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AUSTRIA

Publications

The Austrian Register on Traditional Knowledge in agricultural products and foods of Austria
http://www.traditionelle-lebensmittel.at
http://www.wipo.int/tk/en/laws/tk.html#other



BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Publications

Case studies on Quality Products Linked to Geographical Origin in Balkans 
http://www.foodquality-origin.org/documents/etudecasEuropeEst.pdf



CROATIA (Hrvatska)

Publications

Radman, M. Mesic, Z. Kovacic, D. 2006. Geographical indications in Croatia, A case study of Virovitica pepper. Food and Territories “ALTER 2006” Baeza (Jaén), Spain, October 18th – 21st, 2006. 27 p.



CYPRUS

Publications

Publications on GI and traditional food products can be found on the websites of the Technological University of Cyprus (Link: www.cut.ac.cy) and the Agricultural Research Institute (Link: www.ari.gov.cy)



CZECH REPUBLIC

Publications

  • Book “CZ MENU”. Author and editor: Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic, 2008,  ISBN 978-80-7084-756-5, 65 p. Languages: Czech, English, French. Available only in printed form. The book contains recipes from Czech Protected Agricultural Products and Foodstuffs.

  •  In preparation a leaflet with Czech GI and PDO products, which were registered till this date. It will be issued in 2010 year.



EUROPEAN UNION

Publications

Geographical Indication Handbook
http://ec.europa.eu/trade/creating-opportunities/trade-topics/intellectual-property/geographical-indications/
Part I. Geographical indications and TRIPs: 10 Years Later…A roadmap for EU GI holders to get protection in other WTO Members
http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/docs/2007/june/tradoc_135088.pdf
Part II. Protection of Geographical Indications in 160 countries around the world
http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/docs/2007/june/tradoc_135089.pdf



GERMANY (Deutschland)

Publications

Teuber, R. 2009. Producers' and Consumers' Expectations towards Geographical Indications - Empirical Evidence for Hessian Apple Wine 113th EAAE Seminar “A resilient European food industry and food chain in a challenging world”. Chania, Crete, Greece. 18 p. Available at
http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/58150/2/Teuber.pdf



GREECE

Publications

  • Traditional foods: Why and how to sustain them
A. Trichopoulou*, E. Vasilopoulou, K. Georga, S. Soukara and V. Dilis
Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Trends in Food Science & Technology 17 (2006) 498–504
Attachment 1
  • Traditional foods: a science and society perspective
Antonia Trichopoulou*,Stavroula Soukara and Effie Vasilopoulou1
Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, School of Medicine, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Trends in Food Science & Technology 18 (2007) 420e427
Attachment 2
  • The micronutrient content of traditional Greek foods
Effie Vasilopoulou • Antonia Trichopoulou
Mediterr J Nutr Metab (2009)
DOI 10.1007/s12349-009-0045-4

OTHER PUBLICATIONS – LEAFLETS
(from the final Word file,  and make the link with the Attachement 3):
  • "Womens’ Cooperations in Hellenic country side – Traditional Products" (*)
  • "Xinohontros – Trahanas" A Greek traditional product (Agricultural University of Athens) (*)
  • Mediterranean Diet , Supreme Scientific Health Council, Athens 2004 (*)



HUNGARY

Publications

The first source of information  on GI and traditional food linked to geographic origins for food and agriculture products is the website of the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (http://www.fvm.hu/main.php?folderID=1005).
 

Traditions-Tastes-Regions, TTR Collection is available in book and CD format and also is published on the website of the Agricultural Marketing Centre:  http://www.amc.hu/hu/node/18

Other publications:

Imola Kisérdi-Palló: Traditions-Tastes-Regions Program in Hungary and its Green Paper aspects http://www.qpc.cz/uploads/workshopy/Imola_Kiserdi.ppt
Agnes Kovacs: Hungarian Local Meat Products and Consumers’ Attitude http://www.qpc.cz/uploads/workshopy/agnes_kovacs.ppt

András Sebõk (2009): Chain approach to improve market access of traditional food products of SMEs; http://www.ifama.org/library.asp?collection=2009_budapest&volume=forum/Seboek.pdf

Pallóné Kisérdi I. (2003): A versenyképesség biztosításának új minõségi dimenziója az élelmiszergazdaságban EU csatlakozásunk szempontjából. Doktori (PhD) értekezés, BCE, Budapest, 2003

Pallóné Kisérdi I. (2005): New Quality Dimension of Competitiveness in Food Economy, Roots of Quality Conference, Corvinus University of Budapest, Conference CD , Hungary, 15, April, 2005.
 

Popovics A. (2009): A földrajzi helyhez kapcsolódó és a hagyományos magyar termékek lehetséges szerepe az élelmiszerfogyasztói magatartásban. Doktori Értekezés, Szent István Egyetem, Gödöllõ, 2009, 1-138.

Popovics, A. 2009. The possible role of the traditional Hungarian products and food related to a geographical area in the consumer behaviour. Szent István University Gödöllõ Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences. Thesis of Ph.D. dissertation. 35 p.

Szabó E.(2006): Az eredet- és minõségjelzõk alkalmazásának lehetõségei és feltételei a marketing-kommunikációban, PhD disszertáció, Corvinus Egyetem, 1-177, 2006

Szakály, Z (2009): A hazai fogyasztók bíznak a hungarikumokban_Vonzó egyedi receptúrák, tradíciók Élelmiszer, XVII. Évf. 7. szám, 38-39.

Szakály Z, Szente V, Szigeti O, Polereczki Zs: A Magyar szürke szarvasmarha és a mangalica húsának és termékeinek fogyasztói megítélése HÚS, 2009/1-2 p.37-43.

VÁRKONYI Gábor, KISÉRDI-PALLÓ Imola, Utilization possibilities of the Hungarian Conventional Foodstaffs: the „TRADITIONS-TASTES-REGIONS” program; ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/food/docs/varkony.pdf

Zobor, E. (2006):  A mezõgazdasági termékek és az élelmiszerek földrajzi árujelzõinek oltalma. (The protection of geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products and foodstuffs) EU Közösségi Konferencia “Az Európai Modell megvalósítása a védett földrajzi jelölésû, valamint a speciális tulajdonságú (hagyományos) élelmiszerekre”. márc. 30-31. Debrecen, XVII. Elelmiszer Minosegellenorzesi Tudomanyos Konferencia, apr. 24-25. Tihany, Konferencia kiadvany, EOQ MNB, pp. 96-107. ISBN 963 229 635 4.

Zobor, E. (2008): Hagyományos különleges termékek elismerése az Európai Unióban, XVI. Elelmiszer Minosegellenorzesi Tudomanyos Konferencia, apr. 24-25. Tihany, Konferencia kiadvany, EOQ MNB, pp. 191-199. ISBN 978-963-85514-5-0.

Zobor, E. (2009): Szigorúan védett imázs – Közösségi oltalom alatt a Budapesti téliszalámi. Élelmiszer, XVII. Évf. 5. szám, 38-39. http://www.elelmiszer.hu/cikk.php?id=4373
 



IRELAND

Publications


Food Safety Authority of Ireland. 2003. Information note on Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) & Traditional Speciality Guaranteed (TSG). 44 p.
Available at http://www.fsai.ie/uploadedFiles/About_Us/forums/artisan/PDO_PGI_TSG_Info_Note.pdf



ITALY

Publications

Information on geographic indication and traditional food can be retrieved on the website of the Foundation for the protection and the valorisation of quality agri-food products www.qualivita.it

Rosati, M. 2009. Qualigeo©Atlas European and non-European PDO, PGI, TSG agri-food products.     Fondazione Qualivita. Sienam Italy. 34 p. Available at http://www.qualivita.it



NORWAY

Publications

http://www.beskyttedebetegnelser.no/seksjoner/godkjente_produkter



ROMANIA

Publications

Todea, A. Oroian, I. Holonec, L. Arion, F. Mocanu, C. 2009. Legal Protection for Geographical Indications and Designations of Origin for Agricultural Products and Foodstuffs. Bulletin UASVM Horticulture, 66(2)/2009. 4 p. Available at http://journals.usamvcj.ro/horticulture/article/viewFile/4386/4077



SERBIA (Republic of Serbia)

Publications

Paus, M. 2008, Geographical Indications in Transition countries: Governance, vertical Integration and territorial Impact. Illustration with case studies from Serbia. Contributed Paper presented at IAMO Forum 2008. 16 p.

See also: Case studies on Quality Products Linked to Geographical Origin in Balkans
http://www.foodquality-origin.org/documents/etudecasEuropeEst.pdf



SWITZERLAND (Confederation of Helvetia)

Publications

There are no journals in terms of recurring publications. The following page contains information on the protected designations in Switzerland. It contains a guide outlining the procedure for submitting an application for registration: http://www.blw.admin.ch/themen/00013/00085/00094/index.html