Italy Hopes to Tout Its Panettone The "Made in Italy" label appears on cheese and wine, and cake could be next. The Italian cake industry would like to see such a label on Panettone, the Italian Christmas fruit cake. One official says that seven out of 10 Panettone sold in the U.S. are "fakes."
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Italy Hopes to Tout Its Panettone

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Italy Hopes to Tout Its Panettone

Italy Hopes to Tout Its Panettone

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The "Made in Italy" label appears on cheese and wine, and cake could be next. The Italian cake industry would like to see such a label on Panettone, the Italian Christmas fruit cake. One official says that seven out of 10 Panettone sold in the U.S. are "fakes."

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