Some news regarding the sale of local rural products in Nabarra. The note comes to us via EITb:
The proximity of the producer to the market makes it possible to pick the Euskal Baserri products at their optimum ripening point.
"Euskal Baserri" (Basque Country House) is a brand that enables consumers to identify Basque fruits and vegetables, such as lettuce, kiwi fruit, pears, apples, leeks, walnuts, hazelnuts, and chards. These products have been produced with great care and attention, in small vegetable gardens or in farms near the Basque country houses. The proximity of the producer to the market makes it possible to pick the Euskal Baserri products at their optimum ripening point, thus preserving the characteristics of their flavour and allowing them to always arrive fresh at the sales point. These are some of the products you can find in some Basque markets:
Beans have a long-standing tradition in the Basque Country. Beans have been grown in our country houses for more than 500 years. They are high quality beans of carefully selected varieties which have been classified by professional tasters. The three most characteristic types are: Tolosa's beans, Alava's kidney beans, and Gernika's beans.
Euskal Okela (Basque Meat) is beef which has been certified with the Eusko Label-Kalitatea (Basque Quality Label) symbol, which complies with all the origin, health and quality requirements as defined in the technical rules that regulate these standards. Euskal Okela is exclusively sold from authorised butcher's and is easily recognised for its Eusko Label-Kalitatea.
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