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Arla Foods: Three critical areas members of the European Parliament must prioritize to secure a sustainable food system

Denmark 08.07.2024
Source: The DairyNews
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As one of Europe’s largest dairy cooperatives, Arla Foods shares its vision for a prosperous and sustainable food system in the EU and calls for a collaborative approach to deliver on the EU’s sustainability ambitions.
Arla Foods: Three critical areas members of the European Parliament must prioritize to secure a sustainable food system
The European elections of 2024 have brought a new wave of MEPs – re-electees and newcomers alike - to Brussels, eager to shape the future of the EU and its policies. As a farmer-owned cooperative with 8,000 farmer owners in seven European countries, we would ask them to actively engage with us, our farmers and the entire agricultural community to create a policy framework that supports the agri-food sector in accelerating the sustainability transition, ensures the long-term economic viability of the sector and strengthens a competitive EU both at ‘home’ and in a global market.

"Crucial decisions that will determine the fate of Europe's food sector lie ahead as the EU embarks on its next five-year program. At this critical juncture, we firmly believe that open and constructive dialogue between the public and private sectors is paramount to achieving our common targets and creating a sustainable food system for Europe and beyond", says Executive Vice President Europe and COO, Peter Giørtz-Carlsen.

At Arla, we have been working with our farmer owners for many years to produce high quality dairy products with an exceptionally strong nutritional profile while minimising our environmental footprint. We have learned a lot during his journey and based on these insights, I would like to share the three critical issues that we believe are essential for a successful transition, reported company.
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