Trade agreements makes positive impact on agri-food sectors

According to a new study published, the EU trade agenda is set…

European Commission launches Green Consumption Pledge

European Commission launches Green Consumption Pledge, first…

Proexport requests from Europe facilities in the transport of perishables

The President of PROEXPORT conveys his "deep concern about the negative impact that the COVID-19 crisis is having on road transport of perishable food."

The EC opens call to support the export of agri-food products

These grants are one of the measures that the Member States demanded from the EU to mitigate the effects of the tariffs.

The Naturecode startup, selected by the European Commission

A pilot test in Andalusian supermarkets will certify the advantages of this system for companies and consumers.
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The new European Commission begins to work

Janusz Wojciechowski, MEP veteran and current member of the European Court of Auditors, is the new Commissioner of Agriculture, while Phil Hogan assumes the Commerce portfolio.

New steps towards transparency of the food chain

On September 11 the European Commission gave its approval to adopt in the coming weeks a series of rules that improve the transparency of pricing at different stages of the food chain.

The Ministry of Agriculture registers more than 238,000 applications for aid from the CAP for the 2018 campaign

e Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development has registered 238,301 applications for aid from the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for the 2018 campaign, as reported by the Minister Rodrigo Sánchez Haro at a press conference in Seville, which, in addition, has presented the mobile application of the InfoPAC Board "so that the beneficiaries can be better informed about the processing of the aid".

The EU and the Member States, together with Switzerland, agree on a framework for cooperation with Bolivia worth 530 million euros

The European Commission, the member states present in Bolivia - France, Spain, the United Kingdom, Italy, Sweden and Germany - and Switzerland have agreed to "harmonize and coordinate" their interventions in the field of development cooperation in the Andean country through the adoption of of a joint strategy until 2020 for which they will allocate a total of 530 million euros.

COAG states that the cuts in the CAP proposed by the EU would mean a real loss of 17% of aid for farmers

The Coordinator of Organizations of Farmers and Cattle Ranchers (COAG) considers "unacceptable" the 5% cut in the budget of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) announced by the European Commission in the proposal of community financial perspectives for 2021-2027. If we take into account inflation throughout the budget period, we estimate a real loss of 16.6% of the aid received by farmers, as reflected in the comparative analysis prepared by the COAG Technical Services.