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New Zealand funds manuka honey trademark bid, leaving Australia with sour taste

Reuters Wednesday, 25 September 2019
The New Zealand government is supporting a bid by the country's honey producers to trademark the name "manuka" in China, angering Australian rivals who fear losing out in their joint biggest market for the lucrative product.
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