Nation is latest in eastern Europe to claim food firms deliberately supply lower-quality food than they give western nations

Bulgaria has become the latest eastern European state to accuse multinationals of selling food of a lower quality in their country than in the west, and has launched a pan-European taste-test to prove its case.

The country’s minister for agriculture, food and forestry, Rumen Porozhanov, said experts had been sent to buy well-known food and drink products in western supermarkets.

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