Despite the leading efforts of the EU and other Members to find compromises towards an agreement, the WTO could not agree on advancing agriculture reform at the 13th Ministerial Conference (MC13) which ended Friday in Abu Dhabi.
The Commission, EU countries and associated countries jointly fund two research and innovation partnerships to advance sustainable farming and food systems.
Fighting against unfair trading practices: European Commission gathers views from farmers and operators in the food supply chain
The European Commission is conducting a survey amongst the farmers and suppliers to gather feedback on unfair trading practices in the food supply chain.
The latest monthly agri-food trade report shows developments in imports and exports of EU agri-food products in November 2023.
Today, the European Commission sent a paper to the Belgian Presidency outlining first possible actions to help reduce the administrative burden weighing on farmers' shoulders.
The European Commission officially adopted a regulation which grants a partial exemption for European farmers from the conditionality rule on land lying fallow.
Today, the Commission launched a new interactive guide mapping all funding opportunities available at EU level for rural areas.
Today, the European Commission proposes to allow EU farmers to avail of derogations for the year 2024 from Common Agricultural Policy rules obliging them to keep certain areas non-productive.
Commission welcomes political agreement on clearer labelling and improved composition of honey, fruit juices, jams and milk
The European Commission welcomes the political agreement reached today by the European Parliament and Council to review and strengthen the existing marketing standards applicable to a honey, fruit juices, jams and milk.
The Commission has today proposed to renew the suspension of import duties and quotas on Ukrainian exports to the EU for another year, while reinforcing protection for sensitive EU agricultural products.