The European Parliament has endorsed proposed new rules which will make it easier for food producers’ groups to obtain an EU quality label for food produced in a specific geographical area or in a traditional way.
The Korea Trade Commission (KTC) has dismissed fears for the future of South Korean pork processing after an indigenous company blamed falling sales on cheap European imports following a free trade agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU).
Addressing food and water security is crucial to Europe’s farmers, but widespread European regulation on water is not the way forward, delegates at an international water conference in Sweden were warned.
Russia’s ban on certain live cattle and pig imports from the European Union (EU) is being used by the European Commission as a method to assess whether Russia will deliver on the commitments it made when joining the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
Dutch-based food and ingredients company Vion has announced more than 630 potential redundancies in its Dutch and German businesses after disappointing result for 2011 prompted the company to accelerate efficiencies outlined in its long-term strategy...