Food sovereignty, climate & biodiversity must not be on a collision course, on the contrary. The war in Ukraine shed lights on the food security challenge. More than ever the Farm to Fork strategy must integrate both food & environmental ambitions.
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Posted on 22/03/2023 - By Farm Europe

The school schemes for food procurement are a European initiative whose aim is to improve the quality and the variety of nutritional intake for children in school age. They represent one branch of the preventive arm of the more general approach of the EU in its health policies by educating the next generation to healthy […]

Posted on 07/03/2023 - By Farm Europe

The CJEU’s decision on excluding specific in-vitro from the OGM regulation sparked contrasting reactions from multiple associations. The eight-year-long debate’s verdict comes as the EC works to define specific rules on NGTs, fueling the debate amongst NGOs. Outside the UE, the US are expecting higher investments on the NTGs studies to boost up their competitivity, […]

Posted on 01/03/2023 - By Farm Europe

In February, France has made some long-awaited announcements featuring an approval of 160 million € for a cyclical distillation of wines, and other support measures for the sector. In the meantime, Italy’s wine exports are still dominating and Spain has had its Barcelona Wine Week with Minister Luis Planas. Finally, the WTO has received the […]


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 […]


BioMonitor4CAP Kickoff meeting: European Project on advanced biodiversity monitoring started

Bonn, du 11/12/2022 10:00 to 13/12/2022 13:00

BioMonitor4CAP is a research project aiming to develop advanced biodiversity monitoring to show which agricultural practices and policies work best at conserving farmland biodiversity. Twenty-three partner organisations from 10 European countries and Peru participate in this project funded through the Horizon Europe research and innovation programme.  Agriculture covers around half of the European terrestrial land […]

EU-New Zealand trade agreement : contradictory impact assessments  
Blog - Posted on 16/02/2023 - By Farm Europe

At a time where securing food sovereignty is high on the European agenda, the EU-NZ FTA will not be understood by the EU agriculture community, and rightly so. Ahead of the negotiation, the European Commission published a Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment with disturbing results

Synthetic imitation of food
Blog - Posted on 01/12/2022 - By Farm Europe

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