Commission publishes ‘policy options’ for agri-food supply chain fairness

Commission publishes ‘policy options’ for agri-food supply chain fairness

The European Commission has published a long-awaited ‘inception impact assessment’ on unfair trading practices (UTPs) in the agri-food supply chain, setting out a series of objectives and policy options aimed at improving farmers’ position in the supply chain.

The so-called Inception Impact Assessment (IIA) on an initiative to ‘Improve the Functioning of the Food Supply Chain’, released by the EU

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