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The European Charter for Mountain Quality Food Products is now available in Bulgarian

The European Charter for Mountain Quality Food Products is a tool to mobilize a range of actors around concrete actions to promote and valorize mountain food products. The Charter aims to encourage the European Union to go further in the promotion of mountain quality food products.

Euromontana is currently collecting signatures among producers, consumers and organisations ahead of an event on the valorisation of mountain food products and the implementation of the new optional quality scheme for mountain products that will be organised in Brussels on the 18th October 2017 (more information soon available on Euromontana’s website)

The full text of the European Charter for Mountain Quality Food Products is now available in Bulgarian.
You can also find it in EnglishFrenchItalianSpanishGerman and Romanian.

If you are interested in signing the Charter, please click here.

If you would like to help us translate the Charter in your native language, please contact us by email at communication@euromontana.org or by phone at +32 (0)2 280 42 83.

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17 July 2017

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