Portuguese government aims to achieve 38% food self-sufficiency

Portuguese Minister of Agriculture and Food Maria do Céu Antunes held a working meeting on food to study the implementation of the agricultural development strategy and the Strategic Plan for the Common Agricultural Policy, according to the Portuguese government website on August 4. At the end of the meeting, Ann said that in order to reduce foreign dependence on food, the Portuguese government wants to achieve the goal of 38 percent food self-sufficiency, including 50 percent for corn, 20 percent for pesticides and 80 percent for rice.

Source: Economic and Commercial Section of the Embassy in the Republic of Portugal

Post time: Aug-19-2022