November 2003
Food & Drink Technology;Nov2003, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p9
Presents news briefs related to the food industry in Europe as of November 2003. European Council and Parliament's adoption of the amendment to the European Union food labelling directive; Call for the U.S. and Canada to lift their trade sanctions in place on some goods after complying with a World Trade Organization ruling in growth hormones; Common Agricultural Policy's budget for 2004.


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