Over the past five years, Portuguese fruit production has improved its efficiency and evolved into a dynamic and advanced agricultural sector.
On January 1, 2021, Portugal took over the Council of the EU rotating presidency. This report provides an overview of the Presidency’s priorities for the next six months.
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EU-27+UK: Poultry and Products Semi-annual

EU-27+UK chicken meat production is expected to increase slightly again in 2020 driven by both domestic and export demand.
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Portugal: Retail Foods 2019

In 2018, U.S. exports of agriculture, fish and forest products to Portugal doubled from the previous year to $358 million.
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EU-28: Crop Update

At nearly 313.5 MMT, the total MY2019/20 EU28 grain crop is around 2 MMT higher than the previous forecast, with higher wheat, corn and barley production partially offset by a lower mixed grain....
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United Kingdom EU: EU28 Crop Update

The unprecedented heatwave in June across much of the European Union attracted attention to the outlook for the MY2019/20 EU28 grain crop.
The European Commission has published in the EU Official Journal updated legislation amending the EU Regulation on Spirits.
During its last plenary session in April 2019, the European Parliament has adopted the draft regulation to increase transparency and sustainability of risk assessment in the food chain.
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EU-28: Sugar Annual

EU sugar production in MY 2019/20 is forecast at 19.4 million MT, up from 18.2 million MT in MY 2018/19 in which an enduring summer drought took a significant toll on beet growth....
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Portugal: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

Portugal is the European Union’s (EU’s) second largest grower of genetically engineered (GE) corn and a major consumer of genetically engineered (GE) soybean meal in animal feed.
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EU-28: Poultry and Products Semi-annual

EU-28 chicken meat production is expected to increase slightly again in 2019 driven by both domestic and export demand.
On July 25, 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued its judgment that organisms created through many newer genome editing techniques are to be regulated....