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Council Regulation (EC) No. 1234/2007 establishing a common organisation of agricultural markets and on specific provisions for certain agricultural products (Single CMO Regulation).

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This Regulation establishes a common organization of agricultural markets of the following products: cereals; rice; sugar; dried fodder; seeds; hops; olive oil and table olives; flax and hemp; fruit and vegetables, both fresh and processed; wine; live plants and products of floriculture; raw tobacco; beef and veal; milk and milk products; eggs; pig meat, sheep meat, goat meat and poultry meat. The Regulation lays down, for each agricultural market, provisions concerning the granting of aid and market support measures. Further provisions deal with (i) setting up and official recognition of producers organizations and interbranch organizations; (ii) trade with third countries, giving particular regard to the issue of import and export licences as well as management of import quotas; and (iii) supply of food from intervention stocks to designated organizations for distribution to the most deprived persons in the European Community.
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Official Journal of the European Union L 299, 16 November 2007, pp. 1-149.
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