Status: 11/30/2020 12:29 p.m.
The government in London wants to block the import of German sausages if Brussels no longer allows the British “sausage” in the European Union. The media are already talking about the “sausage war”.
The negotiations on a trade agreement between the EU and Great Britain are now about the sausage – in the truest sense of the word. Brussels wants to ban the export of British sausages to Northern Ireland because they do not comply with EU food rules. Accordingly, only sausages and meat products frozen at 18 degrees are allowed to be imported.
The Irish meat industry would be particularly affected. It exports over 300,000 tons of pork, beef, lamb and poultry meat, valued at 1.3 billion euros, to the UK. Ireland’s Agriculture Minister Charlie McConalogue is concerned.
Boris Johnson upset
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government reacted angrily to the threats from Brussels. Should the EU actually no longer allow “British Sausage”, Great Britain would not allow any German sausages or Italian mortadella on the island. Media like the “Daily Express” report on the “Brexit sausage was”.
In fact, if Britain left the EU in a disorderly manner without a trade agreement, it would become a “third country” from 2021 onwards. In Northern Ireland, however, EU food law would continue to apply.
The continental Europeans should be able to get over the import restrictions for the “British Sausage”. The appetite for the British sausages is not particularly great. “The German Bratwurst”, on the other hand, is considered a popular import item from the European Union in Great Britain.
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