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Food Quality: Greens Beg To Differ

  • February 6th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

greenpeace-protest-cropped.jpgAs the European Commission convened a conference promoting virtues of top food quality (5.2.07), Greenpeace picketed its headquarters declaring protection standards were still not complete. … Read More »

Document: Report on Farm Prospects

  • February 6th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

fields-resize1.jpgA report published this week (5.2.07) by the European Commission, on prospects for agricultural markets and income, (2006-13), covers cereals, oilseeds, sugar, meat, eggs, milk and the main dairy products. … Read More »

US Farm Bill – EU Critical

  • February 2nd, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

us-flag-reduced.gifA proposed new American Farm Bill offering reductions in some areas of agricultural support has drawn a negative first response from the European Union. … Read More »

Fingers Crossed on Trade Round – NZ Minister

  • January 25th, 2007
  • Posted by 7thmin

nz-flag-smaller.gifThe New Zealand Trade Minister, Phil Goff, says there is qualified optimism about the Doha Round international trade talks getting back on track. … Read More »

Window On Farm-think …

  • January 20th, 2007
  • Posted by EUEditor

fischer-boel-reduced.jpgThe executive person with most say on farm policy in the EU, Mariann Fisher Boel, EC Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, says she is opening her thinking to all who might want to engage with her.

Sample the Commissioner’s blog on http://blogs.ec.europa/fischer-boel … Read More »

Large trade item gets GM clearance

  • January 20th, 2007
  • Posted by EUEditor

corn-resize-200.jpgThe latest installment in the story of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) entering Europe has seen the lifting of strict checks on corn gluten feed and brewers’ grain being imported from the United States. … Read More »

EU Promoting Food Sales, Organics and Happy Animals

  • December 13th, 2006
  • Posted by 7thmin

resize.jpgEuropean food and wine sellers are to get a big boost for promotion of their products on major world markets – with a fifty percent EU subsidy for costs of the campaign. … Read More »

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