What does Fenland celery have in common with Champagne, Parma Ham and Cornish Pasties?
Well, just like those well-known products, it has just been awarded Protected Food Name status by the European Commission - and is the first English vegetable to be given the special recognition.
It means the name is now protected and will remain unique to our region.
Emily Knight reports.
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