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Category: General, France, Belgium / Luxembourg / Netherlands 23.04.2015

The Milk Price Battle. How to protect regional milk producers

An opinion adopted by the Committee of the Regions asks the EU to introduce new safeguards for milk producers / France 3 documentary by St├ęphanie Vinot and Eric Taxil.

Category: Press, France 27.02.2014

Press release: Large deficit in French dairy sector

New study on milk production costs in France shows: milk prices do not cover production costs

Category: France 25.05.2011

550 farmers demonstrate in France

550 farmers came to Angers, Western France, on May 23rd, 2011 for a huge demonstration. This demonstration involved producers from all sectors and once more you could see the desperation of farmers in Europe and the anger that prevails in rural areas.

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Category: France 06.09.2010

Milk price agreement in France

French milk producers obtained, compared to 2009, a milk price increase of 10% for 2010. This increase of the milk price that producers will obtain in the third quarter of 2010 amount to 3,1 cent/litre compared to previous year. This agreement was reached after the major unions in France put pressure on the industry so that the...

Category: France, Germany 03.09.2010

German and French Ministries for Agriculture were presented with a list of 10 minimum criteria

Paris / Berlin, 02.09.2010: The European Milk Board (EMB) has presented the Franco-German working group, initiated by the Ministries for Agriculture in Germany and in France, with a list of ten minimum criteria. This list defines the conditions which contracts between milk producers and the dairy industry, have to meet. EMB...

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