Black pudding fight nears end
It is a delicacy enjoyed by people across the world and one of Scotland’s greatest culinary treasures.
Stornoway Black Pudding is so revered that food producers have for years cashed in on its reputation by labelling their products Stornoway Black Pudding, even though they are not made in the Outer Hebrides.
But the highly dubious practice will become illegal in the next few weeks when the delicacy – which contains only cow's blood, onions, suet, oatmeal and spices – is added to the European list of Protected Food Names.
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