The famous Cypriot cheese ‘Halloumi’ is set to be given the EU ‘Protected Designation of Origin’ (PDO) label later this year, with an independent control body to verify production in the northern Turkish part of the island, where the cheese is called ‘Hellim’.
The European Commission has approved four new 2014-2020 CAP rural development programmes (RDPs) – two from Spain and one from both Italy and France.
EU umbrella farm union Copa-Cogeca has sent a letter to the bloc’s Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan calling for more products to be included in the recent extension of measures to support struggling EU fruit...
The WTO General Council approved in-coming New Zealand ambassador Vangelis Vitalis as the next chair of the World Trade Organization’s agriculture negotiations on 28 July 2015, replacing, John Adank, whose term...
Ukraine's grain export from its Black Sea ports are likely to fall to 32.8 million tonnes in the 2015/16 season from a record 34.6mt a season earlier, analyst UkrAgroConsult said on Tuesday (July 28).
The European Commission has lowered its yield forecasts for all major crops at EU28 level from last month due to “suboptimal weather conditions” – with the outlook for grain maize worsening due to heat waves an...
The divisions in the Australian sugar industry are deepening now that a federal parliamentary inquiry has found the government should introduce a highly contentious code of conduct.
EU agriculture ministers are set to meet in early September for an extraordinary Agriculture Council meeting, due to the ongoing difficulties in agricultural markets across the bloc, it has emerged.
CAP Monitor is now fully revised and updated, offering a full section-by-section guide to the new CAP for 2014-2020
Syngenta’s 2015 half year results indicate sales of $7.6 billion (€6.9bn), down 10% overall from the first half of 2014, but up 3% at constant exchange rates.