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Alphanumeric code

Article 1 of the Decree of 10 October 2007 of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry foresees the obligation to specify on the label of the extra virgin and virgin olive oil not only the origin of the olives, but also the place where the mill, in which the olives were grinded, is located.

This is an important measure for the "Made in Italy" which grants the traceability of the origin of the olive oil thus protecting consumers and helping stop fraud and counterfeiting.

Those firms who deal with storage and packaging of the olive oil must be provided with a code for the regional identification, an alphanumerical identification that shows the abbreviation of the province of location and a sequence number that is assigned according to the chronological order of grant of the code. The Region has established procedures and forms needed for the recognition of the oil mills through resolution no. 584 of 30 May 2008.

Compulsory and essential for packing firms is the registry Load-Unload, too (Executive Decree of February 5, 2008). It is previously endorsed by the ICQ (Central Inspectorate for the Quality Control of the Agricultural and food products) which is responsible for the territory; it must be drafted for each factory and warehouse and you have to write down each type of incoming or outgoing oil, movements, origins and destinations.

  • Resolution no. 584 of 30 May 2008;
    • Standards for the recognition of firms which have packaging machines for extra virgin and virgin olive oils, in accordance with EC Regulation no. 1019/2002; enrollment procedure for the Regional List and assignment of the alphanumeric code;
    • Application for the recognition and alphanumerical identification of the packaging machines for extra virgin and virgin olive oils;
  • Ministerial Decree of 10 October 2007 - Rules on compulsory information to be put on the label of the virgin and extra virgin olive oil;
  • Executive Decree of 5 February 2008 - Application methods for the control of the labeling of olive oil;
  • Ministerial Newsletter - Marketing rules for olive oils (forms in the Mills Register).