EU-Africa, Galentine’s day & an Italian culinary trip

Episode 85 February 18, 2022 00:30:44
Agrifood Brief
EU-Africa, Galentine’s day & an Italian culinary trip

Show Notes

This week, EURACTIV’s agrifood team explores what the EU-Africa summit holds for the agrifood sector, we are joined by Brendan Coolsaet, associate professor of environmental politics at the European school of political and social Sciences at Lille Catholic University, to talk about what he learned in his trip around Italy visiting farms, and, in honour of the fact that Valentine’s Day coincided with the EU-AU summit this week, we bring you some fun facts about chocolate.

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