Protected food name: West Wales coracle caught sewin
- Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
- Part of:
- Protected food name scheme: UK applications being considered and Food labelling and safety
- First published:
- 9 March 2015
An application for West Wales coracle caught sewin to get PGI status.
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This document provides detail on a food product from the UK, West Wales coracle caught sewin, which is being considered under the EU protected food names scheme.
We have applied to the EU to get Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status for this product. We submitted the application on 11 November 2013.
The EU protected food name scheme covers regional and traditional foods whose authenticity and origin can be guaranteed.
The EU will only give a product the PGI mark if they decide it has a reputation, characteristics or qualities that are a result of the area it’s associated with.
Published: 9 March 2015