Organic sector revamp: Lead MEP pleads with Council to return to table

The MEP tasked with leading the European Parliament negotiating team on a long-stalled revamp of EU organic sector rules has called on member states to “return to the [negotiating] table”, after talks on a Council mandate for ‘trilogue’ negotiations between the EU institutions fell apart.

It emergedearlier this week that talks amongst member states on a compromiseposition

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