European Union: Review of the EU Policy on the Promotion of Agricultural Products

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   E42021-0034

As part of the Farm to Fork Strategy and the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan, the European Commission announced that it would review the European Union’s policy on the promotion of agricultural products both inside and outside the Union. This review fits in the Commission’s Green Deal efforts to promote more sustainable production and consumption of food. There are mixed reactions from stakeholders to this initiative.

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