From farm to fork: How much do you know about where Europe's food comes from?

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Eurostat, the official statistics bureau of the European Union, has published data report on Europe's farms, fisheries and food supply. How much do you know about where your food comes from?

All figures have been pulled from Eurostat’s Agriculture, forestry and fishery statistical book: 2016 edition. The report is free to download here


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Comments (1)

Emmanuel - 13 Jan 2017 | 03:24

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Hi there thanks for your allways relevant insights. EU data report link does not lead to upload ? thanks

13-Jan-2017 at 15:24 GMT

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