The Commission published today the school scheme budget allocations per EU country for the 2020/21 school year.
Commission launches call for tenders for study on adaptation of the sugar supply chain after the end of sugar quotas
With the aim of improving the market resilience of the sugar sector, the Commission opened a call for tender for a study on adaptation strategies.
Coronavirus: seasonal workers included in new guidelines to ensure free movement of critical workers
The Commission publishes new guidelines to ensure the free movement of critical workers during the COVID-19 crisis, including seasonal workers.
Exports and imports increase over the course of 2019, contributing to a record trade surplus for EU agri-food trade.
CAP increases ambition of Member States on the protection of biodiversity, and raises awareness on water issues
The Commission publishes two studies on the CAP instruments’ impact on water and on biodiversity.
Commissioner Wojciechowski assures Commission support to our farmers and agri-food sector in these challenging times.
With the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and overall difficult times faced by the EU, the Commission offers more flexibility to farmers.
Part of a commitment to improve the CAP, new dashboards are now available. They illustrate the CAP’s performance based on a broad range of indicators.
The private storage aid scheme for olive oil concludes today on a positive note, with the results from the fourth and final tender.
An €80 million Horizon 2020 programme aimed at creating an integrated framework for research on agricultural soil has been officially launched this week