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Thursday, 19 April 2018

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) strongly oppose the European Commission (EC) on the meat origin labeling of ready meals. On Thursday 10 October, they have sent a open letter to Health Commissioner Tonio Borg asking the Commission to impose better meat origin on lasagnas and other types of frozen dishes, eight months after the horsemeat scandal. Yet the European Comission position remains unclear.

The Assistant Secretary General of the  African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (ACP), Achille Bassilekin and other leaders, hope that developing countries will remain in consideration when the EU makes trade agreements with other nations. They made this statement, this week in Fiji for a joint meeting, during a joint meeting with representatives from the European Union (EU), about the farming and sugar trade.

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Addressing the ministers and officials the European Union (EU) and the Africa Caribbean Pacific (ACP) countries at the 12th Joint Session of the Ministerial Trade Committee in Brussels, Mr Hauruna Iddrisu, Minister of Trade and Industry of Ghana, assured that the Ghanaian government has been reducing the number of contaminants in foodstuffs and cocoa products in specific.

The European Union (EU), has supplied bee and honey harvesting equipment to the beekeepers of the Northern Bee Farmers Co-Operative (NBFC) in Fiji. Over 70 members of NBFC will benefit from this support and will share the equipment.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

The European Union (EU) deputy director general for development co-operation Marcus Cornaro has announced on the 15th October during the 13th African Caribbean Pacific Ministerial Conference on Sugar that the current system of sugar quotas and analogous provisions for African Caribbean Pacific countries, will end on 30th September 2017.

Friday, 18 October 2013

The European Union (EU) has recently reached an agreement within the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for the upcoming period of 2014-2020. These CAP negotiations are being made in conjunction with the Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF), which determines how much European money is allocated to agriculture every year, the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development informs (ICTSD) informs.

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

To encourage European consumers to increase their awareness of sustainable and organic agricultural products, growers in the Netherlands have launched a green label on their produce to denote the quality. Growers that attach this label to their products affirm that their produce is grown in the philosophy of quality, sustainability, and superior taste.

South Africa will be exporting 2 million fewer boxes of oranges to the European Union (EU) this season. The decrease in exports is due to a fungal issue called the Citrus Black Spot, which makes the product less appealing to the consumer.

Wednesday, 09 October 2013

The last Brussels Development Briefing on the ‘Drivers of success for agricultural transformation in Africa‘ was held on 2nd of October, at the Borschette Congress Center in Brussels. More than 120 participants discussed successes and shared lessons from the agricultural transformation in Africa, by emphasizing its impact on the livelihood of the people and its key role for the growth of the economies of the continent.

On Monday 7 October 2013, the Special Committee on Agriculture (SCA), under the Lithuanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, approved final compromise texts of the common agriculture policy (CAP) reform package agreed by the Council and the European Parliament representatives during the last trilogue meeting which took place on 24 September.