Will Cumbersome Food Regulations Hamper EU’s Growth? New at Reason

lobsterA combination of the impending Brexit and the apparent spread of lousy national food regulations across European Union member states is threatening the growth of Europe’s borderless markets in food. That’s the conclusion of a new report released last week by FoodDrinkEurope, an industry lobbying group.

The EU, as a bloc, has no shortage of awful food laws. For example, Europe’s so-called “kebab war” ended late last year only after the EU agreed to let makers of spit-cooked meat use phosphates in their food.

But the FoodDrinkEurope report, Implementing the EU Food & Drink Industry Ambition for Growth & Jobs, argues that Brexit and other national regulations are making for a “difficult and uncertain climate” that threatens the “well-functioning Single Market” in Europe. Food policy expert Baylen Linnekin explains further.

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