18 - Organic regulation postponement, F2F confirmed, agritourism struggles

Episode 18 May 07, 2020 00:19:53
18 - Organic regulation postponement, F2F confirmed, agritourism struggles
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18 - Organic regulation postponement, F2F confirmed, agritourism struggles
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Show Notes

Backed by the organic food sector, EU lawmakers are pushing the European Commission to delay the coming into force of the reformed organic regulation; after being delayed twice, the European Commission is ready to unveil on 20 May its much-awaited food policy, the Farm to Fork Strategy; and EURACTIV takes a look at how the agritourism sector is struggling during the COVID-19 crisis. This week featuring Matteo Metta from ARC2020, who explains the findings from a recent analysis on the transparency and stakeholder inclusivity of the design process of national Common Agricultural Policy plans. 

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