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8 de octubre de 2011

Espacio Apícola (Opinión)

NO LE FALTARA MIEL A EUROPA

(07 de octubre de 2011, Espacio Apícola) Sólo dos emisarios de la Unión Europea fueron suficientes para contener las expectativas de un par de millares de argentinos, brasileños, chilenos y uruguayos que reclamaban en Apimondia la apertura de la Unión Europea a las mieles con rastros de polen transgénico.Durante el congreso desarrollado en "La Rural" de Buenos Aires, Etiénne Bruneau y Walter Haefeker se tomaron con calma la burlona lección de las maravillas transgénicas brindada por Esteban Hopp -genetista de primera línea del INTA- y, a su turno, reafirmaron la postura de la Corte Europea. Particularmente Haefeker señaló que el que produzca con transgénicos venda fuera de Europa.
No se hicieron esperar las tradicionales brabuconadas de algunos diciendo: "ellos necesitan nuestra miel". A ésto, la Unión Europea también contestó con una dura humillación el pasado 30 de septiembre. A partir del 1º de noviembre de 2011 las mieles provenientes de India estarán autorizadas para ingresar a la Unión Europea. Con India y China como proveedores, el mercado de miel europeo parece resolver su principal problema de calidad: el precio.

Buen fin de semana !
fernando

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THERE WILL BE ENOUGH HONEY FOR EUROPE

(October 7th 2011 - Espacio Apicola) Only two emissaries from the European Union were enough to hold the expectations of a couple of thousands of Argentines, Brazilians, Chileans and Uruguayans in Apimondia claiming the European Union to open its market to honeys with traces of GMO pollen.
During the conference developed in "La Rural" in Buenos Aires, Mr. Walter Haefeker and Mr. Etiénne Bruneau took calmy the mocking lesson from transgenic wonders provided by geneticist Esteban Hopp -INTA-, in turn, they reaffirmed the position of the European Court. Particularly Haefeker said that who produces honey with GMO must sell outside Europe.
Did not take long the traditional boasts of some people saying "they need our honey." To this, the European Union also responded with a harsh humiliation on September 30th. From November 1st. 2011, the honey from India will be allowed to enter the European Union. With India and China as suppliers, the European honey market seems to solve the main quality problem: price.

Have a nice weekend !
fernando

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Fernando Esteban
Director de "Espacio Apícola"
espacioapicola@gmail.com
Tel: +54 (0) 351 4564337
No se hicieron esperar las tradicionales brabuconadas de algunos diciendo: "ellos necesitan nuestra miel". A ésto, la Unión Europea también contestó con una dura humillación el pasado 30 de septiembre. A partir del 1º de noviembre de 2011 las mieles provenientes de India estarán autorizadas para ingresar a la Unión Europea. Con India y China como proveedores, el mercado de miel europeo parece resolver su principal problema de calidad: el precio.
Buen fin de semana !fernando

======================

THERE WILL BE ENOUGH HONEY FOR EUROPE

(October 7th 2011 - Espacio Apicola) Only two emissaries from the European Union were enough to hold the expectations of a couple of thousands of Argentines, Brazilians, Chileans and Uruguayans in Apimondia claiming the European Union to open its market to honeys with traces of GMO pollen.
During the conference developed in "La Rural" in Buenos Aires, Mr. Walter Haefeker and Mr. Etiénne Bruneau took calmy the mocking lesson from transgenic wonders provided by geneticist Esteban Hopp -INTA-, in turn, they reaffirmed the position of the European Court. Particularly Haefeker said that who produces honey with GMO must sell outside Europe.
Did not take long the traditional boasts of some people saying "they need our honey." To this, the European Union also responded with a harsh humiliation on September 30th. From November 1st. 2011, the honey from India will be allowed to enter the European Union. With India and China as suppliers, the European honey market seems to solve the main quality problem: price.

Have a nice weekend !
fernando

--
Fernando Esteban
Director de "Espacio Apícola"
espacioapicola@gmail.com
Tel: +54 (0) 351 4564337
No se hicieron esperar las tradicionales brabuconadas de algunos diciendo: "ellos necesitan nuestra miel". A ésto, la Unión Europea también contestó con una dura humillación el pasado 30 de septiembre. A partir del 1º de noviembre de 2011 las mieles provenientes de India estarán autorizadas para ingresar a la Unión Europea. Con India y China como proveedores, el mercado de miel europeo parece resolver su principal problema de calidad: el precio.
Buen fin de semana !fernando


======================

THERE WILL BE ENOUGH HONEY FOR EUROPE

(October 7th 2011 - Espacio Apicola) Only two emissaries from the European Union were enough to hold the expectations of a couple of thousands of Argentines, Brazilians, Chileans and Uruguayans in Apimondia claiming the European Union to open its market to honeys with traces of GMO pollen.
During the conference developed in "La Rural" in Buenos Aires, Mr. Walter Haefeker and Mr. Etiénne Bruneau took calmy the mocking lesson from transgenic wonders provided by geneticist Esteban Hopp -INTA-, in turn, they reaffirmed the position of the European Court. Particularly Haefeker said that who produces honey with GMO must sell outside Europe.
Did not take long the traditional boasts of some people saying "they need our honey." To this, the European Union also responded with a harsh humiliation on September 30th. From November 1st. 2011, the honey from India will be allowed to enter the European Union. With India and China as suppliers, the European honey market seems to solve the main quality problem: price.

Have a nice weekend !
fernando

--
Fernando Esteban
Director de "Espacio Apícola"
espacioapicola@gmail.com
Tel: +54 (0) 351 4564337
No se hicieron esperar las tradicionales brabuconadas de algunos diciendo: "ellos necesitan nuestra miel". A ésto, la Unión Europea también contestó con una dura humillación el pasado 30 de septiembre. A partir del 1º de noviembre de 2011 las mieles provenientes de India estarán autorizadas para ingresar a la Unión Europea. Con India y China como proveedores, el mercado de miel europeo parece resolver su principal problema de calidad: el precio.
Buen fin de semana !fernando
======================

THERE WILL BE ENOUGH HONEY FOR EUROPE

(October 7th 2011 - Espacio Apicola) Only two emissaries from the European Union were enough to hold the expectations of a couple of thousands of Argentines, Brazilians, Chileans and Uruguayans in Apimondia claiming the European Union to open its market to honeys with traces of GMO pollen.
During the conference developed in "La Rural" in Buenos Aires, Mr. Walter Haefeker and Mr. Etiénne Bruneau took calmy the mocking lesson from transgenic wonders provided by geneticist Esteban Hopp -INTA-, in turn, they reaffirmed the position of the European Court. Particularly Haefeker said that who produces honey with GMO must sell outside Europe.
Did not take long the traditional boasts of some people saying "they need our honey." To this, the European Union also responded with a harsh humiliation on September 30th. From November 1st. 2011, the honey from India will be allowed to enter the European Union. With India and China as suppliers, the European honey market seems to solve the main quality problem: price.

Have a nice weekend !
fernando

--
Fernando Esteban
Director de "Espacio Apícola"
espacioapicola@gmail.com
Tel: +54 (0) 351 4564337
No se hicieron esperar las tradicionales brabuconadas de algunos diciendo: "ellos necesitan nuestra miel". A ésto, la Unión Europea también contestó con una dura humillación el pasado 30 de septiembre. A partir del 1º de noviembre de 2011 las mieles provenientes de India estarán autorizadas para ingresar a la Unión Europea. Con India y China como proveedores, el mercado de miel europeo parece resolver su principal problema de calidad: el precio.
Buen fin de semana !fernando
======================

THERE WILL BE ENOUGH HONEY FOR EUROPE

(October 7th 2011 - Espacio Apicola) Only two emissaries from the European Union were enough to hold the expectations of a couple of thousands of Argentines, Brazilians, Chileans and Uruguayans in Apimondia claiming the European Union to open its market to honeys with traces of GMO pollen.
During the conference developed in "La Rural" in Buenos Aires, Mr. Walter Haefeker and Mr. Etiénne Bruneau took calmy the mocking lesson from transgenic wonders provided by geneticist Esteban Hopp -INTA-, in turn, they reaffirmed the position of the European Court. Particularly Haefeker said that who produces honey with GMO must sell outside Europe.
Did not take long the traditional boasts of some people saying "they need our honey." To this, the European Union also responded with a harsh humiliation on September 30th. From November 1st. 2011, the honey from India will be allowed to enter the European Union. With India and China as suppliers, the European honey market seems to solve the main quality problem: price.

Have a nice weekend !
fernando

--
Fernando Esteban
Director de "Espacio Apícola"
espacioapicola@gmail.com
Tel: +54 (0) 351 4564337

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