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EC proposes new fishing transparency and monitoring rules
Fishing boat EuropeDecember 12, 2015 ET
The European Commission has proposed a new system to grant and manage fishing authorisations which will apply to all EU vessels, both inside and outside of union waters.
Small particles of sugar open new markets for Ontario sweet corn
Ontario sweet cornDecember 12, 2015 ET
Tiny sugar particles found in sweet corn could be Ontario agriculture’s latest hidden gem.
Fonterra maintains 2015-2016 forecast farmgate milk price
FonterraDecember 11, 2015 ET
Fonterra Co-operative Group maintained a forecast Farmgate Milk Price of $4.60 per kgMS.
Scientists made pigs resistant to most devastating disease
Resistant pigsDecember 11, 2015 ET
Decades of work at Kansas State University and the University of Missouri along with Genus has led to the development of pigs resistant to the most devastating disease in the swine industry.
EU is more friendly for foreign than domestic meat
Europe meatDecember 11, 2015 ET
Europe's meat trade organisation UECBV has written to EU farm commissioner Phil Hogan urging him to pursue a “dynamic trade policy” on behalf of the livestock and meat sector.
Upcycling the Oceans launched to help clean the oceans
Ocean trashDecember 11, 2015 ET
The Ecoalf Foundation project Upcycling the Oceans has been launched to help clean the oceans of debris through fishermen.
Tiny nations suffer at the hands of big fishers
TuvaluDecember 11, 2015 ET
The Parties to Nauru Agreement (PNA) says that some members and small island nations like Tuvalu stand to suffer at the hands of big fishers in the name of consensus.
UK-Faroe Islands deal agreed, fishing quotas to stay intact
CodDecember 10, 2015 ET
UK fishermen will be able to continue fishing at 2015 quota levels next year, following talks on the fisheries agreement for 2016 between the UK Government, as part of an EU delegation, and the Faroe Islands.
Cambodia government signs deal to export mangoes to South Korea
Fresh mangoesDecember 10, 2015 ET
The Cambodian Ministry of Agriculture signed a memorandum of understanding with South Korea to formalize the direct export of fresh mangoes to South Korea.
Three million euros for promotion of Polish tomatoes
TomatoesDecember 10, 2015 ET
In 2016, the campaign "Tomatoes, naturally good" will be launched by the Polish Association of Producers of Greenhouse Tomatoes and Cucumbers.
Better agricultural development for food security
Food tradeDecember 10, 2015 ET
Rules governing international trade of food and agricultural products should be crafted with an eye to improving countries' food security and other development objectives.
Defra unveils £20,000 for flood-hit farmers in UK
Defra floodDecember 10, 2015 ET
Defra ministers announced that £20,000 in support payments would be made available for farmers hit by flooding in the north-west over the weekend.
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