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European wineries call for a market-oriented CAP ahead of the upcoming European elections

Published May 22, 2024

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European winemakers, through the European Committee of Wine Companies (CEEV), have released a manifesto with six strategic priorities to tackle sector challenges. These priorities include advocating for a market-oriented Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), balancing tradition with legislative innovation, supporting climate resilience and sustainable production, strengthening the EU single market, maintaining an ambitious trade strategy, and promoting a science-based health policy that differentiates moderate wine consumption from alcohol abuse. The manifesto aims to boost the sector's resilience, innovation, and sustainable growth.
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This Tuesday, European winemakers published a manifesto in which they describe the "complex" situation they are going through and identify six solutions to apply after the next European elections, among which they include the request for a market-oriented Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The European Committee of Wine Companies (CEEV), which brings together European wineries and which includes the Spanish Wine Federation (FEV), has emphasized in a statement that these six "strategic priorities" are "intended to promote resilience , innovation and sustainable growth" of the sector. The CEEV has highlighted that the sector contributes to the European Union (EU) 3 million direct jobs, a positive fiscal impact of 52,000 million euros and a market value greater than 100,000 million. But he has warned that climate, regulatory and social challenges "pose significant barriers to the sustainability and competitiveness of the sector and put it at risk", and that from there arises the need ...
Source: Agrodiario
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