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European Food Law

Food and Health Policy

Research into salt content of snack sparks call for compulsory front-of-pack nutrition labelling

New research which analysed 555 savoury picnic “finger foods” available from retailers, such as olives and pasties, revealed high levels of salt in one in four of the products.

European Food Law Food Policy

Norwegian industry body pushes for liberalisation of alcohol sales policy

Norwegian industry organisation Virke is pushing for Norway’s 3,000 kiosks and gas stations to get the same rights to sell beer as the country’s grocery stores. If this isn’t possible, the group is looking to lobby to move all beer sales to the country-owned Vinmonopolet liquor stores instead. 

 

European Food Law Norway

Croatian opposition leader calls for lower VAT on beverages sold by restaurants

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.

European Food Law Croatia
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Labelling and Advertising

Research into salt content of snack sparks call for compulsory front-of-pack nutrition labelling

New research which analysed 555 savoury picnic “finger foods” available from retailers, such as olives and pasties, revealed high levels of salt in one in four of the products.

European Food Law Food Policy

France leader in seeking EU protected status for foods

France currently has 42 applications to protect its regional foods, leading the pack ahead of Spain, which has 29 applications and Italy with 27, according to a food box company.

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Mondelez censored under new rules on gender stereotyping in advertising

An advert for the cheese brand Philadelphia has been banned because it showed two men being ineffective parents, thereby breaking new UK advertising rules on gender stereotyping.

European Food Law Advertising
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Food Safety and Standards

Russia suspends pork imports from Serbia following ASF outbreak

Russia has joined the list of countries blocking pork imports from Serbia following news that African Swine Fever (ASF) has reached the Balkan country for the first time.

Animal Health Food Safety and Standards

Research into salt content of snack sparks call for compulsory front-of-pack nutrition labelling

New research which analysed 555 savoury picnic “finger foods” available from retailers, such as olives and pasties, revealed high levels of salt in one in four of the products.

European Food Law Food Policy

Norwegian industry body pushes for liberalisation of alcohol sales policy

Norwegian industry organisation Virke is pushing for Norway’s 3,000 kiosks and gas stations to get the same rights to sell beer as the country’s grocery stores. If this isn’t possible, the group is looking to lobby to move all beer sales to the country-owned Vinmonopolet liquor stores instead. 

 

European Food Law Norway
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Food Technology

Food & Ag Policy Briefing: CAP set for delay, UN climate report, cell-based meat

A lack of clarity over the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), largely due to the uncertainty around Brexit, could mean the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will not be implemented until 2023.

CAP Food Technology

EFSA flags safety concerns over novel food application for whipworm eggs

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has raised safety concerns over an application to authorise viable embryonated eggs of the whipworm Trichuris suis under the 2015 novel foods regulation (2015/2283).

European Food Law Food Policy

EU supports agri-food sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The EU has allocated millions of euros for investments in the food and farming sectors in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH).

EU Bosnia And Herzegovina
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Traceability and Supply Chain

Romanian government develops retail chain for fruits and vegetables

The Romanian government is introducing its own retail chain for local fruits and vegetables to improve farmers’ opportunities to sell their produce, local media have reported.

Romania European Agricultural Policy

Russia suspends pork imports from Serbia following ASF outbreak

Russia has joined the list of countries blocking pork imports from Serbia following news that African Swine Fever (ASF) has reached the Balkan country for the first time.

Animal Health Food Safety and Standards

EU palm oil imports dropped by 30%

Six weeks into the marketing year, EU imports of palm oil were down by around a third compared to last season.

EU Indonesia
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Trade Policy

Russia suspends pork imports from Serbia following ASF outbreak

Russia has joined the list of countries blocking pork imports from Serbia following news that African Swine Fever (ASF) has reached the Balkan country for the first time.

Animal Health Food Safety and Standards

Norwegian industry body pushes for liberalisation of alcohol sales policy

Norwegian industry organisation Virke is pushing for Norway’s 3,000 kiosks and gas stations to get the same rights to sell beer as the country’s grocery stores. If this isn’t possible, the group is looking to lobby to move all beer sales to the country-owned Vinmonopolet liquor stores instead. 

 

European Food Law Norway

Defra promises ‘no deal’ support as farming campaign group warns of widespread bankruptcies

The UK’s Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) has insisted it “will not hesitate” to provide direct support for certain agriculture sectors in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, following the publication of a report claiming up to half of farms in the UK could go bankrupt under such a scenario.

Farm Incomes Brexit
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Brexit

Defra promises ‘no deal’ support as farming campaign group warns of widespread bankruptcies

The UK’s Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) has insisted it “will not hesitate” to provide direct support for certain agriculture sectors in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, following the publication of a report claiming up to half of farms in the UK could go bankrupt under such a scenario.

Farm Incomes Brexit

US farm lobby defends agricultural practices in discussion about UK trade deal

The head of the American Farm Bureau Federation has defended controversial agricultural practices in the US amid concerns that the UK might have to adopt them to secure a trade deal post-Brexit.

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Food & Ag Policy Briefing: CAP set for delay, UN climate report, cell-based meat

A lack of clarity over the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), largely due to the uncertainty around Brexit, could mean the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will not be implemented until 2023.

CAP Food Technology
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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.
European Food Law Eurofood Monitor
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