Orientations for a successful transition of agri-food systems
The 3rd Edition of the Global Food Forum took place on the 17th and 18thof September in Pavia (Italy). The GFF2018 drawn orientations for the future of EU policies with having an impact on EU agri-food systems including the Common Agricultural Policy.
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Posted on 12/02/2019 - By Farm Europe

Palm oil in EU cars is a threat for forests and peatlands across the globe, thus, its contribution should not be counted towards EU climate and transport decarbonisation targets. Despite the scientific evidence, the European Commission is proposing to the European Parliament and Council a rescue operation for palm in a draft decision (1) aiming […]

Posted on 19/12/2018 - By Farm Europe

Press release  Brussels, December 19th At the end of a sixth and final trilogue procedure, the European Parliament and the Council, on December the 19th reached an agreement on the Directive to combat Unfair Trade Practices in the agri and food supply chain. This is excellent news for all producers and companies in the sector, who have been waiting for […]

Posted on 17/12/2018 - By Joao Pacheco

The US Congress adopted a new 5-year Farm Bill that enhances the commodity programs and crop insurance tools previously available to US farmers, in a sharp contrast to the European Commission CAP proposals that drastically cut the budget and support to EU farmers. The new US Farm Bill increases support across the board. It increases […]

Posted on 22/11/2018 - By Farm Europe

Press release Brussels, 22 November 2018 Now that the political compromise reached in July on the Renewable Energy Directive has just been adopted, Farm Europe’s Green Energy Platform organized today an event at the European Parliament, under the patronage of the EPP rapporteur Seán Kelly, to discuss the opportunities for EU farmers to contribute to the energy […]


CAP, Brexit, Budget: turn challenges into assets for our agriculture.

PARIS, du 23/01/2019 15:00 to

CAP and future of EU agricultures: which way forward, how to address truly the challenges?

Budapest, du 23/11/2018 09:30 to 23/11/2018 12:00

Today is held at the Hungarian Academy of Agriculture in Budapest, a conference organized by Farm Europe entitled CAP and future of EU agricultures: which way forward, how to address truly the challenges?

Options to avoid a brutal crisis in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Blog - Posted on 06/02/2019 - By Joao Pacheco

Brussels, 6thFebruary 2019   As the Brexit date of 29thMarch is fast approaching without a clear prospect of an orderly exit deal, the worst case scenario of a no-deal Brexit is becoming ever more likely. Although an agreement is still possible and highly desirable, the political stalemate around the apparently intractable issue of the “backstop”, […]

Trade in 2019: high stakes amid high uncertainty
Blog - Posted on 14/01/2019 - By Joao Pacheco

January 2019 One thing is certain about what trade brings to the EU agri-food sector in 2019 – high-stake issues and a high level of uncertainty on how they will unfold. The two major trade issues that could have a large impact on the sector in 2019 are the EU-US trade relations and Brexit (Mercosur […]