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The European Parliament’s largest political group, the centre right European People’s Party (EPP), is demanding that the EU takes a science-based approach towards pesticide authorisation.
Delicious, affordable, cell- and plant-based meats that consumers trust may just solve the world’s largest climate problem, said experts at the recent Good Food Conference in Berkeley, Calif.
Blockchain technology will increasingly be adopted by companies in the agri-food sector in the years to come, and will be essential to ensuring food and drink products flow smoothly between the UK and EU post-Brexit, a conference in Lithuania heard this week.
The campaigners behind the Europe-wide petition that spawned proposed reforms to the EU risk assessment system at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), have criticised the Commission’s 11 April proposal as not going far enough, saying it would reduce rather than increase transparency due to confidentiality provisions for key parts of industry studies.
An intergovernmental conference on creating a legal framework to protect the exploitation of the world’s oceans foresees the preparation of a draft treaty during the first quarter of 2019.
Many thorny issues remain to be ironed out over emerging lab-grown meat products, but there is little appetite for Congress to step in and decide which agency should regulate the new products, said experts at the recent Good Food Conference in Berkeley, Calif.
Industry association, UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe, on 13 September committed to making all its plastic bottles 100% recyclable by 2025, with polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles containing a minimum of 25% recycled content on average by the same date.
The European Commission’s 11 April proposal to revise the risk assessment procedure and the way the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) operates, have come under fire from the campaigners that inspired the overhaul.
The EU Court of Justice will this week hold a hearing in a case brought by four Green MEPs against the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) for its refusal to provide public access to crucial studies into the impact of glyphosate on human health.
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