Turkish pastry granted protected status in EU

Farmers, manufacturers and even countries often resort to legal means to protect their products.

    While Turkey has vainly clamoured for years to join the European Union, a sweet pastry has tasted more success winning the EU's prized "protected status".

    And as Gerald Tan reports, Turkey is celebrating a sweet victory with the EU. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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