Latin America: Innovation and sustainability, economic centers for the development of agriculture

Under the IX International Forum on innovation for sustainable agriculture in Latin America, renowned speakers will talk about the economic challenges of the region and innovation as an essential way for development.

OECD consensus seeks to achieve a more productive and sustainable global food system

The aim of the Ministerial Meeting on Agriculture in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is to achieve a consensus among the ministers on the principles of agricultural policies to achieve a new policy paradigm for agriculture and feeding the world.

Cuba: Obama brings a new phase of relations looms

The US president, Barack Obama, has already landed in Havana. It is a historic official visit. It´s almost 90 years ago that a leader of that country was not above the island. The event occurs after deciding both governments restore diplomatic relations after more than 50 years of break.

Peru lifts up trade barriers to US beef

The Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation establishes specific health requirements mandatory for imports of meat and edible offal chilled or frozen bovine compliance from the United States (US).

EE.UU., Insurance value for Spanish exports of table olives

Growing exports of table olives to the US despite the overall decline of 5% in 2015. ASEMESA Assembly has presented in its sector performance during 2015, which have been exported 346.1 million kilos worth 713.6 million euros. The Association notes that the balance of 2014 was particularly high due to cyclical reasons type and welcomes the results of last year.

Mexico and USA reinforce the cooperation on food safety

The cooperative work of the National Health Service, Food Safety and Quality (SENASICA) and the Food and Drug Administration US (FDA) have been proposed to achieve a deep and thorough understanding of each food safety systems.

TPP: the most ambitious trade agreement in the history

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP, for its acronym in English) creates a tariff-free zone representing about 40% of world gross domestic product (GDP). The member countries of the treaty are the United States, Japan, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam. Agricultural quotas have been one of the areas that has cost close from a dozen countries, whose economic fundamentals differ profoundly.

Main importer from USA in Andalucia Sabor

There are 47 international players from 20 countries will participate in Andalucia Sabor at the International Meeting organized by the Ministry of Economy and Knowledge through Extenda-Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia. During the 15th and September 16th, the Andalusian companies will meet with relevant importers, among which is the main US distributor: Atalanta Corporation.

USA, great chance for Spanish eggs

Spanish exporting eggs to the United States is now possible.…

A study shows the safety of GM feed for livestock intended for human consumption

This work, published in the journal "Journal of Animal Science"…