Emma Sheldon writes in Real Business on the recent resolution to expand the EU’s geographical indications to a wider range of goods

On 6 October, the European Parliament adopted a non-binding resolution to expand the EU’s geographical indications to a wider range of goods. Now EU producers can seek to register geographical indications or protected designations of origin (GIs) for products other than food, drink and agricultural products. Solicitor Emma Sheldon discusses what you need to know in her article in Real Business.

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Geographical indications: No longer just for food and drink