businesses on the likely day-to-day scenarios to be encountered from 29th March, when the UK is planning to exit the EU, has been published by the UK seafood industry body, Seafish.

European Food Law Europe

MEPs set to clear spirits labelling and production regulation that protects GIs

The European Parliament’s Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee (ENVI) is January 22 set to clear a deal struck with Council representatives on a EU spirits labelling and production regulation.

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MEPs set to clear spirits labelling and production regulation that protects GIs

The European Parliament’s Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee (ENVI) is January 22 set to clear a deal struck with Council representatives on a EU spirits labelling and production regulation.

European Food Law Food Policy

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.

European Food Law European Agricultural Policy

Bolsonaro and Macri boost hopes for EU-Mercosur trade agreement

Hopes that an EU-Mercosur trade deal can be pushed over the line were revived today (January 16) as the Presidents of Argentina and Brazil voiced strong support for advancing the South American bloc's trade agenda.

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Food Safety and Standards

Food waste in Norway found to be decreasing significantly

Norway appears to be on top of the food waste problem with a survey finding a 13% decrease in waste between 2015-2017. This has come after a 14% decline in food waste between 2010 and 2015.

European Food Law Norway

Poland and Lithuania resolve differences over pig trade

Poland has agreed to reopen its market to pigs from Lithuania after getting assurances that animals will be adequately tested for African Swine Fever (ASF).

Food Safety and Standards Trade Disputes

UK seafood industry body publishes Brexit preparation guide for businesses

Practical guidance for seafood businesses on the likely day-to-day scenarios to be encountered from 29th March, when the UK is planning to exit the EU, has been published by the UK seafood industry body, Seafish.

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Food Technology

Member states back single use plastics restrictions

EU member states have given the green light to the deal struck with the European Parliament last month to crack down on single use plastics in a January 18 meeting of the Committee of Permanent Representatives (Coreper).

European Food Law Food Policy

EFSA to share data on open-access platform

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has pledged to publish the scientific data it uses for EU-wide monitoring programmes, surveys and many of its risk assessments on its Knowledge Junction platform.

European Food Law European Agricultural Policy

Consumer group urges Commission to heed auditors’ call to close regulatory gaps

Consumer organisation, BEUC, is calling on the Commission to close regulatory gaps in EU food law identified in a January 15 report from the European Court of Auditors.

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Traceability and Supply Chain

Food waste in Norway found to be decreasing significantly

Norway appears to be on top of the food waste problem with a survey finding a 13% decrease in waste between 2015-2017. This has come after a 14% decline in food waste between 2010 and 2015.

European Food Law Norway

Poland and Lithuania resolve differences over pig trade

Poland has agreed to reopen its market to pigs from Lithuania after getting assurances that animals will be adequately tested for African Swine Fever (ASF).

Food Safety and Standards Trade Disputes

UK seafood industry body publishes Brexit preparation guide for businesses

Practical guidance for seafood businesses on the likely day-to-day scenarios to be encountered from 29th March, when the UK is planning to exit the EU, has been published by the UK seafood industry body, Seafish.

European Food Law Europe
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Trade Policy

Poland and Lithuania resolve differences over pig trade

Poland has agreed to reopen its market to pigs from Lithuania after getting assurances that animals will be adequately tested for African Swine Fever (ASF).

Food Safety and Standards Trade Disputes

UK seafood industry body publishes Brexit preparation guide for businesses

Practical guidance for seafood businesses on the likely day-to-day scenarios to be encountered from 29th March, when the UK is planning to exit the EU, has been published by the UK seafood industry body, Seafish.

European Food Law Europe

No new solutions on Brexit, with time running out for UK

The chances of the UK making an orderly departure from the EU as planned, on March 29, appear to have receded further after UK prime minister Theresa May presented no new plan for breaking the Brexit deadlock in the House of Commons on Monday (January 21).

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Brexit

UK seafood industry body publishes Brexit preparation guide for businesses

Practical guidance for seafood businesses on the likely day-to-day scenarios to be encountered from 29th March, when the UK is planning to exit the EU, has been published by the UK seafood industry body, Seafish.

European Food Law Europe

No new solutions on Brexit, with time running out for UK

The chances of the UK making an orderly departure from the EU as planned, on March 29, appear to have receded further after UK prime minister Theresa May presented no new plan for breaking the Brexit deadlock in the House of Commons on Monday (January 21).

Brexit Trade Agreements

Food and Ag Policy Briefing: Shutdown continues, Brexit ‘plan B’, crop protection, CAP

A review of the most significant talking points in the food and agriculture policy sphere for the past seven days.

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Eurofood Monitor

Introduction to Eurofood Monitor

Eurofood Monitor is a structured guide to EU food legislation available to subscribers to IEG Policy’s European Food Law channel.
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