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The proposed merger between Bayer and Monsanto should be blocked under EU competition rules, as divesting particular assets would not address the underlying concerns, a new study has found.
Canada has agreed to drop all complaints over the EU’s ban on hormone-treated beef after securing enhanced market access as part of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) is throwing support behind a bill introduced Sept. 28 by Rep. John Faso (R-N.Y.) that would help improve the National Organic Program’s (NOP) oversight of global organic trade, create a level playing field for U.S. organic farmers and establish a better system to ensure the integrity of the organic label.
China has agreed to delay the implementation of controversial new food import rules by two years, following criticisms by its major trading partners that the rules were unfair and would disrupt trade.
Blockchain technology is set to take the agribusiness sector by storm, according to some enthusiastic advocates. Aiming to enhance traceability and transparency across the world food chain, blockchain could also significantly enhance safety and shelf-life, while tackling fraud and preventing agro-terrorism.
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?
Despite opposition from seafood importers, a federal judge has ruled that a seafood monitoring rule that requires a new traceability system for seafood “at-risk” for fraud and illegal fishing was lawfully implemented by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and can take effect as planned.
Walmart, Tyson Foods and Unilever are teaming up with other leading retail and food companies and IBM to use blockchain technology to help track food supplies and find foodborne contamination faster, the companies announced Tuesday (Aug. 22).
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