The European Commission approved two new products from Portugal and France in the register of Protected Geographical Indication (PGI).
The first is a Portuguese traditional charcuterie called "Alheira de Mirandela", produced in the town of Mirandela, in the north-east of Portugal. It is made of pork and poultry and has a fumed taste embellished by spicy and fruity olive oil and a seasoning based on garlic.
The second is a French ham called "Jambon d'Auvergne", produced in the region of Auv...
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