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Freshfel calls on EC for more financial support for marketing

Freshfel calls on EC for more financial support for marketing

Published on Nov 10th, 2020
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Freshfel Europe has pressed the European Commission to maintain a €200m promotional budget in its 2021 Annual Work Programme (AWP) and double the amount set aside for the fruit and vegetable sector to €16 million to promote European consumption.

AREFLH and Freshfel Europe examine key challenges facing European fresh fruit and vegetable sector 

Europe readies itself for future food crises

Europe readies itself for future food crises

Published on Sep 08th, 2020
Philippe Binard, Freshfel Europe’s general delegate

 

Over 200 representatives of Europe’s food industry and the public sector gathered for the ESSA (European Sprouted Seeds Association) and Freshfel Europe’s Food Crisis Management Event this week to study previous crises and prepare to respond to future hypothetical scenarios through closer cooperation. 

ESSA and Freshfel Europe’s Food Crisis Management Event

Freshfel demands concrete solutions

Freshfel demands concrete solutions

Published on Mar 31st, 2020

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Association calls on agri-ministers to firm-up EU-wide solutions on free movement of goods and critical workers. As the effects of the Covid-19 outbreak continue to unfold across Europe, Freshfel Europe has said that it welcomed the discussions of yesterday’s Informal Agriculture and Fisheries Council on free movement of goods and critical workers.

Freshfel Europe calls for a fresh fruit and vegetable-in-all-policies approach

Freshfel Europe calls for a fresh fruit and vegetable-in-all-policies approach

Published on Dec 10th, 2019

On the 2nd of December, Freshfel Europe called for a fresh fruit and vegetables-in-all-policies approach in its presentation of its 2019-2024 priorities paper for the EU institutions ‘Fresh Fruit & Vegetables for Europe’s Future’ in the European Parliament. Freshfel Europe asked policy makers to help stimulate a higher level of fresh fruit and vegetable consumption as part of an integral shift to a low environmental impact plant-based diet to protect the planet and citizens’ health.

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