EU-Serbia : Tastes of Europe (1 videos)

Serbian producers should use the context of accession negotiations to protect the geographic origin of their food products on the EU level. Products such as “Leskovacki ajvar”, “Futoski kupus” or “Ariljska malina”are already protected nationally, but the European registration would bring an added value and protect from misuse. Filmed with producers in Vojvodina, Agriculture ministry in Belgrade, European Commission and association of European producers in Brussels.

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  • Country: Belgium, Serbia
  • Town: Brussels, Belgrade
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  • Commentary language: Multilingual
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Serbian producers should use the context of accession negotiations to protect the geographic origin of their food products on the EU level. Products such as “Leskovacki ajvar”, “Futoski kupus” or “Ariljska malina”are already protected nationally, but the European registration would bring an added value and protect from misuse. Filmed with producers in Vojvodina, Agriculture ministry in Belgrade, European Commission and association of European producers in Brussels.

This report is part of a special project Accession challenge, aimed at exploring main topics of Serbia's ongoing membership negotiations.

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