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09 Nov
PRESS RELEASE - EUROPEAN SUGAR BEET GROWERS WARN THAT THEIR PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES ARE UNDER THREAT

 

At their annual Technical and Reception Control Committee today in Chantilly, France, European beet growers discussed various issues related to growing, harvesting and delivering beet to the sugar factory. Fundamental changes are at work with the end of quotas and with the possibilities of using of plant protection products that deeply impact the way farmers grow and deliver their beet.

08 Nov
CIBE IS HOLDING ON 9-10 NOVEMBER 2017 ITS ANNUAL TECHNICAL & RECEPTION CONTROL COMMITTEE IN CHANTILLY, FRANCE

 

 

European beet growers including Swiss beet growers will discuss various issues and new developments related to growing, harvesting and delivering beet to the sugar factory. They will also visit the Tereos sugar factory in Chevrières, Oise (France).

06 Nov
CIBE POSITION: EU AGRI COUNCIL TO DISCUSS TRADE-RELATED ISSUES

 

Agriculture Council 6th November 2017 and trade-related agricultural issues. Read our position.

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Agriculture & Progress

 

CIBE is part of Agriculture & Progress, a platform for sustainable crop production and plant protection techniques.

 

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AgroCycle

 

CIBE takes part in the AgroCycle project, a Sino-EU collaborative research venture, funded by the European Commission under its Horizon 2020 programme to create a protocol for the implementation of the 'circular economy' across the agri-food sector.

 

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SUGAR BEET AND SUSTAINABILITY

 

SUGAR BEET & GOOD PRACTICES

 

 

In October 2013, the  European Beet Growers  (CIBE), sugar producers  (CEFS)  and trade unions  of the  food and  agriculture  sector  (EFFAT)  have  formalised  a  landmark  agreement  to  jointly  highlight and report on  representative  Good Practices of  sustainable production of beet sugar in the EU.

 

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