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The egg sector warns: If the EU does not take its foot off the accelerator, the field will seize up

Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Mar 4, 2024

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Enrique Díaz, director of Inprovo, highlights the challenges faced by the egg industry due to stringent EU food production regulations, which have led to significant cost increases. Despite this, the Spanish egg industry had a successful year in 2023, with increased domestic consumption and minimal avian flu incidence. The sector is now preparing for the implementation of new EU legislation on egg marketing, which includes minor changes from the previous standard and gives Member States freedom on various regulatory aspects, such as the marking of eggs on farms.
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Interview with the director of the interprofessional association of eggs and their products (Inprovo), Enrique Díaz, who reviews the current situation in his sector and the rest of the primary sector at a time marked by protests. The egg producing and industrial sector believes that yes The European Union does not take its foot off the accelerator a little with its regulations, the countryside is "going to flu." In an interview with Efeagro, the director of the interprofessional egg and its products association (Inprovo), Enrique Díaz, reviews the current situation in his sector and the rest of the primary sector at a time marked by the protests of thousands of farmers in the European Union, calling for more flexibility in European agricultural policies or fairer trade agreements. For Díaz, the EU, through pacts such as the "Green Deal" or the "Farm to Fork" strategy, develops "very demanding" regulations regarding food production that entails an "increased cost" of food. costs ...
Source: PEefeagro
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