Agrifood Brief

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Welcome to EURACTIV's AgriFood Brief, your weekly update on all things Agriculture & Food in the EU from EURACTIV's Agrifood news team: Gerardo Fortuna and Natasha Foote

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Latest Episodes…

  1. 2 - Organics regulation, releasing recovery funds, new trade Commissioner

    This week, EURACTIV takes a closer look at the Commission's announcement of the launch of a public consultation on its future action plan on organic farming and also its proposal to postpone by one year the entry into force of the new organic regulation, we hear what Agriculture CommissionerJanusz Wojciechowski had ...


  2. 1 - Agrifood Brief: Back to School

    Welcome back to EURACTIV's agrifood podcast, with your hosts Gerardo Fortuna and Natasha Foote. In this episode, we catch you up on all that you might have missed over the holiday period, offer the latest EU news from this week and also a look-ahead for the most important policy developments ...


  3. 27- German presidency's priorities, young farmers, no-till

    German Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner laid out the German Presidency's agrifood priorities this week, listing CAP negotiations, animal welfare, and digitalisation among her main focuses, young farmers have said that they need a toolbox “as broad as possible” to achieve the goals of the Farm to Fork ...


  4. 26 - F2F target reversal, agricultural drones, F2F solutions

    An EU Commissioner has for the first time suggested the possibility of revising the ambitious targets of the new EU food policy at a later stage, EURACTIV explores the ways in which innovation and a well-balanced regulatory framework can help to cope with the trade-offs of the Farm to Fork strategy, ...


  5. 25- Food security, F2F targets, CAP transition

    In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, food security has become the hot topic on everyone's lips, but not everyone is in agreement over the best way to strengthen the EU's food security, farmers have expressed concern that organic targets may could “kill” the sector, and lawmakers agree to ...