16 - 2020's Best Bits

Episode 16 December 18, 2020 00:27:45
16 - 2020's Best Bits
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16 - 2020's Best Bits
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Show Notes

This week is EURACTIV's last podcast of 2020 - and what a year it has been. Here, we take a look at the agrifood highlights of 2020, including the unveiling of the long-awaited Farm to Fork strategy, the EU's flagship food policy, a re-CAP of the final CAP-down, and EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski's tweets. 

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