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The Nike Huarache Teal spokesman Roger Waite would only say that the question an important issue for the EU. clear from recent agreements with Canada and Central America, where certain cheese names were restricted unless the cheese came from Europe. Under the Canadian agreement, for example, new feta products manufactured in Canada can only be marketed as feta like or feta style, and they can use Greek letters or other symbols that evoke Greece. And it may not be just cheese. Other products could include bologna, Black Forest ham, Greek yogurt, Valencia oranges and prosciutto, among other foods. The trade negotiations are important for the EU as Europe has tried to protect its share of Air Max Atmos agricultural exports and pull itself out of recession.
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dairy producers, cheesemakers and food companies are all fighting the idea, which they say would hurt the $4 billion domestic cheese industry and endlessly confuse consumers. dairy farmers. The European Union would not say exactly what it is proposing or even whether it will be discussed this week as a new round of talks on an EU United States free trade agreement opens in Brussels. European Commission Air Max 2014
others from cutting into those markets. Trade Representative Michael Froman and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack this week asking them not to agree to any such proposals by the EU. Led by New York Sen. Patrick Toomey, R Pa. , the members wrote that in the states they represent, small or medium sized, family owned businesses could have their businesses unfairly restricted and that export businesses could be gravely hurt. Large food companies that mass produce the cheeses are also fighting the idea. Kraft, closely identified with its grated Parmesan cheese, says the cheese names have long been considered generic in the United States. restrictions could not only be costly to food makers, but also potentially confusing for consumers if the labels of their favo.
es would still be there, but their names might be different. As part of free trade talks, the European Union is expected to propose to ban the United States from using certain European cheese names if the cheese is made here. (AP Photo/J. David Ake)WASHINGTON (AP) Would Parmesan by any other name be as tasty atop your pasta? A ripening trade battle might put that to the test. As part of trade talks, the European Union wants to ban the use of European names like Parmesan, feta and Gorgonzola on cheese made in the United States. The argument is that the American made cheeses are shadows of the original European varieties and cut into sales and identity of the European cheeses. The Europeans say Parmesan should only come from Parma, Italy, not those familiar green cylinders that American companies sell. Feta should only be from Greece, even though feta isn a place. The EU argues it so closely connected to Greece as to be identified as an inherently Greek product. a little cheese for your pasta? It doesn have quite the same ring as Parmesan.
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