EU decree means sexy Swedish mustard might be stricken from shelves1/28/2013
Here’s a cute local custom: In a small Swedish town, a family firm has sold something called "potency mustard" for the past 30 years, infused with reindeer horn and bought by giggling tourists usually as a wedding gift. Charming, right? Illegal, says European Union authorities. Since the condiment cannot scientifically prove it helps men "cut the mustard" in the bedroom, if you will, it will have to stop selling its product or strike the name "Potenssenap" ("Potency Mustard") from its labels. Uniform rules for all member countries have recently been imposed by the European Union, and there's no room for raunchy, folksy fun on mustard labels anymore. [Source]
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