CETA trade deal with EU threatens Greek Feta

Feta is one of the European Union's protected agricultural products. That means no one outside Greece is allowed to make it and call it feta or even feta-style cheese. But a new EU trade deal with Canada threatens to weaken Feta's protection.

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    Feta is one of the European Union's protected agricultural products.

    That means no one outside Greece is allowed to make it and call it feta or even feta-style cheese.

    But a new EU trade deal with Canada threatens to weaken Feta's protection.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropulos reports from Thessaloniki.


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