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Continuity for the foodsector under Keir Starmer

The new left-wing government in the United Kingdom mainly offers continuity to the agri-food sector. However, some things will change. For example, the new Prime Minister Keir Starmer plans to re-endorse the veterinary guidelines of the EU. Labour talks a lot about its own agricultural sector, although its migration policy has been disappointing for the agri-food sector. Additionally, the new Prime Minister aims to focus on advertising regulations but is moving away from higher taxes on food.
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News Insights

Lower sugar price sour for Südzucker results

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News Meat

Van Rooi Meat keeps profit fairly stable


Analysis Energy

Higher demand forecast interrupts oil price decline

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News Insights

‘Cooperatives hold key to greening agriculture’

For the individual farmer, reducing greenhouse gas emissions is a huge challenge. If the European Union wants to achieve the goal of being climate neutral by 2050, we cannot ignore the agri-food complex according to Rabobank. Cooperatives can play a key role in greening the entire agricultural chain, the bank says.
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Affordable vacation in Sweden and Norway


News Dairy

Ausnutria fully acquires Amalthea

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News Dairy

A-ware expands further with acquisition in Belgium