Niveau juridique : Union européenne
Texte de la question :
« As announced in spring 2020, the Commission is to make the Farm to Fork strategy a central plank of the European Green Deal. With that in mind:
1. In addition to the consultation procedure described on the Commission’s website, where the feedback sent to the Commission is posted, is there any additional public consultation?
2. In addition to the consultation procedure described on the Commission’s website, where the feedback sent to the Commission is posted, is there any consultation with representatives of industries involved in livestock farming to produce meat, milk and dairy products, poultry products and eggs, or representatives of industries involved in growing plants for animal feed and in fisheries and aquaculture?
3. If any meetings have been held on this matter, could the Commission provide information on the dates, the subjects discussed and the participants, indicating, for each meeting, whether the Commission President, the Vice-President of the Commission responsible for the European Green Deal, the Commissioner for Agriculture or other leading figures at the Commission were present? »
Réponse de Ms Kyriakides au nom de la Commission, 8 mai 2020
« In addition to the public consultation on the Farm to Fork strategy’s roadmap that ran from 17 February 2020 to 20 March 2020, stakeholders were consulted through targeted consultation meetings such as the meeting of the Advisory Group of the Food Chain on 21 November 20191, the Civil Dialogue Group on the common agricultural policy on 7 February 20202 and a workshop in the context of the Scientific Advice Mechanism’s opinion “Towards an EU Sustainable Food System” held on 18 February 20203. As indicated in the minutes of these meetings, actors from all the food value chain were present, including representatives of the industries mentioned by the Honourable Member. The Advisory Councils dealing with fisheries, aquaculture and markets, involving representatives from these industries and other interest groups, were consulted in a meeting that took place on 16 April 2020.Consultations will continue after the publication of the strategy in the context of the elaboration of individual initiatives proposed.As part of the Commission’s commitment to transparency, Commissioners and their members of Cabinet publish information (date, entity met, subject discussed) on meetings held with organisations or self-employed individuals. This information is available on the individual webpages of each Commissioner. »
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