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Food and Agriculture Briefing

30 Oct 2019

Farmers took to Europe’s streets last week to protest plans for higher environmental and animal welfare standards, whilst ethanol fuelled heated debate in the US.

Topic Food regulation and policy Shifts in geopolitical landscape

IEG Policy - European Food Law, IEG Policy - ...

Report: Smart Solutions for Food and Farming

18 Jun 2019

This report takes a look at some of the new ‘smart’ technologies which are impacting agricultural production and trade, with a policy and regulatory focus.

Topic Food regulation and policy

Sector Market News and Insight Market analysis, price reporting and forecasting

World sugar Rankings 2019

30 May 2019

Brazil’s focus on ethanol, the poor beet crop in the EU and the strong pace of sugar production in India and Thailand have prompted a major reshuffling in this year’s world sugar rankings. 

Topic Food regulation and policy

The Global War on Sugar

23 Jan 2019

2018 turned out to be a nightmare for sugar producers across the globe. An unprecedented rise in world sugar production by 23.6 mln tonnes year-over-year (local crop year basis) catapulted global output of the sweetener to 201.2 mln tonnes in 2017/18 – the first time ever that production exceeded the 200 mln tonne threshold. Besides heavy supplies, sluggish offtake was another concern for producers. 

Topic Commodity price volatility Food regulation and policy

Animal Pharm

Discussing the recent outbreak of African Swine Fever in Belgium

By Adam Sharpe 19 Sep 2018

In this episode, Adam Sharpe discusses the recent outbreak of African Swine Fever in Belgium with IEG Vu meat & livestock analyst Max Green and Animal Pharm Editor Joe Harvey.

Topic Food regulation and policy

Sector Market news and insight

IEG Policy - European Food Law, IEG Policy - ...

CAP Reform and Farm Bill Progress

By Adam Sharpe 18 Jul 2018

In this edition, Agribusiness Intelligence analysts discuss the potential changes to EU agriculture as a result of the European Commission’s recently published Common Agricultural Policy reform proposals, with an examination of how the key features compare with the current CAP.

Topic Food regulation and policy

Sector Market news and insight Market analysis, price reporting and forecasting

The organics sector: A $90 billion market, and growing

By Chris Horseman 14 May 2018

The organic sector is on a strong upwards growth curve, with organic food and drink sales in 2016 estimated at just under $90 billion, having achieved growth of around 10% a year since 2000. The sector is growing by around 15% per annum and the potential for further growth is enormous. Following the publication of a new report on the EU & US organics sector, IEG Policy’s Adam Sharpe speaks to the author of the report, Chris Horseman.

Topic Food regulation and policy

IEG Policy - US Food Policy

US Food Policy: Regulatory Outlook 2018

By Joan Murphy 12 Apr 2018

This year’s hot topics are likely to dominate 2018 and beyond, and include the Food Safety Modernization Act, meat inspection updates, food labeling trends and new regulations to overhaul genetically engineered crops. In this report, you’ll find wide-ranging analysis on major regulatory challenges facing the industry.

Topic Food regulation and policy

Sector Market News and Insight

IEG Policy - European Food Law, IEG Policy - ...

Is the WTO dead? Trump's trade agenda and the agri-food sector

By Adam Sharpe 03 Apr 2018

In this episode we turn our attention to trade, and in particular, the fallout from the recent imposition by the United States of tariffs of up to 25% on steel and 10% on aluminium products. China has now imposed its own retaliatory measures that include a number of US agri-food items such as pork, nuts, fruit and wine - with the threat of more to come. Are we on the verge of a trade war that could have an adverse impact on global trade of food and drink products? What about the commentators who are claiming that such actions by the US mean the World Trade Organization is now irrelevant and on its deathbed? Adam Sharpe speaks to policy experts on both sides of the Atlantic, Peter Ungphakorn and Roger Bernard to find out more.

Topic Food regulation and policy

Sector Market news and insight Market analysis, price reporting and forecasting