Certificate Piedmont P.G.I. hazelnuts
The term protected geographical indication, better known with the acronym P.G.I., indicates a mark of origin that is attributed by the European Union to those agricultural and food products for which a certain quality, reputation or other characteristic depends on the origin. geographical, and whose production, transformation and / or processing takes place in a specific geographical area.
Therefore, to obtain the P.G.I. certification, at least one phase of the production process must take place in a particular area. Those who produce P.G.I. must comply with the strict production rules established in the production disciplinary. Compliance with these rules is guaranteed by a specific control body (INOQ).
We have been cultivating Piedmont P.G.I. hazelnuts for generations, respecting the environment and sustainability. We produce artisanal sweets, such as the classic hazelnut cake (also called Cortemilia cake) or the more original Nocciolatini.
Scoiattolo Rosso farm is organizing to adhere to the strict regulations of organic production.
Starting this year 2022 with the necessary three years of conversion from conventional to organic farming.
Probably by 2025 we will also have the certification of “organic farming company”.
We will be a Scoiattolo Rosso Piedmont P.G.I. organic Hazelnuts.
Further guarantee, for our loyal customers and our territory, of a healthy product made with respect for nature.
Piedmont P.G.I. hazelnut brand