Special process certificate and identification of

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Special process certificate and identification of French agricultural products

special process certificate

this certificate was established in accordance with the decree of December 30, 1988 and has been implemented in accordance with the regulations of July 25, 1990. It proves that a food or non edible and non processed agricultural product meets some special quality requirements, or meets the expected special process requirements such as production, packaging, source and so on

these special quality requirements are composed of objective, measurable, detectable and effective standards. Specific manufacturers refine these standards into their own production process rules

after passing the review of the national label certification committee, the certificate will be issued by the certification body recognized by the national authorization Committee. The label of such products will indicate the name of the certification authority and some special quality conditions of the certified products. Different from the "red label", the experimental results can be processed, stored and printed according to the requirements of relevant national standards. This kind of products do not have a unified official mark to determine the identity of products, but only the corresponding signs created by some professional organizations, such as:

"quality inspection King label" (AQC), founded and issued by the certification system Promotion Association (cepral), mainly for agricultural products and food

"quality inspection standard label" (CQC), founded and issued by interb, mainly meat products

after 1994, the place of origin of products can also be included in the special process certificate as a standard, and this application procedure and all legal requirements should fully comply with the provisions of the EU ceen2081/92 decree "protected geographical indications (IGP)". Naming certificate of origin AOC products with this label refer to products named by the origin and whose quality is protected. It refers to the close relationship between products and a specific region. The unique geological conditions, agronomic methods, climatic characteristics, and unique farming and management methods of a specific region have cultivated a product of high quality that has been well-known for a long time, and has been included in the protection of origin naming after inspection. This named product of origin has been recognized by the European Union and the world at present

founded in 1935, the National Institute for geographical naming (INAO) of France is a public institution entrusted by the French government to put forward suggestions to government agencies to give AOC recognition to certain suitable products, supervise their implementation, and protect their intellectual property rights locally and internationally. In addition to production factors, the terms of rational allocation of resources, environmental protection and sustainable development have also been included in the regional naming of tensile experiments applicable to rubber, plastics, textiles, waterproof materials, wires and cables, ropes, wires, rods, plates and other materials, which does not affect the accuracy of consideration. Obtaining the naming right of origin requires a long-term and complex process, which requires inspection, expert review, public evaluation, and the evaluation opinions of four professional committees under INAO. At the same time, it also needs to be recognized by the French national label certification Commission, which often takes several years. This label was first used on wine, and then gradually extended to other products. France has a long history of wine production technology, most of which are named by Guanzhi origin. According to statistics, the wine output value of AOC in France reached 15.6 billion euros, accounting for 85% of the total output value of all wine categories. The output value of AOC's spirits reached 1.5 billion euros, which is the largest surplus in French agricultural exports

this naming system of origin initiated by France has been recognized and promoted by the European Union. In 1992, the European Union issued a decree to establish a regional name protection system. There are two kinds: protected appellation of origin (AOP) and protected geographical indication (IGP). Relevant French laws and regulations stipulate that only AOC can directly become the AOP in this system, and only the national high quality commodity label (label) and relevant equivalent certificates can be protected under the EU I experimental speed: 5 mm/mingp. The former mainly deals with alcohol, while the latter covers other agricultural products, which makes the naming protection of agricultural products a big step forward. The multilateral agreement on geographical indications under the framework of the WTO in 1994 has made its continuous development and intellectual property rights more widely protected by law

at present, due to the strong competition from Italy and other countries, French alcohol products have been greatly challenged. INAO is planning to create a two-tier classification system, namely standard AOC and a newly established higher-level aoce. The standard AOC is similar to the current AOC, which ensures that the grapes used to make wine come from a specific region. Aoce must be based on the taste results of wine to further ensure that wine reaches a standard "excellent", that is, excellent level, in order to create a higher wine quality mark

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