Agriculture and rural development

A dynamic promotion policy oriented towards the needs of the sector on European and world markets

A dynamic promotion policy oriented towards the needs of the sector on European and world markets

Promotional measures
A dynamic promotion policy oriented towards the needs of the sector on European and world markets

The Commission has developed a promotion policy since many years. Determined to maintain the conditions of competitiveness for years to come and thus meet the needs of the sector in the European and global markets, the Commission opted for a revision of this framework in a phased approach.

The new regulation was formally adopted on 22 October 2014 and published on 4 November 2014. It started applying on 1 December 2015.

 

2015

1 December:   Regulation (EU) No 1144/2014 starts applying.

13 October:   Publication of the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/1829 and of the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/1831 

13 October:   Adoption of the annual work programme for 2016 establishing the priorities in accordance with Article 8 of Regulation (EU) n° 1144/2014

 

2014

4 November:  publication of Regulation (EU) n° 1144/2014

22 October:  signature by the Council and the European Parliament

16 September:  following legal-linguistic finalisation, a corrigendum to the EP's position was adopted. 

July legal/linguistic finalisation of the text by the Council and the EP

30 April:   adoption of the opinion of the Economic and Social Committee

15 April:   adoption of the EP's position at 1st reading

02 April:   adoption of the opinion of the Committee of the Regions

 

2013

21 November:  presentation of the legislative proposals

 

2012

30 March:  adoption of the communication on promotion of agricultural products

30 January:  publication of the external evaluation study on the functioning of the horizontal scheme for promotion of agricultural products

 

2011

29 November:  conference on promotion policy organised in Warsaw by the Polish presidency and presentation of the conclusions of the green paper consultation

7 October:  end of the green paper public consultation (173 contributions received)

14 July:  adoption of the green paper on promotion of agricultural products and launch of the public consultation