A potential alteration to bee-safety standards, MEPs vote to ban throwaway cutlery, and EFSA says it will share data on an open-access platform. In this bulletin, we round some of the biggest news from Brussels over the past fortnight.
Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Berlin on Saturday (19 January) to put pressure on political leaders to promote climate smart agriculture, higher animal welfare standards and farming practices that promote biodiversity.
The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) has again called on the European Commission to stop the food industry from making misleading health claims through the introduction of nutrient profiles. According to the BEUC, the move is a decade overdue.
Following last night’s historic defeat in the House of Commons for the Government’s Brexit deal, representatives of the UK food and farming sectors urge policy makers to indicate what the alternatives are. We take a look at what the result means for business....
Maqui berries, casein hydrolysate and cacao pulp juice are amongst the foods subject to a consultation process that forms part of new EU regulation designed to improve conditions when bringing new and innovative foods to the market.