THURSDAY, 18 NOVEMBER 2010
Polish apple, French olive get GI status
Here are some more European Commission Regulations conferring protected status on food names:

Commission Regulation 990/2010 of 4 November 2010 entering a name in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications [Jabłka łąckie (PGI)].  This is a Polish apple the characteristics of which are partly determined by the extreme differences between day-time and night-time temperatures in the region where it is grown.

* Commission Regulation 991/2010 of 4 November 2010 entering a name in the register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications [Olive de Nîmes (PDO)]. This is a stalkless pure green French olive, debittered by being mascerated in a solution of potash or soda before being rinsed off and then placed in a solution of sea salt brine.

Posted by: Jeremy Phillips @ 21.27
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