U.S. government secures clarity on market access rights under CAFTA

Dairy industry commends work to secure right to use several generic cheese names.

The dairy industry recently commended the U.S. government for its extensive work aimed at securing clarifications regarding the right to use several generic cheese names in exports to Honduras while also establishing a better model for how Central American countries can more reliably provide such information in the future.

Honduras is an important trading partner in a growing region for U.S. dairy exports. It is a member of the U.S.-Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). U.

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