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Podcast: CAP Reform & Farm Bill progress

Proposals for the next Common Agricultural Policy have been submitted by the European Commission, while the new US Farm Bill is making its way through the Legislative Branch, meaning it is a significant time for the farming sectors on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Webinar: What future for palm oil in Europe?

Palm oil’s versatility means it is widely consumed in a large array of products in Europe, including bread, chocolate bars and ice cream, as well as being a significant feedstock for biofuel production. But concerns over the oil’s environmental impact have resulted in food companies and policy makers moving to limit its use.

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Podcast: World sugar production and consumption

Sugar production is expected to exceed demand this season and next – but will policy initiatives such as taxes on soft drinks have an impact on consumption?

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Podcast: What does the future hold for the biopesticides sector?

With a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 16-17%, biopesticides is currently the fastest growing segment in the crop protection sector, with sales estimated at US$3 billion today compared with $0.6bn in 2003.

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Podcast: Ag in the crossfire as trade dispute escalates; and the death of the WTO?

US President Donald Trump’s rhetoric on “unfair trade” has turned into action, with the imposition of tariffs of up to 25% on steel imports and 10% on aluminium. Are we on the verge of a trade war that will adversely impact the global farming and food sectors?

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Podcast: Developments in the global crop protection market

The crop protection sector is dealing with a number of challenges including a rapidly changing regulatory environment, the consolidation of the industry through high profile mergers, and stagnant sales around the world after a period of rapid growth.

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Podcast: Brexit, the CAP and a future UK agriculture policy

The European Commission did not mention the UK's withdrawal from the EU at all in its future CAP communication released late last year, but it is clear that Brexit will have a major impact on the formation and construction of the bloc's agriculture policy after 2020. 
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Podcast: US trade policy and its impact on food and agriculture

Trade policy has been a key feature of President Donald Trump’s first year in office and the effects have been felt in the US agribusiness sector.  

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Podcast: European Agriculture and Food Policy Review & 2018 Outlook

It has been a tumultuous year for European food and agricultural policy, with controversial issues such as Common Agricultural Policy reform, the reauthorisation of glyphosate and food labelling among the topics exposing divisions between EU member states and other industry stakeholders.

European Agricultural Policy European Food Law

Podcast: Post-quotas, what does the future hold for the EU’s sugar sector?

EU sugar production quotas, which have limited output in the bloc since 1968, were finally abolished at the start of October 2017. So does this mean the EU will now re-establish itself as a major global exporter of the sweetener?

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Podcast: What does Brexit mean for food labelling?

UK food labelling has on a number of occasions been seen to be out of step with the rest of the EU, so can we expect even more divergence post-Brexit as British exporters seek out new global markets?

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