The Union Européenne du Commerce du Bétail et des Métiers de la Viande (UECBV) -European Livestock and Meats Trade Union - the organization of national federations representing the livestock, live animal and beef, equine and horse traders, of sheep and pigs, and the meat industries (slaughterhouses, cutting rooms and meat preparation), has asked through a letter to the European Commission to introduce urgent measures to support the sector.
The formula is to use the European budgets for the next 7 years (2021-27) to issue perpetual debt that could mobilize that amount of investment. The funds would have to be available from January of next year and would be maintained for two or three years depending on the evolution of the economies.
Anafric want to express our support for the actions that are being carried out by the Ministry of Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación, specifically its highest representative, Mr. Luis Planas. We have learned that today he has requested "effective market" measures to face the Covid 19 crisis so that no "agriculture or rancher is left behind".
EU livestock sector ask the Commission for urgent measures to combat the effects of Covid-19 Copa and Cogeca, European agro-livestock organizations, hope that the European Commission and the Member States will seriously consider the necessary measures to safeguard these high-quality livestock sectors. The Food Magazine has prepared a report with the requests from the livestock sector to the European Commission, requests that we summarize in Anafric.
When several weeks of confinement and a break in some of the productive sectors are completed in Spain and the rest of Europe, specialized butcher, delicatessen, poultry and shellfish establishments are still open throughout Europe, to supply consumers with basic products. of your diet.
The purpose of the grants is to encourage the development of the productive, economic, environmental and social functions of agriculture, in order to foster the viability of agricultural farms and achieve sustainable rural development.
The European Commission has published on its website a roadmap with the intention that the lifting of the restriction measures be harmonized, although the member states will apply the measures they deem appropriate. The Commission's immediate priority is to combat the virus and mitigate the socio-economic consequences of the pandemic.
The beef sector in Spain has mobilized to help in these difficult weeks caused by COVID-19. This sector, made up of more than 130,000 people among ranchers, professionals in the food industry and retail, has taken a step forward to contribute its grain of sand to this pandemic that keeps Spain and the world on edge.
These are complementary measures that we believe can contribute to reducing the impact of this crisis on the sheep and goat meat sector. These measures are independent from those that may be presented by the companies and member organizations of INTEROVIC, more tailored to the needs of each and every one of its partners.
The crisis caused by the covid-19 has come to put more sticks on the wheel to a sector that, like sheep or goats, has its most important demand at certain times of the year. But if the mismanagement of those who have to coordinate and govern for all is added to the crisis due to low lamb prices, the feeling of uncertainty multiplies. This is what has happened this past week in the Basque Country.
The last Royal Decree-Law 10/2020, published on March 29, reconfirms the shearing of sheep as essential work. This activity was already contemplated in the first Royal Decree-law, published on March 14, which declared a state of alarm and the exceptions that regulated the movement to places of work.
The current closure of the restoration has eliminated one of the large consumption bags for suckling lamb. "In this scenario, enjoying our suckling lamb, lamb and kid meat in domestic kitchens is the only current alternative for the survival of the producer sector," says the interprofessional Interovic.
Comunidad de Madrid has published a new guide for carriers and merchandise with the aim of providing information to the sector on how it should act to continue working in the logistics sector.
The Association of Individual Protective Equipment Companies (ASEPAL), an entity that encompasses more than 80 companies dedicated to the design, manufacture and marketing of personal protective equipment (PPE), has provided the list of company contacts to acquire Equipment for Individual Protection to fight against the Covid-19.
The maximum amount of aid will be 30 euros per animal, which are equal to or less than 4 months old, that have left the farm for the slaughterhouse between March 14 and the day after the end of the alarm state. , up to a maximum of 70 animals per farm and 200 in the case of traffickers and concentration centers.
The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) has warned consumers of the detection of food products that are attributed curative or preventive properties related to COVID-19. These nutritional or health statements are not accepted and therefore constitute fraud.
The EC has been asked for aid for private storage and voluntary reduction of production for the sheep and goat meat and milk sector. In particular, the Ministry has requested that aid be established for private storage and the voluntary reduction of production for the sheepmeat sector, and sheep and goat milk.
Food Fair recognizes the great daily work of all the components of the food sector, from the origin to the point of sale and wants to express "admiration and gratitude" to the entire value chain of the food industry for…
This new order allows those vehicles destined for tasks such as the production, commercialization, transformation and distribution of agricultural, livestock and fishing products and their supplies to move; to the production, distribution, rental and repair of equipment and machinery for agriculture, fishing, livestock, and its associated industry; to the transport and treatment of agricultural, livestock and fishing residues and by-products, and the food industry.
The BOE has published the model of certificate that the workers must carry to justify that they must continue to go to their job despite the paralysis measures decreed by the Government for all activities considered non-essential between March 30 and 9 of April. The BOE does not specify that the certificate is mandatory.