At the overall class level, users are interested in rules; product information; statistics; food safety/quality, together with production methods and technology.
The Food, Farming, Fisheries class comprises ten main sections:
The majority of content in the first four sections - Food safety and quality (DG Health and Food Safety); Farming (DG Agriculture and Rural Development); Fishing (DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries) and Forestry (DG Agriculture and Rural Development) - is mapped to the content of the DG responsible, with possible links from the Trade, Eur-lex and Eurostat websites and links to related content in the law, environment, strategy, research and innovation and funding classes, as well as Eurostat.
The class indicated in the header or footer of a Commission website links to its landing page. For example: Food, Farming, Fisheries.
As with other classes, the Food, Farming, Fisheries class architecture is based on research and analysis of top tasks, user needs,
organisational goals and analytics.
The top task and organisational goals are listed below.
Note that the original class name "Food, Farming" has been modified since the architecture building exercise.
|16||Food, Farming (production and safety)||1,7%||Medium task|
improve participation - improve source/quality of contributions on initiatives to attract the right and best proposals and contractors
show the science behind EU policy
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