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6 May 2011 – Cornish Pasties and Cumberland Sausages

Cornish Pasties and Cumberland Sausages have both been awarded Protected Geographic Indication (PGI) status that means they can only be made  respectively in Cornwall or Cumberland to their specified recipes. They are the 43rd and 44th British foods to become officially protected across Europe through the PGI scheme. Details of the EU’s protected food names are available at http://tinyurl.com/bizinf-w2128 (Defra Public Enquiries telephone 0845 933 5577)

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