'Push on for Lincs sausage name protection'

January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/12/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 2, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Lincolnshire Sausage Association, which has been advised to persevere with its campaign to receive European Union (EU)-protected status for the Lincolnshire Sausage. According to Catriona Wheeler of law firm Andrew & Co., receiving the Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) stamp is an effective way for local food manufacturers to protect the valuable identity of their products.


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