The CAP is a partnership between society and agriculture that ensures a stable supply of food, safeguards farmers’ income, protects the environment and keeps rural areas vibrant.
Financing the CAP
Agri-food supply chain
CAP Strategic Plans
EU countries' CAP Strategic Plans combine a wide range of targeted interventions to address their specific needs and deliver tangible results in relation to EU-level objectives, while contributing to the Green Deal.
The plans must contribute to, and be consistent with, EU legislation and commitments relating to climate and the environment, including those laid out in the Farm to Fork and biodiversity strategies.
Common monitoring and evaluation framework (CMEF)
Key information on CAP implementation, its results and its impacts.
Support for the next generation of EU farmers.
Promotion of EU farm products
Promotion policy helps EU producers to sell their farm products more effectively.
The CAP takes a social, environmental and economic approach to sustainability.
Data and analysis relating to agricultural markets.
Performance of agricultural policy
Reviewing the performance of the CAP through indicators, evaluations, studies and reports.
The Food for Europe podcast is a European podcast series about the food we eat and the farmers who produce it, featuring interviews with key players in EU agricultural policy.