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Geographical indications for food products

Geographical indications for food products

international legal and regulatory perspectives

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Published by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Kluwer Law International in Austin, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food law and legislation.,
  • Marks of origin.,
  • Intellectual property (International law),
  • Foreign trade regulation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMarsha A. Echols
    ContributionsEchols, Marsha A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK3626 .G46 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 315 p. ;
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18505126M
    ISBN 109789041125484
    LC Control Number2008271987

    Geographical Indications (Protected Food and Drink Names) A geographical indication is a sign used on goods that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities, reputation or characteristics that are essentially attributable to that place of origin. Most commonly, a geographical indication includes the name of the place or origin of. Dipartimento di Scienze per l’economia e l’impresa, University of Firenze, Firenze, Italy Interests: socio-economic analysis of origin products, evaluation of geographical indications effects and origin products valorization; agrobiodiversity protection and valorisation systems; short and alternative food supply-chains; value chain analysis; food quality standards and agri-food.   26 April , Rome - A new study has found that food products linked to their place of origin are economically and socially beneficial to rural areas and promote sustainable development. Food products registered with a Geographical Indication (GI) label boast an annual trade value of over $50 billion worldwide. Arid and semi-arid lands comprise 84% of Kenya's land, characterised by low and erratic rainfall, and increasing human and animal population. The study sought to determine producers' willingness to pay for protection of unique terroir-based agri-food products from semi-arid lands as geographical indications. The sample products comprised two commodities: mangoes from lower Eastern region of Author: Fredah Wangui Maina, John Mburu, Chris Ackello-Ogutu, Henrik Egelyng.


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Geographical Indications for Food Products and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Cited by: Geographical Indications for Food Products presents a detailed update of the international, regional, and national law of geographical indications (GIs) for food products.

Since the first edition of this indispensable volume nearly a decade ago, great changes have taken place in both national and international legal and regulatory frameworks for GIs system for food products.

Geographical Indications for Food Products presents a detailed update of the international, regional, and national law of geographical indications (GIs) for food products.

Since the first edition of this indispensable volume nearly a decade ago, great changes have taken place in both national and international legal and regulatory frameworks. Food labelling for origin and tradition --Indications of origin prior to the TRIPS agreement --The Geneva Act of the Lisbon agreement --Geographical indications for food products under the TRIPS agreement --The geographical indications dispute at the WTO --Geographical indications under national law --Making a geographical indications system work: administration, protections and enforcement --Geographical indications.

Progressive in structure, the book starts from the ‘big picture’ level before moving down to the local and concrete scale. Geographical indications of Australian products are vital both in domestic and overseas markets by accurately representing the origin and quality of niche agricultural : William van Caenegem.

Giovanni Belletti and Andrea Marescotti (), 'Origin Products, Geographical Indications and Rural Development', in Elizabeth Barham and Bertil Sylvander (eds), Labels of Origin for Food, Local Development, Global Recognition, Chapter 6, Wallingford, UK: CAB International, B Certification of Product Quality "Geographical indications (GIs) for food and other names that connote a characteristic or process together with origin fit in with notions of quality, tradition, and support for local producers that are important for the producers, for an increasing number of consumers, and for local development.

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Geographical Indications for Food Products presents a detailed update of the international, regional, and national law of geographical indications (GIs) for food products.

Since the first edition of this indispensable volume nearly a decade ago, great changes have taken place in both national and international legal and regulatory frameworks for GIs system for food : Marsha A.

Echols. Geographical indications for non-agricultural products Geographical indications for non-agricultural products Sincethe Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs has been considering the opportunity of extending geographical indication protection at EU level to non-agricultural products.

The Law of Geographical Indications. Over time, a product made in a specific place can develop a unique reputation. This reputation is often due to special characteristics present in the place: its people, its climate and its landscape. There are thousands of examples. About this book. Introduction.

Food safety concerns have boosted the Asian demand for quality food in general and products of geographical indications in particular. This book shows how Asian countries are empowering regions and enterprises involved in differentiation strategies, and the effects that this regulation can have.

Geographical indications may be used for a wide variety of agricultural products, such as, for example, "Tuscany" for olive oil produced in a specific area of Italy (protected, for example, in Italy by Law No.

of February 5, ), or "Roquefort" for cheese produced in France (protected, for example, in the European Union under Regulation.

Giovanni Belletti and Andrea Marescotti (), ‘Origin Products, Geographical Indications and Rural Development’, in Elizabeth Barham and Bertil Sylvander (eds), Labels of Origin for Food, Local Development, Global Recognition, Chapter 6, Wallingford, UK: CAB International, 75–91 B Certification of Product Quality Author: Michael Blakeney.

This book addresses the relevance of geographical indication (GI) as a tool for local and socio-economic development and democratization of agri-food, with case studies from Asia, Europe and the Americas. A geographical indication is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities.

A geographical indication is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation that are due to that origin. It provides not only a way for businesses to leverage the value of their geographically unique products, but also to Book Edition: 1st Edition.

Get this from a library. Geographical indications for food products: international legal and regulatory perspectives. [Marsha A Echols] -- "Geographical indications (GIs) for food and other names that connote a characteristic or process together with origin fit in with notions of quality, tradition, and support for local producers that.

Finally, the "traceability" of foods and of nutritional substances has also brought changes to the way food is produced and marketed. Geographical Indication products fit well with these consumer.

Progressive in structure, the book starts from the ‘big picture’ level before moving down to the local and concrete scale. Geographical indications of Australian products are vital both in domestic and overseas markets by accurately representing the origin and quality of niche agricultural products.

Geographical Indications, also known as GIs, are forms of intellectual property protection designed to protect indications associated with a location. GIs provide consumers accurate information regarding the origin of a product, as well as promote local production and enhance competitiveness.

With its nearly 3, registered geographical indications, the European Union has. Härtel I., Zhong L. () The Right of Geographical Indications of Agricultural Products and Food. In: Härtel I. (eds) Handbook of Agri-Food Law Cited by: 1. Geographical indications in action.

From Switzerland’s Gruyère cheese to Mexico’s Tequila, geographical indications and appellations of origin are a common feature of everyday life. They not only provide a way for business to leverage the value of their geographically unique products, but also inform and attract consumers.

CREATING NEW VALUE FOR FOOD PRODUCTS WITH GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS (GI) Shinya Matano Asia, China & Oceania Dept., Global Economic & Political Studies Div., Mitsui & Co.

Global Strategic Studies Institute SUMMARY The GI Protection Act came into force in Japan in Since then, the number of products registered for. The article highlights relevant issues within the global debate on geographical indications, as they relate to food products.

Geographical indications, a form of intellectual property designated. Geographical indications (GIs) acquired global relevance in with their legal protection as an intellectual property right (IPR) in the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) of the World Trade Organization (WTO).2 The term GI was coined to encompass a variety of expressions already in use in other international treaties and national Author: Daniela Benavente.

Product Type State FROM APRIL Till Date Kandhamal Haladi Agricultural Odisha Rasagola Food Stuff OdishaKodaikanal Malai Poondu Agricultural Tamil Nadu Pawndum Handicraft Mizoram Ngotekherh Handicraft Mizoram. Use List of Geographical Indications of India -PDF Published on Wednesday, Febru Shweta Kashyap.

Native food products are associated with specific geographical indication and they belong to the higher price category because they contain added value and contribute to an increase in producers’ income, the development of the identity and distinctiveness of the region or country of origin.

Protection of geographical indications under EU law is granted to names that indicate geographical origin both inside and outside the EU. A number of geographical indications for food and drink products originating in the Crown dependencies, which are not part of the UK and not part of the EU, are also protected under EU law.

These are also listed in this article. A practical guide to the market in Egypt for European agri-food products and products with geographical indications - Study. This Handbook is intended to act as a reference for those agri-food producers planning for, or in the process of entering, the Egyptian market.

A geographical indication is a name or sign used on products which corresponds to a specific geographical location or origin. The use of a geographical indication, as a type of indication of source, acts as a certification that the product possesses certain qualities, is made according to traditional methods, or enjoys a certain reputation, due to its geographical origin.

Appellation of origin is a. Producing food products protected by a ‘geographical indication’ if there’s no Brexit deal Updated 19 December This guidance was withdrawn on 13 March Provenance of Australian food products: is there a place for Geographical Indications. Publication No.

15/ Project No. PRJ The information contained in this publication is intended for general use to assist public knowledge and discussion and to help. Geographical Indications (GIs) in U.S. Food and Agricultural Trade Congressional Research Service Summary Geographical indications (GIs) are place names used to identify products that come from these places and to protect the quality and reputation of a distinctive product File Size: KB.

Geographical indications are aimed at protecting regional food products that have obtained high quality and reputation as a result of unique farming methods and distinctive characteristics. The book explores how consumer and sensory science has been implemented in the food industry for achieving the following strategic aims: rejuvenating product image, shaping new market places, achieving market differentiation and geographical diffusion, achieving customer loyalty, promoting traditional features of the product and defining.

PROTECTION AND CONTROL OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS IN THE EU MEMBER STATES 4 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report is the result of a study on protection and controls of agricultural geographical indications, for which the EU Commission, Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI).

Controversy and sustainability for geographical indications and localized agro-food systems: thinking about a dynamic link “Let’s go back to the field” could have been another subtitle for this special section, which aims to consider and recognize local agro-food systems as complex and dynamic : Virginie Amilien, Pascale Moity-Maïzi.

Echols, Marsha () Geographical Indications for Food Products: International Legal and Regulatory Perspectives. Austin: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Felzensztein, Christian and Dinnie, Keith () ‘ The Effects of Country of Origin on UK Consumers’ Perceptions of Imported Wines ’, Journal of Food Products Marketing –Cited by: 6.

This book contributes to the literature on Geographical Indications (GIs) by providing key theoretical reflections from a five-year review process on the potential of GIs for agri-food products in Southern Africa.

The contributors reflect on diverse GI processes and dynamics which operate at the. Extension: Added GI Protections for Foods An International Register of Geographical Indications for Food Products The 'Clawback' of Generic and Semi-generic Names The Forum for Negotiations about Geographical Indications for Food Products Conclusion Bibliography Chapter Eleven Conclusions Cited by:.

characteristic of the product and its geographical origin. The Quality policy of the EU is based on the strong link between the product and its territory. Geographical Indications are a type of intellectual property.

PDO, PGI and TSG designations, linked to a region or to a production method, are protected from imitation and misuse of the name.04/04/ Geographical indication (GI) schemes help protect food products and produce that are characteristic to specific geographic areas.

Giving certain foods special labels that are linked to their place of origin can play a special role in promoting sustainable rural development, improving farm income, and widening export opportunities.

The article highlights relevant issues within the global debate on geographical indications, as they relate to food products. Geographical indications, a form of intellectual property designated by considering principally the place of origin of products, have become a hot topic among producers, activists, economists, and politicians by: 1.