Country-of-origin labelling will be required for fresh, chilled or frozen meat but not for ready-made meals.
Calls for a “No” vote are coming from Western Sahara and from campaigners for human rights.
Thousands of coastal livelihoods depend on next week's vote.
The three countries were warned one year ago to tighten controls on illegal fishing.
Fisheries committee votes for rules to apply in delicate marine ecosystems.
ECj had ordered ruling on approval of GM crop.
MEPs also voted to cut off all EU subsidies to operators who have fished illegally.
Some levels now lower than those proposed by the European Commission.
MEPs on the European Parliament's fisheries committee have again delayed a vote on a controversial proposal to phase out trawling of the seabed for deep sea fish in the north east Atlantic.
Annual consultations between the EU and Norway also on the agenda.
Scientific researchers are warning that joining the European Union might be a matter of life and death for some residents of Croatia.
MEPs expected to approve the deal because member states made some significant concessions.
Deal reached to fund EU agriculture subsidies for 2014-2020.
Trilogue talks continue today ahead of 30 September deadline.
Farm ministers will attempt to break an impasse on the remaining budgetary issues for reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) during a meeting in Brussels on Monday (23 September).
Consumers international says voluntary approach to supply chain fairness is a “diversion”, calls for EU legislation