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Czech rum wins five-year exemption from EU ingredients ban

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Both the Czech Republic and Slovakia have won a five-year exemption to an EU ban on certain substances in a popular liquor, tuzemák, which were deemed to be carcinogenic by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).


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