Political deal agreed on the CAP reform

  • The European Starch Industry Association, AAF, is relieved that the three EU institutions have agreed to end the EU sugar and isoglucose quotas in 2017 as part of a whole package on the CAP reform for 2014-2020.

    From 2017, the European starch industry will be free to produce isoglucose, in the required quantities and in all Member States where customer demand exists. This decision has finally put an end to the outdated, unfair and anti-competitive treatment of isoglucose, the cereal based sugar derived from EU maize or wheat starch.

    26 Jun
    26 Jun
  • In 2012, the European starch industry processed about 23 million tonnes of agricultural raw materials, split between maize (7.7 million tonnes), wheat (7.8 million tonnes), and starch potatoes (7.5 million tonnes) into over six hundred products, from native starches to physically or chemically modified starches, through to liquid and solid sweeteners…

    25 Jun
    25 Jun
  • Facts and misperceptions on glucose fructose syrups and isoglucose

    10 Jun
    10 Jun

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