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ONION OF ROSCOFF

Our specialty

LABEL AOP

Since 2009, the Onion Roscoff is recognized as an AOC. This reward 15 years of hard work by the defense of the Union. In 2013, the Onion Roscoff becomes a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin).
But what is the difference between the two? The only difference is the scope of the term: one is French (AOC), the other European (PDO).

But what does that mean?

– The entire production process must take place on specific geographical area (click for map-producing lands)

– The INAO identifies and certifies the best plots for growing onions

– No anti-germ treatment, the product is preserved naturally

– A product cleaned by hand once harvested, which verifies the quality of onions

– Many controls throughout the year validate the label

To summarize: in a given geographic area, men have developed expertise giving typical products linked to a unique terroir.

For more information on the label is here:

www.inao.gouv.fr/Les-signes-officiels-de-la-qualite-et-de-l-origine-SIQO/Appellation-d-origine-protegee-Appellation-d-origine-controlee

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CONDITIONING

The onion braid

This is the traditional presentation of the Roscoff onion. The Johnnies were using boots (braids today) to more easily transport the onions on their shoulders and on their bikes. In addition, the tight onion and keeps better because it prevents the growth of the germ.

The bulk

For big eaters, you can leave with your onion bag; quantity, caliber ... it's yours!

The 'kergusine'

This unique braid and 'made in Kergus mixing 3 alliums: garlic, onion and shallot. Find also the headlights 3 ingredients in the kitchen together in a single braid.

PRODUCTS FARM KERGUS

OTHER PRODUCTIONS

Shallots in bulk or braid
Garlic
Potatoes
artichokes

THE CONSERVATIVES +

Once purchased, do not forget to remove the onions or shallots their bags. Put them in a crate in a dry, airy place.

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