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    09_2010_en

    07 Dec 2010 -
    to stabilising the market and producers' incomes, reducing price volatility and enhancing market transparency – legislative proposals are scheduled by the end of the year on the aspects of contractual relations, bargaining power of producers and inter-branch organisations. Issues relating to marketing standards and the possible labelling of the place of farming will be examined under the Quality policy
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    hlgmeeting150610_en

    26 Jul 2010 -
    improvements at a later stage, however the level of the intervention safety net was considered to be appropriate. The text was adopted without changes. HLG Recommendation on marketing standards and origin labelling Concerning place of farming-labelling, following a discussion on the term "basic primary dairy products" the group agreed not to change the wording, noting that at this stage it was too early
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    eda_bl3_4_en

    13 Jul 2010 -
    the questions we received from national delegations and from you following our presentation to the HLEG on the 16 March. MANDATORY ORIGIN LABELLING We were asked to explain what further aspects should be taken into consideration about place-of-farming labelling. The added question concerned the possibility of a uniform EU label. The answer is that we appreciate that the Commission has indicated in the
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    06_2010_en

    01 Jul 2010 -
    work done. Commissioner Ciolos intends to table legislative proposals by the end of the year on the aspects of contractual relations, bargaining power of producers and inter-branch organisations. Issues relating to marketing standards and the possible labelling of the place of farming will be part of the Quality policy package. Questions relating to possible changes to market measures, innovation and
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    EN

    16 Jun 2010 -
    EC/non-EC as an alternative for blends Organic farming – ‘EU(and or Member State) Agriculture’, where the agricultural raw material has been farmed in the EU, – ‘non-EU (and or third Country) Agriculture’, where the agricultural raw material has been farmed in third countries, – ‘EU/non-EU Agriculture’, where part farmed in the Community and a part farmed in a third country. * Country
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    Microsoft PowerPoint - HLGM_23.2.10_Pres_Rapporteurs

    14 Jun 2010 -
    nat. legislation similar/ equivalent to EU legislation 2) nat. legislation differs significantly 3) no specific nat. derogation for milk sector www.bundeskartellamt.de 14.06.2010 6 1) Similar/ equivalent to EU Legislation: → particular exemptions, Art. 176 (1) Single CMO Reg. (~ Reg. 1184/2006) for agreements, decisions and practices if: § necessary for attainment of Art. 39 TFEU § farmers, farmers
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    CompFINALWORKINGPAPER-16-02

    14 Jun 2010 -
    (i) production and market reporting; (ii) stricter production rules than those laid down in Community or national rules; (iii) drawing up of standard contracts which are compatible with Community rules; (iv) rules on marketing; (v) rules on protecting the environment; (vi) measures to promote and exploit the potential of products; (vii) measures to protect organic farming as well as designations of
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    CompFINALBROCHUREQandA-16-02

    14 Jun 2010 -
    order to ensure that effective competition is maintained among competing cooperatives, EU competition rules might intervene with a view to restoring farmers' freedom to switch from one organisation to another and/or to sell part of their production through competing channels. 10. Can dairy farmers also cooperate with other actors in the milk chain, such as, for example, with processors and wholesalers?
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    Microsoft PowerPoint - Food supply chain Communication-revpb

    14 Jun 2010 -
    200907 Consumer price "milk, cheese, eggs" SMP Butter Cheese (Edam) Consumer dairy prices have failed to fully reflect the recent sharp decline in dairy commodity prices … … with major differences across Member States Germany France United Kingdom Denmark Austria Slovenia Czech Republic Lithuania Farm gate price -13% -4% 18% -13% 0% -8% -18% -22% Retail prices Fresh whole milk -1% 63% 5% 2% 44% 12
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    Microsoft PowerPoint - Brussels 2 feb meeting

    14 Jun 2010 -
    Markets & Risk • Marketing & Risk Management • Commodity Futures – Challenges & Opportunities – Risk Management Behavior • Adoption by farmers • Market Risks: Opportunity or Threat? – Farmer = Producer? – The role of “third” parties – Road map • Developing agricultural futures contracts (Dairy) Agricultural Markets Agricultural Markets Agricultural Markets • More volatile – cv