ENSA contribution consultation Organic Action Plan

There is a consensus among the scientific community on the needs to rebalance our current dietary patterns to consume less animal protein…

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Denominations of plant-based food and drink products: European Parliament sends mixed message ahead of trilogue negotiations on CAP Reform

The European Plant-based Foods Association (ENSA) is puzzled by the outcome of today’s vote on the Common Market Organisation (CMO)…

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Joint letter to MEPs – Aligning CMO with Farm to Fork

The European Plant-based Foods Association (ENSA), together with other 40 stakeholders, call on Members of the European Parliament to…

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ENSA reactive statement – Farm to Fork Strategy

The European Plant-based Foods Association (ENSA) warmly welcomes the publication of the Commission’s Farm to Fork and Biodiversity…

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ENSA’s perspective on the European Commission’s Farm to Fork Strategy

The European Plant-based Foods Association (ENSA) strongly supports the objectives of the European Commission’s Farm to Fork strategy to…

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ENSA statement – labelling of plant-based alternatives to meat

ENSA, the European Plant-Based Foods Association, represents the manufacturers of vegetarian and vegan alternatives to dairy and meat…

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ENSA’s Sugars Reduction Commitment for 2020

The growing threat of obesity and associated diseases In February 2016 a Roadmap on Food Product Improvement was adopted by 22 EU Member…

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ENSA position on WHO guidelines on free sugars intake

On 4 March 2015, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has published a new report entitled ‘Guideline: sugars intake for adult and children’,…

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ENSA position on FAO report on the evaluation of dietary protein quality

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has just published a new report entitled ‘Research approaches and methods…

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ENSA position on the Finnish Tax on Sweets

Late September 2014, the Finnish Government announced that it will not be putting to action the raise of the tax on sweets for 2015 agreed…

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