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EU earmarks 7,5 million euros to help monitor pests that endanger plant healthEU earmarks 7,5 million euros to help monitor pests that endanger plant health

17 Countries will be benefiting from 7,5 million euros earmarked by the European Union today to co-finance programmes aiming to monitor pests of plants throughout 2015. This initiative will help to monitor the presence of pests in the Union, focusing on citrus and of deciduous trees, and important potato pests like the ring rot or brown rot bacteria. These surveys will provide knowledge of concrete emerging risks as regards new pests threatening EU plant health and data on the risks of specific types of imports, and monitoring of the follow-up of interceptions of pests after import.

19 Décembre 2014
EFSA publishes EU Report on Pesticide Residues in Food for 2012EFSA publishes EU Report on Pesticide Residues in Food for 2012

More than 97% of all samples analysed as part of the latest Europe-wide monitoring programme of pesticides in foods contain residue levels that fall within legal limits - with over 54% of samples free from any detectable trace of the chemicals. These findings are part of the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) 2012 annual report on pesticide residues in food. The report is based on the analysis of almost 79 000 food samples carried out by 27 EU Member States, Iceland and Norway.

12 Décembre 2014
Food: EU consumers to benefit from better labelling as of 13 December 2014 Food: EU consumers to benefit from better labelling as of 13 December 2014

As of 13 December 2014, new EU food labelling rules will ensure that consumers receive clearer, more comprehensive and accurate information on food content, to help them make informed choices about what they eat.

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11 Décembre 2014
Agreement reached on GMO CultivationAgreement reached on GMO Cultivation

The Council and Parliament agreed a compromise on the cultivation of genetically modified crops on Thursday. This provisional agreement, if confirmed, would meet Member States' consistent calls since 2009, to have the final say on whether or not GMOs can be cultivated on their territory, in order to better take into account their national context and, above all, the views of their citizens. Commissioner Andriukaitis welcomed the agreement and thanked the members of the Parliament and Council for this significant step forward

04 Décembre 2014
Health at a glance: Europe 2014Health at a glance: Europe 2014

Discover latest information on health and health systems in 35 European countries, including all European Union member states, candidate countries and EFTA countries. The selection of indicators is largely based on the European Core Health Indicators (ECHI) shortlist, developed by the European Commission and is complemented by additional OECD indicators.

03 Décembre 2014

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