The European Commission co-finances and also directly organises campaigns and events to promote EU farm products worldwide. This is carried out under the slogan “Enjoy, it’s from Europe”, which aims to raise awareness of the efforts made by European farmers to produce quality products. These promotional activities help boost their profile on EU and international markets, in line with EU promotion policy. For questions on the programme and funding, please consult these FAQs and the sections below.
Apply for funding
Calls for proposals
Submit your proposal by 20 April 2023
How to apply
Steps for submitting a funding proposal, types of promotion programmes and common mistakes
Who can apply
Information on which organisations, products and schemes are eligible for funding
How to manage your project
Grants & reporting
Guidelines on the contractual management of your project and reporting
Instructions for the use of the “Enjoy, it’s from Europe” signature
Support for EU exporters to enter new markets
Food and beverage market research reports for various countries outside the EU
Intellectual property rights
Resources for the protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) on export markets
Networks and useful resources
Support services for the internationalisation of EU businesses
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€186 million to promote high quality and sustainable EU agri-food products
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The food and beverage market entry handbook: Switzerland
This Handbook is intended to act as a reference for those agri-food producers planning for, or in the process of entering the Swiss market.
The food and beverage market entry handbook: Japan
This Handbook is intended to act as a reference for those agri-food producers planning for, or in the process of entering, the Japanese market.
The Food and Beverage Market-Entry Handbook: United Kingdom
The food and beverage market entry handbook: United Kingdom
Get EU funding to promote your agrifood products abroad
Eligibility of products and activities