Starch Europe Welcomes Lantmännen-Reppe and Viresol as members — PRESS [...]
At an event hosted by MEP Jim Nicholson and sponsored by Starch Europe, decision-makers and stakeholders from both side of the Atlantic discussed what it would take to establish a fair level playing field in the agri-food sector when trade of agricultural raw materials and transformed products, such as ethanol and starch, is liberalised.
Starch Europe launches manifesto to support the European Commission’s efforts to boost Europe’s economic recovery and growth
Starch Europe (formerly AAF) announced its support for the European Commission’s Communication for a European Industrial Renaissance at an event held in Brussels yesterday. The Communication which forms part of the Commission’s efforts to tackle weaknesses hampering economic growth through industry support is a priority shared by Jean-Claude Juncker who begins his term at the helm of the European Commission.
The EU starch industry to perform an environmental impacts assessment of its products and co-products: Under the pressure of the various initiatives aiming at providing end consumers with information on the environmental impacts of products, the customers of the European starch industry are increasingly interested in developing the environmental footprints of the products they manufacture or market. [...]