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The Trademark
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D.O.P., I.G.P. and S.T.G products

D.O.P.: Protected Designation of Origin (P.D.O.), is the trademark of legal protection of the denomination that the European Union attaches to food with quality requirements depend essentially or exclusively from the territory in which they were produced for both natural and human factors. To get this mark all stages of production or processing of the product must take place in a specific geographic area in accordance with the specification and the original recipe. In the group we find specialty foods such as meats, cheeses, olive oil and some vegetables.

I.G.P.: Protected Geographical Indication
, is the trademark of origin that the European Union attaches to the agricultural and food products that have a given quality, reputation or other characteristic linked to the geographical origin, and the production, processing and/or prepared. To get the IGP then, at least one phase of the production process must take place in a particular area in the group, are mainly agricultural products such as fruits, vegetables, cereals and fresh meat.

S.T.G.: Traditional Specialty Guaranteed (T.S.G.)
, does not refer to the origin but the aim of enhancing a traditional composition of the product or a traditional method of production.

DOCG is the short version of Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita, a warranty mark used in Italy, about the wines, for to help who buy wines against fake wines or frauds. This warranty mark show the exact point where the wine was made. A wine before to be able to use the DOCG mark must pass many tests and have some qualities. Often these qualities are for example the little place where we can find the kind of wine, for example just a big hills of just a region in Italy.

DOC: Denominazione di Origine Controllata ("Controlled designation of origin") is a quality assurance label for Italian food products, especially wines and various cheeses (Denominazione di Origine Protetta). It is modelled after the French AOC. It was instituted in 1963 and overhauled in 1992 for compliance with the equivalent EU law on Protected Designation of Origin, which came into effect that year.

Indicazione Geografica Tipica is the second of four classifications of wine recognized by the government of Italy. Created to recognize the unusually high quality of the class of wines known as Super Tuscans, IGT wines are labeled with the locality of their creation, but do not meet the requirements of the stricter DOC or DOCG designations, which are generally intended to protect traditional wine formulations such as Chianti.
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