Today I found something I’d like to alert all our readers of. A fascinating story submitted to reddit in the last day by the user ManiaforBeatles titled Australian cheesemakers warn EU name crackdown will cost jobs – Under the proposed changes, the EU would ban Australia using the names of 236 beverages and 172 foods, including 56 cheeses, and require rebranding and repackaging to ensure products were not mistaken for their European equivalents. is gaining some traction, having got 11 comments already at the time of writing. You can read the initial story (posted by theguardian.com) at this link. This was posted at 2019-08-23 17:34:08 and has an ID of cubizn. Here are some thoughts on this so far:
- “I mean, just add the word Australian at the start on the packaging, surely?“, posted by the user Colv758 at 2019-08-23 18:56:18. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is subjective.
- “No one in Europe is buying Australian cheese. They can’t call cheese made in Australia Italian because the person who made it has an Italian… (limiting to 140 characters)”, posted by the user samaira- at 2019-08-23 17:59:09. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.
- “Blessed are the cheesemakers.“, posted by the user alwaysslashs at 2019-08-23 17:53:11. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.
- “While I understand why the Australian cheesemakers are disgruntled, I don’t see how Australian made European style cheese could be imported … (limiting to 140 characters)”, posted by the user ink-ling at 2019-08-23 17:43:25. We judge this to be a negative comment and one that is objective.
As this is of great concern to me, I am researching more into this right now and will let you know as soon as we know more.
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