By Brett Gibbons
SAUSAGE maker Ryan Weston had the stuffing knocked out of him when Town Hall bureaucrats stopped him making his bangers because of a wrangle over permits.

Now finally Ryan has overcome that obstacle and is practising his unique skills and banger-ing out kilos of sausages and savouries to satisfy the traditional tastes of the region's ex-pat community.

Qualified butcher Ryan opened his Gourmet Sausage Company business in Palmanova 15 months ago, producing a wealth of traditional and new flavours. However, because he did not have the necessary butcher's permits, council health officials forced him to halt making the sausages on his premises. “I had great feedback from customers, and I had contracts to supply several bars, but I was told to stop producing the sausages in my shop,” explained Ryan.

He turned to friends in the UK for help and was able to import ready-made sausages from his former workplace in Reading, Berkshire.


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