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European Patent Office revokes Monsanto patent on melons
The European Patent Office (EPO) has revoked a patent held by Monsanto on melons (EP1962578) for technical reasons.
MUP court ruling a sad day for the internal market
spiritsEUROPE regrets the UK Supreme Court ruling on MUP, which will distort competition by preventing efficient low-cost producers of alcoholic drinks in ...
Spirits sector comments on Parliament Resolution on EU alcohol strategy
spiritsEUROPE noted the adoption of the European Parliament Resolution on the Future EU Alcohol Strategy. In particular, the Parliament’s focus on tackling ...
McDonald's wins Mac trade mark dispute at EU Court
The EU Court ruled Monday that the repute of McDonald’s trade marks makes it possible to prevent registration of trade marks which combine the prefix 'Mac' or ...
Trade and Imports of Animal Products - personal consignments
Personal consignments containing meat, milk or their products and brought into the EU continue to present a real threat to animal health throughout the EU. ...
Plant health: Harmful organisms
The aim of the Community plant health regime is to prevent the introduction into the community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products or their spread ...
Special Report No 15/2012: Management of conflict of interest in selected EU Agencies - ECA Special report No 15/2012
Conflict of interest situations can occur almost in any workplace at any time. If they are not handled correctly they can negatively affect the decision-making ...
This database can serve as a tool to inform about the food additives approved for use in food in the EU and their conditions of use. It is based on the Union ...
Food Additives - guide
The use of additives in food will soon become safer and more transparent thanks to two pieces of legislation adopted by the European Commission.
Avian Influenza in The Netherlands and the UK
The European Commission adopted on 17 November two emergency safeguard Decisions addressed to The Netherlands and the UK that define the areas that have been ...
Industry studies behind EU food safety assessments must be public, EU Parliament
The European Parliament voted today to introduce new transparency rules for EU food safety assessments, as part of the EU's 'general food law'.
Ritual slaughter can only take place in approved abattoirs: EU Court
The European Court of Justice confirmed Tuesday that ritual slaughter without stunning may take place only in an approved slaughterhouse, in a case referred by ...
Hearing patent on beer
At a public hearing in Munich on 2 October, the European Patent Office (EPO) reduced the scope of patent EP 2384110 granted to Carlsberg and Heineken to plants ...
Trans fats
MEPs voted on 26 October on a resolution calling for limits on trans fats. These industrial artificially produced fats can be found in anything from fast food ...
Trans fatty acids in Europe: where do we stand?
Trans fatty acids (TFA) are a particular type of unsaturated fatty acid. They are naturally present in food products made from ruminant animals such as dairy ...
Genetically engineered soybeans in EU Court of Justice: David and Goliath
Monsanto, the British Government, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the EU Commission are joining forces in EU Court proceedings to prevent risky ...
New EU organic logo comes into force on 1 July
New EU rules on organic food labelling including the requirement to display the new EU organic logo, enter into force on 1 July, 2010. The so-called ...
Process contaminants in vegetable oils and foods: EFSA report
Glycerol-based process contaminants found in palm oil, but also in other vegetable oils, margarines and some processed foods, raise potential health concerns ...
Evaluation of the European Union's GMO legislation - guide
Two independent reports evaluating the European Union's legislation on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) conclude that there is broad support for the ...
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Agreement reached on the new Spirit Drinks Regulation: a glass half full
EU spirits producers welcome the political agreement reached last night at the trilogue on a new Spirit Drinks Regulation, which sets rules for the production ...
Food labels: clearer information for consumers - guide
Food shoppers will be able to make better informed, healthier choices as the result of new EU food labelling rules approved by MEPs on 6 July. Labels will have ...
Unfair trading practices in the food supply chain
The European Commission adopted on 15 July a Communication encouraging EU Member States to look for ways to improve protection of small food producers and ...
EU guaranteed quality - Talk about tasty! : geographical indication marks help you rediscover authentic food
The European Union protects European food heritage by highlighting its diversity and emphasising the qualities associated with the origin of its products.
EU to serve genetically engineered animals for dinner?
European Food Safety Agency EFSA prepares first Guidance for risk assessment for food from genetically engineered animals
EU agri-food trade balance hits record levels
The EU agri-food trade balance stood at a record EUR 1.5 bn in April 2016, compared to EUR 1 bn in April 2015, the European Commission announced Monday in its ...
EU proposal on transparency and sustainability of the EU risk assessment model in the food chain
The European Parliament and the EU Council reached a provisional agreement on 11 February on a Commission proposal for a Regulation on the transparency and ...
New agricultural and agri-food product promotion policy
The European Commission has presented a draft reform of the information and promotion policy for European agricultural and food products. The new promotion ...
Growing opposition to patents on seeds
As a new report published today by No Patents on Seeds! shows, the European Patent Office (EPO) continues to grant patents on plants derived from conventional ...
Good Food March heads for Brussels as global food crisis deepens
Cyclists arrive in Strasbourg today for the start of the final leg of the Good Food March's journey to Brussels to call for a radical change of direction in ...
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