Developments in the debate of lab-grown meat is happening around Brussels, with the first event on the topic hosted by MEPs in the EU Parliament: while the producers, NGOs, and, it seems, the Commission to some extent support this technology, farmers and consumers are sceptic about the benefits that this product could bring to the […]
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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