IFEMA and FEPEX reaffirm their commitment to continue the joint organization of FRUIT ATTRACTION

IFEMA and FEPEX - Spanish Federation of Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers and Live Plants - have renewed the collaboration agreement to continue jointly organizing Fruit Attraction, International Fair of the Fruit and Vegetable Sector, within the framework of a meeting in which they have intervened the general director of IFEMA, Eduardo López-Puertas; the general director of FEPEX, José María Pozancos, and the director of Fruit Attraction, Raúl Calleja.

United States approves a reduction of tariffs for artichokes and canned peppers of Spain

The Congress of the United States has recently approved two measures that benefit regional producers and processors of artichoke and pepper of the Region of Murcia. In particular, it is about the total abolition of the 8.1% tariff paid for canned pepper so far and the reduction of up to 3% in the price of the tariff rates that apply to processed artichoke, both products from Spain.

Toledo will host the Business Agro Tertulia on Internationalization Your Brand sells: "Differentiated Quality"

Siete Agromarketing, the Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Development of Castilla-La Mancha and the Foreign Promotion Institute of Castilla-La Mancha (IPEX) organized next December 18, at 09: 30h., Toledo Tertulia Business Agro on Internationalization Your Brand sells: "Differentiated Quality".

China opens the door to new agri-food products

The signing of two new Protocols will allow the start of exports…

Spain will request the European Commission to maintain a comprehensive surveillance of agricultural markets

The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, has chaired today the Agricultural Policy Advisory Council, where he discussed with the Councilors of Agriculture of the autonomous communities the issues that will be discussed in the Council of Ministers of the European Union from next November 19.

The European Parliament plenary takes a crucial step towards a fairer food chain in the EU

The Plenary of the European Parliament today ratified in Strasbourg with 428 votes in favor, 170 against and 18 abstentions, the Report approved by the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development on unfair commercial practices on 2 October.

The Minister of Agriculture highlights the good harmony between the fair Sant Miquel and Eurofruit

The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development has opened the call to apply for aid to improve the production and marketing of bee products for this year. The initial budget for this campaign amounts to 2.37 million euros, pending the final allocation that will be approved by Sectorial Conference.

The trade agreement between the EU and Canada increases Spanish exports

Since its entry into force on September 21, 2017, the agreement has offered new opportunities to all EU companies, particularly small and medium-sized companies. In addition to the costs that tariffs pose for SMEs, small and medium-sized enterprises often have much more difficulties than large ones in dealing with bureaucratic barriers and other non-tariff barriers that reduce their competitiveness or make their access to new markets be profitable With the CETA, small businesses save time and money, avoiding, for example, the duplication of testing requirements for products, cumbersome customs procedures and expensive court fees.