EUROPEAN COMMISSION ANNOUNCED LEGAL PROTECTION FOR SIX MORE FOOD PRODUCTS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE EUROPEAN Commission has continued this month's surge in decisions to grant traditionally made European food products protection by adding them to the European Union's (EU) protected geographical indication lists. It has announced protection for six more products, preventing them from being copied by food manufacturers based outside the regions where they are traditionally produced and manufactured.
Today's newly added products are Portuguese pork sausages 'Butelo de Vinhais' (also called 'Bucho de Vinhais') and 'Chouriço ...


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