1/ How is the new Freshfel Environmental Footprint Initiative progressing? In light of upcoming EU legislation requiring environmental footprint accountability and increasing demand along the chain for product sustainability data […]
Tue 13/12/2022 by By Pierre Escodo
In light of the unprecedented soar in energy prices, Freshfel Europe is calling authorities for action to mitigate the far-reaching impact on the fruit and vegetable sector.
Tue 25/10/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
A raft of initiatives are currently underway aimed at selling the delights of fruits and vegetables to Europeans.
Tue 13/09/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
Freshfel Europe held its Annual Event 2022, mid-may, in Brussels, the Association's first physical Annual Event since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Gathering over 100 leading actors from the European and global fresh fruit and vegetable sector, the Annual Event Public Conference featured high-level speakers from the European Commission and European Parliament on how the fresh produce sector can capitalize on opportunities for growth in the continued disruptive trading environment.
Thu 19/05/2022 by Freshfel Europe
Freshfel Europe along with participating members has launched the Freshfel Environmental Footprint Initiative. Within the Association, Freshfel Europe members have been exchanging ideas on environmental footprint and life cycle assessment issues regarding both supply chain and legislative-driven sustainability demands.
Wed 11/05/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
Freshfel Europe has called for a new outlook for the fresh fruit and vegetable sector as it is exposed to unprecedented business conditions resulting from the combined effects of increased […]
Wed 16/03/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
The Belarus embargo that began on 1 January 2022 is expected to affect EU fruit and vegetable exports for longer than 6 months and will further compromise the position of […]
Thu 03/02/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
Freshfel Europe has warned the European Commission of the implications for the fresh fruit and vegetables sector of the new French plastic legislation, which will come into force on 1st […]
Tue 28/12/2021 by Richard Wilkinson
Freshfel Europe’s consumption monitor indicates that fruit and vegetable consumption in the EU has dropped to 349.19 g/capita/day, prompting Freshfel Europe to urge the sector to build on the environmental, […]
Tue 21/12/2021 by Richard Wilkinson
Belarus has responded to the latest international sanctions by implementing an embargo on food imports into the country for food products originating from the EU, as well as the UK, […]
Tue 14/12/2021 by Richard Wilkinson
As COP26 is underway in Glasgow, Freshfel Europe urges EU and global decision-makers not to underestimate the role fruit and vegetables can play in achieving a healthy planet and people. […]
Fri 05/11/2021 by Freshfel Europe
Last week, Freshfel Europe submitted its contribution to the European Commission’s public consultation on the EU agricultural promotion policy inside and outside of the EU, which is currently under review. […]
Mon 28/06/2021 by Richard Wilkinson