Theme: Certification, labels, standards and traceability

The cork used in the manufacture of natural cork stoppers or technical stoppers must meet a number of conditions, including being free of certain
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At a first glance, imported Asiatic and genuine Mediterranean pine nuts seem to be similar in size, colour and aspect. Cheaper Chinese chestnuts can
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The best option for highly atomised sectors is to have a common positioning that brings together as many products as possible, by creating an
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Chestnuts are an extremely important product for the Portuguese region ‘Terra Fria Transmontana’, representing one of the most profitable crops today. Its commercialization is
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In the current context in which it can be perceived that climate change is already a reality, one of the issues that most concerns
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The aim of the guarantee label is to protect chestnuts designated under the “Castaña del Bierzo” designation of origin and the characteristics defined in
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The Decree-Law nº 181/2015, defines the legal regime for the resin activity and circulation of pine resin in Continental Portugal. The regime requires prior
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The ResinApp provides the natural resin sector with a tailored tool that allows the traceability of natural resin from the forest to the factory,
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The valorisation of local natural resin in high added value niche markets is a pillar of the French strategy for the revival of the
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The main objective is the promotion of wild mushrooms originating in the forest areas of Castile and León region, the incorporation of added value
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