Milan’s World Expo 2015 and the law
The Milan World Expo’s theme of ‘feed the planet, energy for life’ is a golden opportunity to look at how food and agriculture should be regulated in the 21st century.
In the past 20 years Italy has made great use of the minimalist non-recipe approach of EU food law to become innovative and make Italian food a major hit around the world. Is that approach changing with EU Regulation 1169/2011 or is there still room for Italian flair and flexibility?…
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