Ahead of the WTO Ministerial conference to take place on 15-18 December 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya, CIBE and CEFS would like to express their position with regards to the discussion around the EU’s proposal on export competition.
On the occasion of the start of the negotiations for the COP21 in Paris, the EUBSSP has prepared an Issue Brief to illustrate the contribution of the EU Beet Sugar sector to the reduction of GHG emissions.
The EU Beet Sugar Sustainability Partnership (EU BSSP) has announced the launch of its first joint initiative on sustainability throughout the sector.
We would like to introduce the work of the EU Beet Sugar Sustainability Partnership. Formed in 2013 as a coalition between EU beet growers (represented by CIBE), sugar producers (CEFS) and trade unions in the food and agriculture sectors (EFFAT), the Partnership exists to demonstrate sustainability throughout the beet sugar industry in the region.
The Congress hosted contributions from numerous Guests from the European Union Institutions, Research Institutes along with the latest news and insights from CIBE Members.
From the 3rd to the 6th of June 2015 CIBE Members and their guests will gather to discuss and exchange on the future of the sector in the EU and worldwide.
On the 17th of April 2015, CIBE held its annual General Assembly in Brussels chaired by CIBE President Bernhard Conzen.
The EU Sugar policy as from 1 October 2017 will be one of the most liberal among major world sugar producers:
CIBE President Bernhard Conzen and the CIBE team wish you a Happy New Year 2015!
"Beet harvesting and processing in Europe is well underway" "In most regions, the beet processing is now at the half-way stage - we are expecting a long campaign - while beet lifting is close to being finished..."