Czech Permanent Representation hosts seminar on EU Quality Schemes
30.04.2010 / 16:05
Another in a series of debates on topical EU issues takes place as work culminates on review of EU legislation on agricultural product quality policy.
Under the auspices of Ambassador Milena Vicenová, the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU hosts, on Wednesday 5 May 2010, a seminar entitled “Redesigning EU Quality Schemes - Opportunities for Agro-Food Sector“. It is another in a series of debates of the Permanent Representation on the most topical EU issues.
The aim of the seminar is to increase the interest and provide an opportunity for an exchange of views of all the actors at a time when the work of the European Commission on the EU Quality Policy review culminates. The presentations and discussions will be joined by representatives of associations of producers, processors, consumers and other players in the agro-food sector, as well as the European Commission, European Parliament and the EU Member States’ governments.
The seminar will be divided into two discussion sessions. The first will focus on designations of origin, geographical indications, traditional specialities and certification schemes. The following second session will discuss the labelling of origin and place of farming as well as of raw materials and compound products.
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