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"This will damage the food industry by provoking a serious shortage of raw materials and a non-sustainable price increase," CAOBISCO and IMACE said in a statement.
The competition will be seriously distorted if mandatory obligations are included for the mineral oil companies" said Inneke Herreman, Secretary General of IMACE. The food organizations urged the EU to open its imports for biofuels and expand the feedstock base for biofuel production in order to prevent a squeeze on food needs.
(21.) See DARYL MICHAEL SCOTT, CONTEMPT AND PITY: SOCIAL POLICY AND THE IMACE
OF THE DAMAGED BLACK PSYCHE, 1880-1996 (1997).