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How war is hitting Ukraine's farmers and menacing world food supplies
Nearly 25 million tonnes of grains are stuck in Ukraine and unable to leave the country.
Russia 'deliberately targeting' Ukraine's food stocks — EU Commission
The comment by Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis came as the Commission announced plans to produce more food to offset disruption caused by the war.
Skyrocketing fertiliser prices sends farmers production costs soaring
The war in Ukraine is seriously impacting the cost of fertiliser in the EU.
EU agriculture reforms clear final hurdle, but doubts still remain
On Thursday the European Council rubberstamped the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reforms legislation, which will come into force on January 1, 2023.
The view from Northern Ireland on the UK-EU post-Brexit trade dispute
Britain is threatening to suspend the Northern Ireland protocol, which is the part of the Brexit deal that keeps Northern Ireland in the EU's single market for goods.
Explained: How the EU plans to ban products linked to deforestation
The European Commission has published an initial list of targeted products, covering soy, beef, palm oil, cocoa and coffee, as well as wood.
Six months on from Brexit, has the UK really taken back control?
Boris Johnson vowed to "take back control" from the EU, but in several policy areas the UK is finding it hard to break away from Brussels.
EU reforms to common agricultural policy branded 'greenwashing'
Even European Commission Vice-President Timmermans admitted that the reforms - which took three and a half years to put into place - did not go far enough.
Fish and poultry try a new sustainable diet of larvae and insects
In Poland, larvae and insects are used as a source of protein on fish and poultry farms. Organic waste is used to grow these larvae, thus contributing to the circular economy. Bio-recycling and technology go hand in hand in this project supported by the European Cohesion Policy.
The future of food and drink: How can we build resilient food systems?
How can we ensure our favourite foods and drinks will be available far into the future without costing the Earth? Industry experts and policy-makers shared their success stories on building the food systems of tomorrow at a Euronews Green Debate.
'Historic' bout of frost decimates French winemakers' harvest
About "80 per cent to 90 per cent" of the harvest for Côtes du Rhône wine has been lost, according to professionals.
At least 200,000 ducks culled in France amid bird flu outbreak
Producers of foie gras in France are calling for state compensation as hundreds of thousands of ducks are culled to contain an outbreak of bird flu.
EU ministers agree on 'starting point' on common agricultural policy
Critics have said that the policy does not go far enough to promote environmental changes in agriculture.
Explainer: What is the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy?
The EU has long been criticised for the generous subsidies it gives to its farmers. How is the money doled out, and how might the scheme be about to change?
Invisible workers: Underpaid, exploited and at risk on Europe’s farms
Euronews sheds a light on the harsh reality seasonal and migrant workers face across Europe to bring food to our plates.
Find out why Poland's pig farmers are concerned about their livelihoods
African Swine Fever, ASF, is a disease transmitted from wild boar to farmed pigs. There's no risk to us, ASF can't infect humans, but it does cause huge economic problems and Poland is currently on the front line. Find out in Unreported Europe what is being done to stop the spread of the disease.
French farm producers suffer during the COVID-19 restrictions
Unreported Europe takes a look at three producers and how they tackle the challenges of selling their produce whilst the local markets remain closed together with a lack of season workers who normally fill the fields by now.
UK food firm charters plane to fly in Romanians to help with harvest
Coronavirus lockdowns mean food producers are struggling to find the staff to harvest fruit and vegetables.
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EU considers introduction of 'meat tax' to fight climate change
A Dutch NGO is in Brussels today trying to convince lawmakers to increase the price of beef, chicken and pork. It's a proposal that won't be to everybody's taste..
Degraded land begins to bloom thanks to European composting project
A European project is helping to bring new life to degraded land, working to transform and reinvigorate the soil with organic compost and man-made 'technosols'.
Land grab: Hungary's political elite accused of milking the system
Hungary is in the headlines again with allegations of large-scale land-grabbing by the ruling elite. Unreported Europe investigates whether leading politicians are handing out precious farmland to friends and family.
Can sticking flags in sausages boost domestic consumption?
Hungarian farmers have praised the new policy but supermarkets are sceptical.
Protests in Kyiv over allowing the sale of Ukraine's prized farmland
Once known as the breadbasket of Europe, Ukraine is now looking at opening up its fertile farmland to the market. It's helped sow the seeds of discontent among farmers and nationalists.
Ireland's farmers' fears over climate plans
With Irish farming also under pressure to reduce carbon emissions, farmers are concerned for how they can cut back while still making a profit.
French farmers in rolling tractor roadblock against 'agri-bashing'
French farmers are protesting against low incomes and government policies they say negatively affect France's agriculture.
Pesticides: a threat to public health? France's toxic debate
France plans to introduce buffer zones between crops fields and residential areas, to comply with EU rules. The debate has become toxic in many parts of the country, where tensions run high between residents worried about their health, and farmers concerned about their future.