Europe using tariffs, name restrictions, to hurt U.S. dairy exports

More than 175 Republican and Democratic House members are urging the Obama administration to use the transatlantic trade talks with the European Union (EU) to address a variety of export barriers hampering the U.S. dairy industry, including the EU’s attempts to keep U.S. companies from using common food names like parmesan and feta in export markets and even in the U.S. domestic market.

The Congressional dairy farm­er caucus ...

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