Statements

Lightning quick response needed to avoid more border chaos

The EU’s agri-food chain has issued a joint statement outlining urgent measures to avoid more border chaos from January 1, after EU and UK trade negotiators announced the conclusion of their talks today. Read the joint statement here.

Joint statement: Only healthy workers can feed Europe

(Brussels, 15 December) As Covid-19 vaccinations achieve regulatory approval in the EU, European trade union federation EFFAT and food manufacturers association FoodDrinkEurope urge Member States to consider the food and drink workforce as a priority group in their vaccination plans.

Joint statement - EU & US food industries call for de-escalation

Brussels - Arlington, 9 December 2020) FoodDrinkEurope, Europe’s food and drink industry organisation, and the Consumer Brands Association, representing the U.S. consumer packaged goods industry, deeply regret that food and drink manufacturers on both sides of the Atlantic, many of which are small and medium-sized enterprises, have become collateral damage in long-standing disputes which have their origin in a completely unrelated sector.

Joint statement - EU-UK trade relations after Brexit

As the EU and UK trade negotiations seem be reaching a conclusion, Europe's farmers and agri-cooperatives, food manufacturers, traders, and agri-food sector workers have issued the following joint statement outing what will need to be done next:

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