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EU Agri-Food Law

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This chapter focuses on EC agri-food law in the context of pre-accession and the transitional arrangements contained in the fifth and sixth Accession Treaties. The first part introduces the challenge of approximating to the agri-food acquis for candidates countries. Then, the transitional arrangements in the fifth and sixth Accession Treaties are outlined in the second part. The third part explores the evolution of EU agri-food law in an enlarging Union, drawing on the experience in the Fifteen and the new Member States making use of a sample of the missions carried out by the Food and Veterinary Office of the European Commission, which report on the implementation of the agri-food acquis in-country. The chapter concerns the enlargement dimension in terms of the pre-accession strategy and transitional arrangements.

Keywords: Accession Treaty; environment acquis; EU agri-food law; new Member States

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