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Discussions on the European Commission’s proposal to change the so-called ‘comitology’ procedure that governs the authorisation of GMOs and pesticides in the bloc are set to get underway, with the European Parliament to hold talks on the matter in early October.
New rules lowering anti-dumping duties on biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia have entered into force, after being published in the EU Official Journal.
More decisions by EU member states on approving products derived from genetically modified (GM) crops have been delayed following the inability of member states to return the required qualified majority of votes.
A Greek honey is among the latest EU agri-food products to be given protection on the EU’s internal market.
World Trade Organization (WTO) members have discussed the contentious issue of public stockholding for food security purposes, ahead of the upcoming Ministerial in December where they are supposed to find a permanent solution to the matter.
A Greek honey and two French meat products are the latest EU agri-food products to be given protection on the EU’s internal market.