Statements

FoodDrinkEurope submits official complaint against Italy on COOL

(Brussels, 13 December 2017) Following the recent adoption, by Italy, of decrees on mandatory country-of-origin labelling[1], as well as the country’s rules on the mandatory indication of the place of production, FoodDrinkEurope has proceeded today with the filing of an official complaint to the European Commission. As the Italian government adopted these measures without prior notification to the EU, and given that their compliance with EU law is questioned[2], FoodDrinkEurope views its complaint as the only way forward to ensure EU Single Market rules are respected.

FoodDrinkEurope–FDF statement on progression of Brexit negotiations

(Wednesday, 13 December 2017) Ahead of the upcoming European Council meeting, to be held on 14-15 December, FoodDrinkEurope and the UK Food and Drink Federation would like to welcome the progress, the momentum it creates, and the positive tone that has been achieved in the negotiations that pave the way for Brexit talks to now proceed to stage two.

FoodDrinkEurope welcomes EU-Japan Economic Partnership finalisation

(Brussels, 11 December 2017) FoodDrinkEurope welcomes the finalisation of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) announced last Friday 8th December. The EU-Japan EPA, which comes with high expectations, both in terms of tariff reductions and removal of non-tariff barriers to trade, should significantly improve the market access conditions for European food and drinks in Japan.

Joint FoodDrinkEurope – FDF statement on Brexit negotiations

(1st December 2017) In view of the meeting between President Juncker and Prime Minister May, to be held on 4 December, FoodDrinkEurope and the UK Food and Drink Federation wish to reiterate the deep concern of food and drink firms across Europe in relation to the lack of certainty in the Brexit negotiations.

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