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  1. Canada : Guide on geographical indications in Canada - a practical business guide
    • Abstract: A geographical indication (GI) refers to a name, description or other signifier that is used to identify certain wines, spirits, agricultural products or food products as originating in the territory of a particular country, region or locality if a quality, reputation or other characteristic of the product is essentially linked to its geographical origin. Example of GIs include: Cognac, Scotch, Whisky, Sherry, Champagne, Parmigiano Reggiano, and Prosciutto di Parma.
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    • 27 June 2019
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF

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