EU/UK: Commission denies plan to ban lemon curd and mincemeat
Producers of two favourite UK preserves - lemon curd and mincemeat - can breathe more easily today. EU farm commissioner Franz Fischler has denied there is any truth in reports that a new directive on fruit jams, jellies, marmalades and chestnut purée would prohibit the use of the terms lemon curd or mincemeat on packaging, the European Voice reported.
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