The European Commission aims to make eating habits across the Continent more sustainable.
The cheeseburgers of 2030 wonâ€™t be the same as they are today â€” or at least thatâ€™s Brusselsâ€™ plan.Â
The European Commissionâ€™s recently unveiled Farm to Fork strategy aims to change eating habits across the Continent over the next decade to make the agri-food system more sustainable.
It includes a set of legislative proposals and the targets that, at least on paper, would make European food healthier, more nutritious and more plant-based â€” and consumer choices more conscious.Â
As the name suggests, the Commissionâ€™s program will affect the whole food supply chain â€” from how food is grown and cultivated to the final meal on European plates. But what does it mean in practice? POLITICO looked into what the EUâ€™s ideal burger of the future might look like, if the strategy gets implemented.