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Products

Products with Protected Designations of Origin

Imokilly Regato

 

Products with Protected Geographical Indications

Timoleague Brown Pudding

Clare Island Salmon

Connemara Hill Lamb

Waterford Blaa/Blaa

 

 

 

“Oriel Sea Salt” and “Oriel Sea Minerals” - Protected Designation of Origin Applications

 

The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) has received applications from The Oriel Sea Salt Company Limited for Protected Designation of Origin status for two products  “Oriel Sea Salt “ and “Oriel Sea Minerals” under EU Regulation No 1151/2012.

‘Oriel Sea Salt’ and ‘Oriel Sea Minerals’ are the names given to sea salt and sea mineral salts harvested from the bay of Port Oriel, Clogherhead, Drogheda, County Louth.

On completion of the national consultation, the applications will be forwarded to the European Commission for review in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 1151/2012.

Interested parties have a period of 12 weeks ending on Friday, 6th of February 2015 to submit their comments in writing.  Anyone with a legitimate interest may lodge an objection.

Oriel Sea Salt Single Document (doc 54Kb) 

Oriel Sea Salt Specification (doc 4,042Kb) 

Oriel Sea Minerals Single Document (doc 59Kb) 

Oriel Sea Minerals Specification (doc 4,051Kb) 

Objection Procedure (doc 97Kb) 

 

 

Amendment to the Specification for "Connemara Hill Lamb/Uain Sléibhe Chonamara”

“Connemara Hill Lamb/Uain Sléibhe Chonamara” is an existing PGI which was registered on 16th of February, 2007. Amendments have been made to the specification clarifying the description of the product, the geographical area and the method of production.

On completion of the national consultation, the application will be forwarded to the European Commission for review in accordance with Council Regulation (EC) No 1151/2012.

Interested parties have a period of 12 weeks ending on Friday, 5th of December 2014 to submit their comments in writing. Anyone with a legitimate interest may lodge an objection.

 

Connemara Hill Lamb Single Document (doc 35Kb) 

Connemara Hill Lamb Specification (doc 5,899Kb) 

Objection Procedure (doc 97Kb) 

 

EU Products

There are more than 1000 names of agricultural products registered as PDO/PGI across the EU. The register of these names and indications is maintained centrally by the European Commission.

Click on the following link to view the current list of applications throughout the EU:

http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/quality/door/list.html