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1 07, 2020

EU sugar manufacturers’ contribution to Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies

By |2020-07-01T07:29:07+00:00July 1st, 2020|

On the start of the German Presidency of the European Council, CEFS publishes the EU sugar manufacturers' contribution to the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies. Click below to understand how EU Sugar Manufacturers wish to continue on their journey towards further sustainability and competitiveness. CEFS will be a partner in discussions to contribute to constructive and [...]

6 02, 2020

CEFS provides information complementing the 2019 EAT-Lancet Commission Report

By |2020-02-21T12:08:48+00:00February 6th, 2020|

In January 2019, the EAT-Lancet Commission issued a report entitled “Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems”. This report makes a number of assertions that require clarification. CEFS addresses them in a document. Please click here to view.

27 09, 2019

The EU Sugar Industry at a Glance

By |2019-09-27T11:20:28+00:00September 27th, 2019|

The EU sugar industry: supporting labour markets, generating economic value in rural areas. Check out key figures on CEFS' latest infographic "The EU Sugar Industry at a Glance". See the infographic here.

4 06, 2019

BIC and fifteen organisations set out joint Vision for Europe’s bioeconomy future – a circular bio-society

By |2019-06-04T13:54:07+00:00June 4th, 2019|

This Vision will establish a sustainable and competitive bio-based industry in the EU enabling a circular bio-society by 2050. In this circular bio-society, informed citizens choose a sustainable way of life, supporting an economy that couples economic growth with societal well-being and respect for the environment. The Vision focuses on four key drivers: Foster food [...]

5 02, 2019

CEFS position on the bioeconomy

By |2019-02-05T08:02:16+00:00February 5th, 2019|

Sugar factories are bio-refineries that convert sugar beets into a range of processed agricultural and industrial products: sugar and other sweeteners produced using sugar, bioethanol, animal feed, biochemicals, and bioplastics, to name but a few. The EU sugar sector processes all available material, meaning almost no waste. In addition, energy consumption [...]

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