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European Charter of mountain food products

Are you looking for the updated Charter?

In 2016, we updated the 2005 European Charter for Mountain Quality Food Products. Information about the new Charter can be found here and you can sign the new Charter here. Thank you for supporting mountain food products.

What is the European Charter for Mountain Quality Food Products ?

It’s an European policy charter which translates the intention of its signatories to characterise, protect and promote mountain quality food products and thus to contribute to the sustainable development of the economies and territories of Europe’s mountain regions.

The Charter was elaborated following the research project on quality food products 2002-2004 coordinated by Euromontana. The Charter has been approved by the members of the board of director of Euromontana. The launch of the Charter and the official signing ceremony took place on the 7th December in the European Parliament, in Brussels.
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Download the European charter for mountian food products

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What is the purpose?

This Charter addresses economic development and policy objectives which are:

  • the better identification of these quality mountain products in the market.
  • the recognition and promotion of the role of farmers and enterprises that produce in the mountain areas in Europe.

For a better understanding of the bases and the issues of the Charter, an explaination document has been created.

  • Download the communication document of the Charter: en   es   fr   it

Who can sign this Charter?

The signatories of this Charter could be any legal persons incorporated under public or private law, working or involved in the area of local development, environment, agricultural production, food processing, distribution, commercialisation or consumption or any bodies defending the interests of mountain regions.

How to sign the Charter?

If you are interested in signing the Charter, contact Euromontana:

  • by mail: 2, place du champ de mars, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgique
  • by fax: 00 32 2 280 42 85
  • by scan: info@euromontana.org

For additional information, contact Marie Clotteau: info@euromontana.org

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