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Corsican producer groups fighting plans to register seven cold cut GIs

MEP says raw materials used in products to carry île de Beauté label are not sourced from Corsica

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Corsican producers of traditional cold cuts (charcuterie) are fighting plans to use the protected geographical indication (PGI) île de Beauté (island of beauty) on seven products, a fight French Socialist MEP, Eric Andrieu has taken to the European Commission.

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