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Cheeky cheesemaker fails to copyright how things taste

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"If you lived abroad and your only experience of British cheese was mild cheddar, [...]"

The "Magasin Anglais" in Luxembourg in the 1980s sold some English foods for which ex-pat EEC workers had a craving. The popular cheese was Cheddar. However - the frozen Mother's Pride white sliced bread was only bought by Americans. The Brits sensibly bought the daily fresh bread from a boulangerie.

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