CELCAA position on future of the CAP May 02, 2017

CELCAA, the European Association representing the trade in agri-food and agri-commodities in the EU, is pleased to contribute to the debate on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy launched by Commissioner Hogan in February 2017. CELCAA represents the EU traders of agri-food commodities and in this capacity, has a key interest in the future of the Common Agriculture Policy. 

Celcaa position on future of the CAP can be found here


CELCAA Secretary-General, Pascale Rouhier, said “From the start, the EU agri-food chain has been a strong supporter of an ambitious EU-Japan FTA. I hope that expectations from the sector will be met in terms of tariffs elimination, and the removal of non-tariff barriers impacting EU exports. We also welcome the fact that Japan has agreed to recognise the EU system of Geographical Indications (GIs) to protect our agri-food products from imitations. Such a deal could result in a significant increase in our exports of high-value added products to Japan”.

Press release is available here