Euro Coop

Food Policy

Consumer co-operatives believe that food policy must be based on the principles of safety, quality, affordability, sustainability and of a meaningful and truthful information to consumers. Against this background, Euro Coop follows a wide range of subjects, playing a key role in many food-related debates. Highlights of this portfolio include the relationships with the European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA) as well as health, nutrition, quality and food safety related issues. 

Latest Food Policy news

Regulatory Framework of Food Contact: Time for Change?
Regulatory Framework of Food Contact: Time for Change?

The the Joint Research Centre ( JRC ) has recently published a  report  which mapped...

Euro Coop Position Paper on Animal Welfare
Euro Coop Position Paper on Animal Welfare

Consumers are showing a growing interest in the conditions in which animals are reared, in the...

EuroCoop Position on New EU Rules Governing Food Waste as Part of the Circular Economy Package
EuroCoop Position on New EU Rules Governing Food Waste as Part of the Circular Economy Package

On 24th January, MEPs from the  Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee ...

Latest Food Policy stories

Consumer Co-ops stand up for EU farmers
Consumer Co-ops stand up for EU farmers

Coop Italy, Sweden and Estonia are taking concrete steps to support their national dairy...

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