This month, the main highlights for the wine sector at EU and global level range from further reflections and thoughts on copper use (in France mainly), new adopted rules (at EU level), which are aimed at simplifying and homogenizing wine making practices in the EU while increasing the consistency between EU oenological practices and […]
After the ‘Nestlégate’, which saw the Swiss food multinational admitting that a big majority of its products cannot be considered “healthy”, the UK is taking further steps in limiting the advertisement of unhealthy foods to children, and a pilot project for eco-label is planned to take off in the autumn, in France. Yuka, the food-shop adviser app, has been found guilty of ‘acts of denigrations’ in a legal battle against the French Charcuterie Producers association. At the European level, the future Research & Innovation Common Programme for the financial period, Horizon Europe, will assign €32 million for sustainable protein research.
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