Patuanelli: “A healthy diet does not mean putting a green dot”

“Consumers have the right to know what they eat and should not be conditioned in their choices. For us, labeling means the destruction of one of the world heritage sites”. So Stefano Patuanelli, Minister of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies, on the occasion of the conference ‘The 40 years of the Consortium for the protection-history and future of buffalo mozzarella from Campania DOP’. “A healthy diet – he clarified – does not mean putting a green dot on a food, but it means composing one’s diet and on this we will not go back even an inch in Europe”. “Every day I see – he pointed out – that the debate in Europe is getting closer to what we think “.” With the new CAP we have lost an opportunity because the instruments of flexibility are not sufficient and because it has not been fully understood that the primary sector’s objective is to produce food goods; of course the environmental component is important but it cannot be the center of common policy “.

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