Farm Europe Indicators : the health check of EU food systems
Sovereignty and sustainability are two facets of the same food challenge. The Farm Europe indicator is based on 12 aggregated parameters that give a picture of the current social, environmental and economic dynamics of food systems in the EU and its Member States.
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Posted on 20/02/2024 - By Farm Europe

Nobel laureates and scientific coalitions call on the European Parliament to embrace new genomic techniques for climate and food security. Within the EU, debates intensify over proposals to patent gene-edited plant. EP adopted its negotiating position while the Council’s presidency is still anxious to build a majority to adopt its position on NGTs which would […]

Posted on 13/02/2024 - By Farm Europe

Today, Farm Europe presents its Sustainable Food Systems Indicator (*) at the opening of the 7th Global Food Forum, in Brussels, in presence of David Clarinval, Vice Prime Minister and minister for Agriculture representing the Belgium Presidency of the Council, Janusz Wojciechowski, European Commissioner for Agriculture, Dacian Ciolos, Member of the European Parliament, former Prime […]


Global Food Forum 2024

Brussels, Belgium, du 13/02/2024 16:00 to 14/02/2024 16:00

Over the past four years, several crises have significantly impacted our world, prompting a reassessment of the European Union’s sovereignty in the face of current challenges. As we approach the European elections, it becomes crucial to outline a strategic vision for Europe that will shape our direction from 2025 onward, leaving a lasting imprint on […]


ScaleAgData kickoff meeting

Leuven, du 24/01/2023 10:00 to 27/01/2023 10:00

Farm Europe participated at the kickoff meeting of the ScaleAgData Horizon Europe research project, which aims to create better data products & services by combining farm sensor data and Earth observation (EO) data. An underexploited source of data is generated by sensors used in agriculture, as they capture crucial information on the crops and the surrounding […]

EU Summit: Producers & consumers have high expectations
Blog - Posted on 22/03/2024 - By Eat Europe

Brussels, 21st March 2024  –  Food and agriculture are at the centre of the meeting of the European Council,  taking place in Brussels today and tomorrow. In the invitation letter to the Council, President Charles Michel,  states that “European farmers have voiced their concerns loud and clear”. Therefore leaders  “need to act decisively on the challenges […]

Blog - Posted on 08/02/2024 - By Eat Europe

Berlin, 8th February 2024  –  Today the President of Eat Europe, Mr Luigi Scordamaglia, participated in a roundtable discussion on “The European Packaging regulation – Benefit or Damage for the Fruits and Vegetables Value Chain?” held at Fruit Logistica, the most important international exhibition for the sector. According to the European Commission the proposed revision […]