New commissioner backs AOC protection

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 October 2004

The incoming EU agriculture commissioner, Mariann Fischer Boel, will have a vital role to play as EU wine and spirit producers seek to protect their names of origin beyond the EU. David Haworth reports on her first official remarks on that and other drinks industry-related issues as she addressed the European Parliament's agriculture committee.

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The incoming EU agriculture commissioner, Mariann Fischer Boel, will have a vital role to play as EU wine and spirit producers seek to protect their names of origin beyond the EU. David Haworth reports on her first official remarks on that and other drinks industry-related issues as she addressed the European Parliament's agriculture committee.

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