Ugrás a tartalomhoz

Local resources and product path management

Ruszkai Csaba

Eszterházy Károly College Faculty of Natural Sciences

The requirement of the standards of the Protected Designation of Origin and the Protected Geographical Indication

The requirement of the standards of the Protected Designation of Origin and the Protected Geographical Indication

Protected Designation of Origin is such a certificate of origin which earmarks the place of origin of the production, especially in the case of the local or Traditional Speciality guaranteed products or exceptionally the name of the country is indicated.

PGI marking (Protected Geographical Identification) design the place of origin of the local product parallels to the PDO marking (Protected Designation of Origin), as well as other characteristic features of quality or fame which basically may be attributed to the geographical status. Finally it denominated at least one production workflow, which can be connected to a given geographical location.

Quality assurance nevertheless touches upon the names of raw materials which posses the certificate of PDO (Protected Designation of Origin).

Those livestocks, meat and dairy industrial raw materials - which derives from larger geographical areas, than the given geographical area, providing that the production place of raw materials is signed, the specific production condition are given, or rather if the questionable protected certificate of origin was acknowledged before 1, May, 2004. -all must to be deal with PDO standardization

(EU decree 1151/2012. (XI. 21.)