COLOGNE, Germany (FNS) -- Despite a variety of obstacles, U.S. food manufacturers are determined to crack the European food market, said exhibitors at the Anuga World Food Market here. The toughest products to export remain beef, poultry, pork and dairy-based lines. These categories continue to be the most protected by tariff barriers, especially in the European Union, exhibitors said. "We still face tremendous trade and access problems in Europe. They're almost ongoing and never-ending," ...

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