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New EU measures urged, but is intervention working?

Demands are growing among EU member states for more action to tackle the dairy crisis. However, new research questions the effectiveness of one of the Commission’s flagship policies.

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Analysis: Post-2015 UN Sustainable Development Goals lack measurable results

The new UN ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs), finally agreed on Sunday evening (August 2), will not only focus on eradicating poverty and hunger but also place greater emphasis on sustainability in the farming sector.

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EU GMO import authorizations likely on hold

EU import authorization of a number of genetically modified (GM) crop varieties may be put on hold until the European Commission conducts a forthcoming review of EU GMO rules.

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European Commission publishes TTIP food safety text

The United States and the European Union must accept each other’s food safety and animal and plant health measures as “equivalent to its own” if they show “appropriate levels of protection”, according to the EU’s initial proposal on a sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) chapter under a potential EU-US trade deal.

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U.S. reopens to Irish beef in first for European Union

After a series of delays, Ireland has become the first European Union member state cleared to resume beef exports to the U.S. market – a move the European Commission now wants to see extended.

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