Irish Grass-Fed Beef PGI on the shelf in Italy
Phelim O'Neill
It has taken a long time since the original application, but Irish Grass-Fed Beef has finally arrived on the supermarket shelves in Italy. The Irish Farmers Journal travelled to have a look.
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