The quality distinctions of autonomic regulation

The different autonomous communities regulate quality distinctions, both for craft products and others that exhibit characteristics of quality differ from outside the community, but within a regional regulatory environment.


Products with intrinsic characteristics that differentiate them qualitatively in relation to products of the same nature that are commonly regulated and / or with specific characteristics of traditional products that are not defined by the national or community regulations established in the rules governing the use of the mark. They comprise a wide range of products: meat, salted, dairy products, virgin olive oil, bakery products, pasta, vegetables, fruits and vegetables, honey, chocolates, ice cream, alcoholic beverages, vinegars, saffron, herbs and medicinal herbs … as long as they are produced by family businesses, individually and manually, ie: crafts, they accept the stamp of craft products, regulated by each of the Autonomous Communities. Each autonomous community has a particular stamp that we describe in the Quality Badges tab by region.


Managed by agencies of the Autonomous Communities according to the specifications of the Trademark Law, whose purpose is to guarantee the unique quality of food products that accredit it, complying with the requirements of the General Regulation of the Trademark and the specific rules to be applied. Dictate for each product, without prejudice to compliance with the requirements required by current legislation. Each autonomous community has certain stamps that we describe in the tab of Quality labels by region.

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