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Gower lamb is first British food to get protection under post-Brexit scheme

Geographical indicator regime to protect against copycats only covers England, Wales and Scotland

Lamb grazed on samphire, sorrel and sea lavender on the Gower peninsular in Wales is the first UK food to receive protection under the post-Brexit regime.

The UK’s independent geographical indication scheme, which marks out products from a particular region to prevent them being undermined by copycats from elsewhere, was set up to replace a previous EU-wide scheme.

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