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

European Court of Auditors Report: Control System for Organic Products
European Court of Auditors Report: Control System for Organic Products

Euro Coop participates in the launch on 14.03.2019 of the EU auditors’ report:...

Common EU Food Policy: Euro Coop Contributions
Common EU Food Policy: Euro Coop Contributions

During the last two years, Euro Coop has closely followed and directly contributed to the work...

Consumer Co-operatives & Short Supply Chains
Consumer Co-operatives & Short Supply Chains

During the past 15 years, European  consumers’ desire to buy local foods, to know the...

Latest Food Policy stories

CCU Opens “Sweetest” Store Yet
CCU Opens “Sweetest” Store Yet

Choco Coop – a real chocolate fantasyland – opened its doors to Sofia’s...

Obesity Report: Latest Edition
Obesity Report: Latest Edition

Download the Report here .  The number of people  overweight or obese is...

Members' Best Practices in Tackling Food Waste
Members' Best Practices in Tackling Food Waste

Euro Coop members have since long engaged in the fight against food waste . Being ...

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