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    Sugar - Agriculture and rural development

    11 Feb 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Sugar Sugar Sugar The European Union is the world's biggest producer of beet sugar and the principal importer of raw cane sugar for refining. The EU sugar market is regulated by production quotas, a minimum beet price and trade mechanisms. The EU is the world’s leading producer of beet sugar, with around 50% of the total. However, beet sugar represents
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    Honey - Agriculture and rural development

    11 Feb 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Honey Honey Honey The European Union is the world's second honey producer, and plays an important part in the trade of apiculture products. [92 KB]   Beekeeping is practiced in all EU Member States without exception, being characterised by the diversity of production conditions, yields and beekeeping practices.    The EU supports this sector through national
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    Fruit and vegetable regime - Agriculture and rural development

    22 Apr 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Fruit and vegetables Fruit and vegetables Fruit and vegetable regime The EU actively supports the fruit and vegetable sector though its market-management scheme (element of the "common organisation of agricultural markets"), which has 4 broad goals : a more competitive and market-oriented sector fewer crisis-related fluctuations in producers' income greater
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    Milk and milk products - Agriculture and rural development

    13 Jun 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Milk and milk products Milk and milk products Milk and milk products Milk is produced in every single EU Member State without exception. Furthermore, milk is the EU number one single product sector in terms of value at approximately 15 %  of agricultural output. The EU is a major player in the world dairy market as the leading exporter of many dairy products,
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    Olive oil - Agriculture and rural development

    08 Dec 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Olive oil Olive oil Olive oil The European Union is the leading producer and consumer of olive oil, producing 73 % and consuming 66 % of the world's olive oil.   An "action plan" for the olive oil sector At the Agriculture Council meeting on 18 June 2012, Commissioner Cioloş presented an action plan on the olive oil sector. The action plan is developed
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    Cereals, oilseeds and protein crops, rice - Agriculture and rur...

    10 Oct 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Cereals, oilseeds and protein crops, rice Cereals, oilseeds and protein crops, rice Cereals, oilseeds and protein crops, rice The European Union is one of the world's biggest cereals producers and an important cereals trader. Changes to the Common Agricultural Policy have gradually removed product-specific subsidies for cereals, oilseeds, protein crops and
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    Cotton - Agriculture and rural development

    11 Feb 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Cotton Cotton Cotton Cotton is an arable crop used mainly for its fibre. Cottonseed is crushed to produce oil for food uses and oilseed cake for animal feed. European cotton production represents only 1% of world cotton production. In the European Union, cotton is still grown in two main countries, Greece and Spain. Cotton is an arable crop used mainly for
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    Poultry meat - Agriculture and rural development

    11 Feb 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Poultry meat Poultry meat Poultry meat The European Union is one of the world's top producers in poultry meat and a net exporter of poultry products. Over the years the market organisation for poultry sector was improved to ensure the development of the sector, the quality of the products and consumers protection while harmonizing the entire market. In 2012
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    Eggs - Agriculture and rural development

    11 Feb 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Eggs Eggs Eggs The European Union is the world's second egg producer and a net exporter of eggs and egg products. Efforts to improve the market organisation for the egg sector were made since the introduction of the CAP (Common Agriculture Policy), and, in order to ensure the development of the sector, new measures to improve the quality of the products,
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    European Milk Market Observatory - Agriculture and rural develo...

    19 Dec 2014 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Milk Market Observatory Milk Market Observatory European Milk Market Observatory The aim of the Milk Market Observatory (MMO) is to provide the EU dairy sector with more transparency by means of disseminating market data and short-term analysis in a timely manner. also available via and as Latest Statistics Outlook [2 MB] [5 MB] EU historical series [370