In this edition of the Brussels Bulletin, the European Union agrees to accept 35,000 tonnes of non-hormone treated beef from the United States, EFSA questions the safety of a whipworm egg as a food supplement, and pesticide chlorphyrifos comes under the...
Low-income groups would be ‘disproportionately affected’ by the impact that any no-deal Brexit scenario would have on food prices and availability, Professor Tim Lang of the Centre for Food Policy, City University of London, warns.
The European Commission’s current proposals on the Common Agricultural Policy fail to support sustainable food production and demonstrate that the EU ‘lacks the will’ to meet public demand for environmentally-friendly agriculture, according to researchers.
Latest data from the United Nations reveal obesity and overweight rates are ‘increasing in all regions’. Could ‘healthy food’ subsidies and taxes on products high in saturated fat, salt, and sugar, curb the trend?