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CAAE amplía su acreditación para certificar bajo el Nuevo Reglamento 848 de producción ecológica

CAAE, como entidad de control y certificación autorizada para operar en distintas comunidades autónomas y en el ámbito internacional, ha conseguido, tras ... Read More Alimarket....

Las CC.AA. abonaron más de 4.000 M€ de ayudas directas de la PAC 2021...

El Ministerio de Agricultura, a través del Fondo Español de Garantía Agraria (FEGA), coordinó el pago por parte de las Comunidades Autónomas de más...

Planas fía el problema de los altos costes de producción a aplicar la nueva...

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El ministro de Agricultura, Luis Planas, apeló este lunes 29 de noviembre al cumplimiento de la Ley de la Cadena Alimentaria, cuya reforma se...

Francia y España impulsarán las “clásulas espejo” de reciprocidad en las negociaciones comerciales de...

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El ministro de Agricultura, Luis Planas, y el ministro francés de Agricultura, Julien Denormandie, acordaron este jueves 18 de noviembre en la ciudad de...

#SOSRural: agricultores y ganaderos retomarán en diciembre las tractoradas y manifestaciones del campo en...

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Las organizaciones profesionales agrarias, ASAJA, COAG y UPA, lanzarán un gran proceso de movilizaciones de ámbito nacional. Esta convocatoria viene fundamentada por una confluencia...

NATRUE at Eco Life Scandinavia

Exhibitor PRESS RELEASE: NATRUE at Eco Life Scandinavia  NATRUE will attend Eco Life Scandinavia, the biggest natural and organic trade event in the Nordic countries,...

Organic Trade Association Launches Search for New CEO

The Organic Trade Association (OTA) announced today the launch of a nationwide search for a new CEO and Executive Director. After more than a...

Concerns voiced as Natasha’s Law takes effect

Natasha’s Law – the new UK Food Information Amendment – came into effect on 1 October, requiring food businesses to ‘provide full ingredient lists...

Defra’s plans to ‘unlock power of GE’ questioned by organic sector

The announcement that Defra plans to overturn existing EU legislation and ‘unlock the power of gene editing’ (GE) in the UK has been met...

IFOAM Organics Europe’s 20th anniversary: Taking stock & looking ahead

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The organic movement started as a movement to change food systems from industrial and input-based to food systems that are healthy, caring and fair...

Today, the three EU institutions – European Parliament, Council of the European Union and European Commission – signed a Joint Declaration officially instating 23...

New IFOAM – Organics International World Board elected for 2021-2024

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After receiving applications from all over the world, the General Assembly on 13 September 2021 selected 10 new members to join the IFOAM –...

India To Introduce Its First Vegan Food Safety and Labelling Standards

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India is set to introduce the country’s first vegan food safety standards and labelling regulations. Having formulated its draft report, the Food Safety and...

CFI warns of Government U-turn on animal testing for cosmetic ingredients

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In a letter sent to Cruelty Free International (CFI), the Home Office has indicated that it will allow animal testing for cosmetic ingredients for...

New report highlights benefits of organic farming form biodiversity

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A new report by IFOAM Organics Europe highlights the contribution and benefits of organic farming to protecting Europe’s biodiversity. The report recommends Member States...

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Plant-based dog food brand seeks vegan-curious pup (and owner)

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OMNI plant-based dog food brand has put the feelers out for a dog owner willing to become vegan for three months, along with their...