Raising the ambition of global aspects of the EU Farm to Fork strategy – Civil Society recommendations

Published: 29 September 2020
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While the proposed EU Farm to Fork strategy goes in the right direction by addressing some of the urgent challenges in global and European agriculture and food systems, it remains driven by an approach aimed at making European agribusiness competitive on global markets.

This contradicts the intention to reduce Europe’s climate footprint and is at odds with growing initiatives and demand for healthy and diversified food accessible through shorter supply chains.

Civil society, including the EEB, call on the EU to strengthen its approach towards global issues as the strategy is discussed and approved by the European Parliament and the Council, as well as in the subsequent implementation of the strategy.

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