5 - Intensive farming, French court ruling and sugar tax

Episode 5 February 13, 2020 00:06:40
5 - Intensive farming, French court ruling and sugar tax
Agrifood Brief
5 - Intensive farming, French court ruling and sugar tax
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This week: Agriculture Commissioner says that intensive farming should be addressed in the Green deal, which has proved contentious, a French court has ordered the government to apply stricter regulations on new plant breeding techniques and a UK sugar tax has resulted in drinks manufacturers lowering the sugar content in drinks 

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