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

EU Agri-Ministers Discuss Food Origin, Animal Welfare & Food Security
EU Agri-Ministers Discuss Food Origin, Animal Welfare & Food Security

Germany’s EU Presidency agenda on agriculture was launched with a two-day informal...

EU Parliament Rocks the Food World
EU Parliament Rocks the Food World

The Institutions Voted to Ban Titanium Dioxide as a Food Additive, Thus Stalling the Expected...

Food Safety & COVID-19
Food Safety & COVID-19

The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the EU Commission’s Directorate-General for Health...

Latest Food Policy stories

One Year into the Pandemic - Consumer Co-operatives' Stocktaking
One Year into the Pandemic - Consumer Co-operatives' Stocktaking

Despite the health emergency and economic crisis, consumer co-operatives contributed and adapted...

Finnish Food Education Model Spreads Across Europe
Finnish Food Education Model Spreads Across Europe

School pupils are taught everyday food skills and smart consumerism in new, inspiring ways....

World Food Day 2020: Consumer Co-ops Accelerating the Post-Pandemic Recovery
World Food Day 2020: Consumer Co-ops Accelerating the Post-Pandemic Recovery

Today, 16 th October, marks a special day across the globe as we celebrate World Food Day....

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