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Spanish cheesemakers defend Manchego from Mexican 'copy'

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Manchego cheese on sale at the Central de Abasto wholesale market in Mexico City. Spanish producers want a ban on using the name Manchego in Mexico.

Alcázar de San Juan, Spain

IN central Spain, the arid plains of La Mancha are famous for their windmills and Manchego, a cheese made out of ewe's milk that is one of the best-known representatives of the country's gastronomy.

But local producers there are furious with Mexico which...

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