Following a difficult year for the wine sector due to the Covid-19 crisis and US tariffs, the Commission extends support for the wine sector.
The EU agri-food trade surplus stood at almost €50 billion during the first ten months of 2020, thanks to small but steady growths in exports and imports.
Part of the CAP reform, eco-schemes aim to encourage the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices
The European Commission published an evaluation on the impact of the EU agricultural promotion policy in internal and third countries markets.
EU agricultural outlook 2020-30: agri-food sector shown resilience, still Covid-19 recovery to have long-term impacts
Over the next ten years, digitisation and sustainability objectives will be key drivers for agricultural markets.
EU production growth is expected to be limited over the next decade. However digitisation will play a crucial role in the development of the sector.
EU agri-food exports and imports continued to grow during the first eight months of 2020, contributing to a strong surplus in the balance of trade.
The agricultural crisis reserve was not used in 2020, enabling the reimbursement to farmers.
The balance sheets give an overview of production, trade and use for each sector.
GIview provides data on all GIs registered in the EU, including non-EU GIs protected through bilateral and multilateral agreements.