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Summaries of EU Legislation on Agriculture.
Maximum pesticide limits for food products for human consumption and animal feedingstuffs by Ina Dimireva — last modified 07 January 2010, 17:02 CET
All foodstuffs intended for human or animal consumption in the EU are subject to a maximum residue level (MRL) of pesticides in their composition in order to protect animal and human health. The Regulation brings together and harmonises in one text the limits that apply to different human or animal food products and, in addition, it establishes a maximum limit applicable by default.
Plan protection products: prohibited products by Ina Dimireva — last modified 07 January 2010, 17:02 CET
The European Union regulates the placing on the market and use of plant protection products and lists the prohibited active substances.
Markets for agricultural products: Bananas by Ina Dimireva — last modified 16 December 2009, 15:55 CET
The European Union's common organisation of the market in bananas allows the EU market to receive satisfactory supplies of quality bananas at fair prices for producers and consumers and ensure a balance between the various sources of supply.
Sixth Environment Action Programme by Ina Dimireva — last modified 16 December 2009, 00:10 CET
The EU defines the priorities and objectives of European environment policy up to 2010 and beyond and describes the measures to be taken to help implement its sustainable development strategy.
Green Paper on Agricultural Product Quality by Ina Dimireva — last modified 03 December 2009, 16:16 CET
The aim of this consultation is to ensure a strategic and regulatory framework for the protection of agricultural products and to promote their quality. In this respect, the European Commission intends to open a wide discussion on the existing instruments, on how they could be improved and on new initiatives which could be considered. Three areas are being reviewed: farming requirements and marketing standards, existing quality schemes and certification schemes.
Common Organisation of Agricultural Markets by Ina Dimireva — last modified 22 December 2009, 13:06 CET
The common organisation of agricultural markets in the European Union provides a single legal framework governing the domestic market, trade with third countries and rules regarding competition.