4 February 2020TrademarksRory O'Neill

‘Huge sigh of relief’ after Cyprus regains ‘Halloumi’ TM

Cyprus has regained its UK trademark registration for ‘Halloumi’, after it was invalidated due to what is believed to be an administrative error.

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