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Case FETA and CRACOW’S SAUSAGE (KRAKAUER WURST): Differences, Similarities & Conclusions
 


 


Join your colleagues in Poland at a valuable INTA roundtable!


CRACOW’S SAUSAGE (Kiełbasa Krakowska in Polish or Krakauer Wurst in German) is a historic brand of sausage developed in middle ages in Cracow.  After World War I, 70% of Cracow’s sausage production was exported abroad mainly to Germany and Austria.  Currently CRACOW’S SAUSAGE is very popular in Germany and Austria, where it is produced and sold by local producers under brand KRAKAUER WURST brand.

The working question for discussion is: Do producers from Cracow area still have any chance to regain control over use of CRACOW’S SAUSAGE brand.

Topic
Case FETA and CRACOW’S SAUSAGE (KRAKAUER WURST): Differences, Similarities & Conclusions


Date
Wednesday, April 18

Time
6:00 pm–8:00 pm

Location
Allerhand Institute,
Plac Sikorskiego 2/7
31-115 Cracow, Poland


Speaker 
Dr. Janusz Fiolka


Fee

Admittance to the roundtable is free.


Registration and Information
Please confirm registration by Wednesday, April 11 by email to: Dr. Janusz Fiolka janusz@dr-fiolka.com.