To achieve healthier and more sustainable diets, aligned with the Farm to Fork strategy, we should not forget about an essential aspect of the food system: safe food. Specialty food ingredients play a key role in the manufacturing of food...
“It is essential to put food systems on a sustainable path, as stressed in the Farm to Fork strategy, the European Commission’s holistic plan to accelerate this transition. Specialty food ingredients have a key role to play, given their place in the food value chain....
The infographic shows the tools and new methods that European photonics researchers are developing to combat infectious diseases that rapidly detect viruses, bacteria and fungi with cutting edge light technologies.
With the launch of the Farm to Fork strategy earlier this year as part of the European Green Deal, the importance of food systems to be fair, healthy and environmentally-friendly has been set firmly on the European policy agenda. Specialty...
For 175 years, co-operatives have successfully used commercial efforts to generate social value. Yet, their model is not sufficiently promoted. The Single Market & local communities will benefit if this changes.
Giving biological resources such as residues and waste a second life means also making money out of the closing of the production circle. Bioeconomy promotes a smarter way of using and also conceiving these resources.
From the olive groves and vineyards of Andalucía to the grasslands of Scotland. We take a look at three cases of EU funds in action - in the UK, Germany and Spain - promoting farm modernisation and generational renewal.
The food and drink industry builds long-term partnerships with Europe’s farmers to secure a local agricultural supply, creates value and develops market opportunities for agricultural products and connects farmers and consumers in the food chain.
As the discussions between the European Parliament and the Council continue on the recast of the Renewable Energy Directive, the European Oilseed Alliance (EOA) calls on policymakers to support European rapeseed producers and acknowledge the role of the EU biofuels sector in the decarbonisation of road transport and the coproduction of proteins for animal feed.
The European soft drinks industry has committed to stop offering sugar-sweetened drinks for sale in secondary schools across Europe and to provide only no-calorie and low-calorie options by the end of 2018.
Many rural areas suffer from high levels of unemployment and lack vital infrastructure like high-speed internet and transport connections: the EU’s rural residents are up to twice as likely as city-dwellers to experience poverty or social exclusion.
Global trade has its ups and downs and the numbers involved are often difficult to comprehend. EURACTIV's partner EFEAGRO visualises EU agri-trade, with a focus on Spain's contribution, in this infographic.