Farm to Fork strategy launch delayed by at least another month
25 March 2020
The launch of the new EU food policy, the Farm to Fork strategy (F2F), will be delayed at least by another month in light of a rescheduling of the Commission’s work programme due to the coronavirus outbreak.
In its weekly ‘tentative agenda’ for forthcoming Commission meetings on Wednesday (18 March), the Commission pushed back until the 29 April the presentation of the F2F and Biodiversity strategy, both embedded in von der Leyen’s Green Deal.
The new deadline is thus almost one month later than the initial schedule. The date is also to be confirmed and may be subject to change.
Contacted by EURACTIV, a Commission spokesperson said work on the farm to fork and biodiversity strategies is ongoing and both will be presented in the coming weeks.
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