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OTHER ACTS
 EUROPEAN COMMISSION
 Publication of an application pursuant to Article 6(2) of Council Regulation (EC) No 510/2006 onthe protection of geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products andfoodstuffs
 (2010/C 311/09)This publication confers the right to object to the application pursuant to Article 7 of Council Regulation(EC) No 510/2006 (
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 ). Statements of objection must reach the Commission within six months from the dateof this publication.
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 COUNCIL REGULATION (EC) No 510/2006‘PORC D’AUVERGNE’EC No: FR-PGI-0005-0697-02.06.2008PGI ( X ) PDO ( )
 1.
Name:
 ‘Porc d'Auvergne’2.
Member State or Third Country:
 France3.
Description of the agricultural product or foodstuff:
 3.1.
Type of product:
 Class 1.1. Fresh meat (and offal)3.2.
Description of product to which the name in (1) applies:
 Porc d’Auvergne pigs are outdoor-reared pigs whose meat is characterised by its firmness, its homo
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geneous red colour, being neither light nor dark, and its white and firm residual back fat. Once cooked,porc d’Auvergne meat is characterised by a tender and juicy texture, with a pleasant taste typical of agood pig. Porc d’Auvergne pigs are slaughtered at a minimum age of 26 weeks. The carcasses have ahot weight of at least 75 kg. The muscle ratio is between 53 and 64. Porc d’Auvergne is sold as wholecarcasses, half-carcasses, wholesale following a primary cut or in pieces following a secondary cut or inthe form of consumer portions. It can be sold fresh or frozen.3.3.
Raw materials (for processed products only):
 3.4.
Feed (for products of animal origin only):
 From the age of 12 weeks, its feed is made up of at least 75 % cereals or cereal-based products andmust contain less than 1,7 % linoleic acid.
EN
 C 311/18 Official Journal of the European Union 16.11.2010
 (
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 ) OJ L 93, 31.3.2006, p. 12.
 
Manioc and sweet potato are prohibited.3.5.
Specific steps in production that must take place in the identified geographical area:
 The processes of farrowing, weaning and fattening porc d’Auvergne pigs are carried out in thegeographical area of the porc d’Auvergne PGI consisting of 1 808 municipalities (cf. § 4.).3.6.
Specific rules concerning slicing, grating, packaging, etc.:
 3.7.
Specific rules concerning labelling:
 When porc d’Auvergne is sold fresh or frozen in a shop, the consumer must be able to discern theorigin of the animal. To that end, a label for the consumer's attention must refer to the product underthe ‘porc d’Auvergne’ PGI.The label must comprise inter alia:— the words ‘porc d’Auvergne’. If appropriate, these words can be included in the collective mark;— the logo of the collective mark;— the logo of the quality and origin identification sign.4.
Concise definition of the geographical area:
 The geographical area of the porc d’Auvergne PGI consists of the cantons and municipalities of:— for Allier (03): all cantonsfor Puy de Dôme (63): all cantons, except the municipalities of Aigueperse, Aubiat, Aulnat, Bas-et-Lezat, La Bourboule, Bussières-et-Pruns, Cellule, Chappes, Chastreix, Chavaroux, Le Cheix, Clerlande,Effiat, Égliseneuve-d’Entraigues, Ennezat, Entraigues, Espinchal, Gerzat, La Godivelle, La Tour-d’Auvergne, Lussat, Malintrat, Les Martres-d’Artière, Les Martres-sur-Morge, Mont-Dore, Mont
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pensier, La Moutade, Murat-le-Quaire, Pessat-Villeneuve, Picherande, Pont-du-Château, Saint-André-le-Coq, Saint-Beauzire, Saint-Clément-de-Régnat, Saint-Donat, Saint-Genès-Champespe,Saint-Ignat, Saint-Laure, Sardon, Surat, Thuret, Varennes-sur-Morge, Villeneuve-les-Cerfs— for Haute Loire (43): all cantons— for Cantal (15): all cantons, except the municipalities of Anglards-de-Salers, Apchon, Badailhac,Brezons, Cheylade, Le Claux, Collandres, Dienne, Le Falgoux, Le Fau, Fontanges, Giou-de-Mamou,Girgols, Jou-sous-Monjou, Lacapelle-Barres, Laroquevieille, Lascelle, Laveissière, Lavigerie, Malbo,Mandailles-Saint-Julien, Marmanhac, Pailherols, Polminhac, Raulhac, Saint-Bonnet-de-Salers, Saint-Cernin, Saint-Chamant, Saint-Cirgues-de-Jordanne, Saint-Clément, Saint-Étienne-de-Carlat, Saint-Hippolyte, Saint-Jacques-des-Blats, Saint-Martin-Valmeroux, Saint-Paul-de-Salers, Saint-Projet-de-Salers, Saint-Simon, Saint-Vincent-de-Salers, Salers, Thiézac, Tournemire, Trizac, Le Vaulmier,Velzic, Vic-sur-Cère, Yolet— for Nièvre (58):— Canton of Dornes: municipalities of Dornes, Toury-sur-Jour— Canton of Fours: municipalities of Charrin, Montambert, Saint-Hilaire-Fontaine— for Saône et Loire (71):— Cantons of Bourbon-Lancy, Digoin, Gueugnon, Issy-l’Evêque: all municipalities— Canton of Marcigny: municipalities of Artaix, Bourg-le-Comte, Céron, Chambilly, Chenay-le-Châtel, Melay, Montceaux-l’Étoile, Vindecy  — Canton of Paray-le-Monial: municipality of L’Hôpital-le-Mercier— for Loire (42):— Cantons of Noirétable, La Pacaudière, Saint-Bonnet-le-Château, Saint-Georges-en-Couzan, Saint-Haon-le-Châtel, Saint-Jean-Soleymieux, Saint-Just-en-Chevalet: all municipalities— Canton of Boën: municipalities of Ailleux, Boën, Cezay, Débats-Rivière-d’Orpra, L’Hôpital-sous-Rochefort, Leigneux, Marcilly-le-Châtel, Marcoux, Pralong, Saint-Laurent-Rochefort, Saint-Sixte,Trelins
EN
 16.11.2010 Official Journal of the European Union C 311/19
 
— Canton of Firminy: municipality of CaloireCanton of Montbrison: municipalities of Bard, Écotay-l’Olme, Essertines-en-Châtelneuf,Lérigneux, Lézigneux, Roche, Saint-Thomas-la-Garde, Verrières-en-Forez— Canton of Roanne-Nord: municipalities of La Bénisson-Dieu, Briennon, Mably — Canton of Roanne-Sud: municipalities of Lentigny, Ouches, Pouilly-les-Nonains, Riorges, Saint-Jean-Saint-Maurice-sur-Loire, Saint-Léger-sur-Roanne, Villemontais, Villerest— Canton of Saint-Germain-Laval: municipalities of Amions, Bully, Dancé, Grézolles, Luré,Nollieux, Saint-Germain-Laval, Saint-Georges-de-Baroille, Saint-Julien-d’Oddes, Saint-Martin-la-Sauveté, Saint-Paul-de-Vézelin, Saint-Polgues, Souternon— Canton of Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert: municipality of Chambles— for Ardèche (07):— Canton of Annonay-Sud: municipality of Saint-Julien-Vocance— Canton of Coucouron: municipalities of Coucouron, Issarlès, Lachapelle-Graillouse, Lespéron— Canton of Montpezat-sous-Bauzon: municipality of Le BéageCanton of Saint-Agrève: municipalities of Devesset, Mars, Saint-Agrève, Saint-André-en-Vivarais— Canton of Saint-Martin-de-Valamas: municipalities of Borée, La Rochette, Saint-Clément— Canton of Satillieu: municipality of Saint-Pierre-sur-Doux— for Lozère (48):— Cantons of Aumont-Aubrac, Châteauneuf-de-Randon, Fournels, Grandrieu, Langogne, LeMalzieu-Ville, Nasbinals, Saint-Amans, Saint-Alban-sur-Limagnole, Saint-Chély-d’Apcher: allmunicipalitiesCanton of Marvejols: municipalities of Antrenas, Le Buisson, Gabrias, Recoules-de-Fumas, Saint-Laurent-de-Muret, Saint-Léger-de-Peyre— Canton of Mende-Nord: municipalities of Le Born, Chastel-Nouvel, Pelouse— Canton of Saint-Germain-du-Teil: municipalities of Les Hermaux, Les Salces, Trélans— Canton of Villefort: municipality of La Bastide-Puylaurent— for Aveyron (12):— Cantons of Aubin, Decazeville, Entraygues-sur-Tuyère, Espalion, Mur-de-Barrez, Saint-Amans-des-Cots: all municipalities— Canton of Capdenac-Gare: municipality of Bouillac— Canton of Conques: municipalities of Conques, Grand-Vabre, Noailhac, Saint-Félix-de-Lunel,Sénergues— Canton of Estaing: municipalities of Campuac, Coubisou, Estaing, Le Nayrac, Sébrazac— Canton of Laguiole: municipalities of Montpeyroux, Soulages-Bonneval— Canton of Saint-Geniez-d’Olt: municipalities of Aurelle-Verlac, Pierrefiche, Pomayrols, Sainte-Eulalie-d’Olt, Saint-Geniez-d’Olt— Canton of Sainte-Geneviève-sur-Argence: municipalities of Cantoin, Graissac, Sainte-Geneviève-sur-Argence, Vitrac-en-Viadène— for Lot (46):— Cantons of Figeac-Est, Sousceyrac, La Tronquière: all municipalities— Canton of Bretenoux: municipalities of Belmont-Bretenoux, Cahus, Cornac, Estal, Gagnac-sur-Cère, Glanes, Laval-de-Cère, Teyssieu— Canton of Figeac-Ouest: municipality of Figeac-Ouest
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 C 311/20 Official Journal of the European Union 16.11.2010

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