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En filière fromagère AOP, les conditions de production dans les cahiers des charges et leurs conséquences pour les exploitations

Abstract : One of the basic problems with the 'Protected Labels of Origin' is the link between the product and the environment. In cheeses, this link is via the feeding of the dairy animals and involves the questioning of the global conditions of milk production. For the production and processing of cheeses, a synthetic approach has been chosen regarding dairying, that combines scientific data and common-sense data. The definition of these conditions rests on the aptitude of those involved in the cheese production of following together with discernment the history of the product and of its production. The producers with a 'Protected Label of Origin' are presented with proposed operational sequences that are not always without technical risks. The consideration of all the production conditions described in the 32 revised specifications for cow, ewe or goat cheeses clearly shows the convergence of the chosen regulations and the reaffirmed place of grass in the forage systems. Three operational sequences are given a detailed analysis.
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Anne A. Farruggia, Pierre Parguel, Sophie Hulin, Jean-Luc Reuillon, Dominique Pomiès, et al.. En filière fromagère AOP, les conditions de production dans les cahiers des charges et leurs conséquences pour les exploitations. Fourrages, 2009, 199, pp.311-329. ⟨hal-02664176⟩

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