The seminar, bringing together acknowledged European experts from the field of food safety and quality policy on the one hand, and representatives of Korean authorities, importers, retailers, journalists and researchers on the other, will provide an avenue for presentation of practical EU approaches concerning sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) issues, labelling, controls, organic products as well as geographical indications.
Following the publication last November of the European Commission’s Communication on the Future of Food & Farming, the latest EU-wide Eurobarometer survey of public opinion about the common agricultural policy show that just over 60% of respondents believe that the common agricultural policy (CAP) benefits all citizens and not just farmers.
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EU beef and sheep meat exports to Iran will soon be significantly facilitated, after the country adopts a single health certification system for exports from all EU Member States.
The EU’s new Horizon 2020 work programme was unveiled on 27 October 2017, including an investment of €1 billion towards knowledge and innovation in agriculture, food and rural development.
Unjustified trade barriers on European cheeses imposed by China have been lifted, allowing trade to resume immediately.