Slow Food address EU Commissioner over meat promotion

10 November 2016

Following the recent declarations of Phil Hogan, European Agriculture Commissioner, announcing his plan to allocate 15 million dollars a year to promote meat consumption in Europe, plus another 4 million starting next year to open new markets for European beef abroad, Slow Food has decided to take the lead of a broader coalition of organizations of the civil society, which has sent a letter to the EU Commissioner today underlining why and how his plan needs to be changed.

Read the full article on The Italian Insider.