The European Commission is preparing to involve farmers more in the development and implementation of new agri-research strategies, according to one of its members.
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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The abolition of a European cap on sugar beet production could push up to 200,000 of the world's poorest farmers into poverty, the Fairtrade Foundation has warned.
Sensient Food Colors Europe has developed new technology for extracting spirulina blue that complies with both EU guidance notes and FDA quality specifications.
The European Commission is being pressured to adopt new, more robust meat labelling rules that will apply regardless of whether they are processed or fresh.
- 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
- Dairy association issues statement following parliamentary report
- Chicory fibre's digestive claims approved by EFSA
- EFSA rejects fat-free yogurt weight loss claims
- POM Wonderful wins trademark fight with Pur Beverages
- BSDA response to Children’s Food Campaign calling for a sugary drinks duty
- UK ice cream ‘under threat’ from EU, says Ice Cream Alliance