EU: Italy, Spain found guilty of restricting sales of UK chocolate
The European Court of Justice has found Italy and Spain guilty of breaching EU trade laws by restricting sales of British chocolate. Both countries insisted that chocolate imported from the UK be labelled "chocolate substitute". Much chocolate manufactured in Britain contains up to 5% vegetable fat, which many chocolate producers in other countries look upon with horror. Many would prefer to see only product with 100% cocoa butter marketed as chocolate.
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