The case of the Old Colwyn prosecco van entrepreneur who could not call her wine prosecco put the spotlight on EU food and drink regulations this month. Caroline Roberts, and Bella – The Prosecco Van, were affected by European Protected Food Name (EUPFN) legislation with many readers critical that the strict rules meant the wine she served from a keg could not be called prosecco. But, despite the often-draconian nature of EU law, when it comes to protected food name status’, many brands in North Wales, have benefited enormously from the protection that the legislation affords.
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