New EU moves to protect high quality charcuterie

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Jambon d'Auvergne

New EU moves to protect high quality charcuterie


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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