Traceability and Supply Chain
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A staggering 6.8% of goods imported into the EU are counterfeit, up from 5% in 2013, according to a joint report by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the EU’s Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
Food & Ag Policy Briefing: Funding proposals, UTPs law passes Parliament, UK announces Brexit tariff plan
US agriculture organizations have responded with dismay at proposed cuts to farm program funding in the Trump administration’s FY 2020 budget, but food safety programs could see an increase.
Tyson, one of the world’s largest meat processors, is starting to use DNA technology to trace beef back to the individual animal of origin.
The UK’s intention to simply refrain from collecting import duties on goods entering Northern Ireland across the Irish border, as announced earlier today (March 13), has sparked some lengthy debate among trade lawyers about whether, and if so how, this might violate World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.
The UK has announced it will suspend the application of import duties on 87% by value of products entering the country under a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario. But what will change for the agricultural sectors that will see import duties applied?
The UK will suspend the application of import duties on all but a handful of agri-food products if it leaves the EU without a deal at the end of this month, according to a temporary tariff schedule published this morning (March 13).
The UK government will publish on Wednesday (March 13) its proposals for import tariffs to apply on agricultural and other imports in the event of a no deal Brexit, after a fresh defeat for prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit Withdrawal Agreement on Tuesday evening (March 12).
Shortly before a visit to the Washington by Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro, the South American country is still trying to persuade the US to reopen its market to fresh Brazilian beef.
Humanity needs to change what it eats, and thereby change what it farms, otherwise it will “push itself into a corner where, literally, by the end of the century, we are going to fry”, an expert on climate change warned this week.
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