FratiniVergano’s latest issue of Trade Perspectives© is published
- As part of its Farm to Fork Strategy, the EU is working towards a harmonised animal welfare label
- The growth of electronic commerce in ASEAN and regional efforts to regulate the e-commerce market
- The European Commission incorporates botanical species containing hydroxyanthracene derivatives (HADs) in the EU list of ‘forbidden foods’: An uncertain future of aloe extracts and other botanicals in food supplements
- Recently Adopted EU Legislation
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