Tariffs on pecorino cheese, for instance, are likely to be extremely controversial among Italy’s already beleaguered dairy farmers, who poured gallons of sheep milk onto roads on the island of Sardinia earlier this year rather than selling it at a price they said they could not justify.

It’s sour news for the country’s wine producers, too: The US is Italy’s primary wine market, with 23% of all exports heading stateside, to a total of $1.73 billion in 2018.

Here’s the full list of EU products the US has proposed to tax:

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