Latest frucom circulars

  • Official Journal: ‘Salacgrīvas nēģi’ (PGI) – preserved river lamprey granted protected geographical indication
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  • EU Council approves corporate sustainability reporting directive
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  • Meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council (Trade) focuses on WTO reform and progress on normalisation of EU-US trade relations
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  • Commission proposal on autonomous quotas 2023: no changes to frozen mushrooms and processed sweet cherries
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FRUCOM represents and defends the interests of its members towards the European institutions and other players in Brussels and elsewhere.

The team of professionals identify as early as possible in the EU decision-making process, any potential issues that might concern FRUCOM members.
Daily monitoring of EU regulatory and policy developments and regular contact with a wide range of stakeholders and other EU-based organisations lay at the heart of FRUCOM activities.

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FRUCOM full members are National Associations in EU Member States (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy,
the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom). FRUCOM also has a number of affiliated members:
companies in countries where there is no national association-member of FRUCOM and international
associations with a worldwide span (Luxembourg, Portugal, Malta, Australia, Chile, Georgia, Turkey, USA).

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