Organic compromise text supported by ‘vast majority’ of governments

A compromise text that seeks to resolve the current stalemate on a revamp of EU organic sector rules has been supported by “the vast majority” of member states, despite some differences persisting, sources have said.

After extensive bilateral consultations with member states,the Maltese Presidency of the EU Council presented the compromise proposal todelegations at a Special Committee on Agriculture (SCA) meeting yesterday(February 21), which sought to find common

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