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Ardanowski: we are looking for a solution that would allow the government to influence the price level of agricultural products

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Published Feb 23, 2024

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Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, chairman of the Council for Agriculture and Rural Areas under the President of the Republic of Poland, has announced that the government is exploring ways to influence the price level of agri-food products to ensure farmers can cover production costs and earn a sufficient income. He suggested that France's price mechanism could serve as a model and highlighted the potential role of the National Food Group in the agri-food market. Amidst ongoing farmers' protests, Ardanowski called for a review of the EU Green Deal and urged Prime Minister Donald Tusk to take decisive action to change European policy.
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We are looking for a solution that would allow the government to influence the price level of agri-food products, said Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, chairman of the Council for Agriculture and Rural Areas under the President of the Republic of Poland, on Wednesday. He appealed to farmers not to be manipulated by politicians. During Wednesday's meeting with journalists, Ardanowski said that the Council discussed on Wednesday mainly on ways to ensure stabilization of the economic situation of farmers. "We are looking for a solution that would allow the government to influence the price level of agri-food products in the food chain," he said. He pointed out that one of the ideas is to introduce a mechanism of indicative prices determined on the basis of reliable calculations and analyses. He explained that the idea is that the rates that farmers receive ensure that they cover production costs and provide a level of income sufficient to support a family. Ardanowski gave the example of ...
Source: AgroPolska
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