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FoodDrinkEurope tackles trade barriers in US

FoodDrinkEurope tackles trade barriers in US

By Rod Addy

EU trade group FoodDrinkEurope teamed up with the European Commission (EC) on a delegation to the US at the end of last week aimed at building stronger export links.

Nutraveris establishes NJ office to bridge US-EU divide

Nutraveris establishes NJ office to bridge US-EU divide

By Stephen Daniells

US companies seeking to expand into Europe should focus on the solutions and not the problems of the EU market to ensure success, says the CEO of a leading European scientific & regulatory consultancy.

BASF has announced it will halt all GM operations in Europe due to a lack of acceptance.

BASF pulls out of European GM market

By Nathan Gray

Ingredients and chemicals giant BASF has announced it will pull the plug on its European operations in genetically modified plant development due to a lack of acceptance in the market.

Cloned meat divides consumers in US and EU

Cloned meat divides consumers in US and EU

By Nathan Gray

American consumers are more accepting of cloned animal products than their European counterparts, according to new research from Kansas State University.

Sodium vs. salt: Let’s agree to disagree

Sodium vs. salt: Let’s agree to disagree

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

The United States lists sodium on nutrition labels while salt is more common in the European Union. Salt and sodium are not the same, and a standardized term would only cause confusion.

Novel foods progress may mean removing clones

By Jess Halliday

All is not well down on the novel foods farm. If food innovation in Europe is to thrive anew, MEPs and the Council need to get past the recriminations over the failed talks and remove the troublesome question of cloned foods from the negotiating table.

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