French Custom Agents Destroy 35,000 Bottles of ‘Champagne’ Soda

Another beverage shipment has been destroyed by European Union customs agents in the name of protecting the esteemed “Champagne” designation.

French border agents recently destroyed a 35,000-bottle shipment of “Couronne Fruit Champagne” soda from Haiti, according to the BBC. Palates of the orange soft drink were originally confiscated in October 2021 after agents spotted the “Champagne” on the bottles’ labels. The beverages were intended for the consumer market in France, per border agents.

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