The European Dairy Association has said that the removal of milk quotas is 'a big step' in the right direction, ahead of their abolition tomorrow.
International dairy company Fage has commented on the judgement that refuses Chobani permission to appeal to the Supreme Court as regards marketing its yogurt in the UK.
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Diageo will become the first alcohol producer to provide on-pack nutritional information per serving, as it champions change in the European Union's existing system.
WWF and LiveWell for Life have called upon the European Commission to develop a clear plan for a healthy, climate-friendly food system.
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- European Commission to involve farmers in agri-research programmes
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- European Commission considers robuster meat labelling rules
- Government defends investing £15m in research body amid privatisation fears
- Groceries Code Adjudicator investigates Tesco's relationship with suppliers
- UK and Ireland dairy bosses get behind abolition of milk quotas
- Government food fraud unit 'encouraging' – diagnostics kit manufacturer
- Camra urges government to support pub protection bill
- EU lifts import restrictions on Indian mangos following pest scare
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