Simmental

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Simmental

dual-purpose Swiss cattle, reddish dun or yellow and white in color. There are many varieties throughout Europe. Black Simmental is a black variant.
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Simmental dairy cow. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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As we know, national judges play a fundamental role in the multilevel system, being at the same time the guardians of the application of national law and the first defenders of the Simmenthal doctrine: (78) this is indeed one of the confirmations of the complex structure of the European legal order.
The ECJ confirmed its previous interpretation, recalling how the Simmenthal doctrine and the principle of autonomy of EU law required the disapplication of national law contrasting with European legislation.
122) The ECJ expanded this principle in Simmenthal by holding Community law superior to national law, irrespective of whether the national law was effective prior or subsequent to the enactment of Community law.
EMEA convenient meals volume was lower, impacted by the divestiture of the reis-fit business in Europe, but moderated by the good performance of Simmenthal canned meats in Italy.
In Italy, these brands include Philadelphia, Sottilette, Susanna, Giravolte, Jocca and Osella cheeses, Hag and Splendid coffees, Simmenthal canned meats and Milka, Cote d'Or and Toblerone chocolates.
EMEA convenient meals volume grew, reflecting the good performance of Simmenthal canned meats in Italy.
However, strong volume gains were registered for Philadelphia cream cheese in Italy, Spain, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Australia; El Caserio process cheese portions in Spain; Dairylea process cheese in the United Kingdom; Estrella snacks in Scandinavia; as well as Simmenthal meats in Italy; and Kraft Peanut Butter and Vegemite spreads in Australia.