Yen Bai: 37 products registered for intellectual property protection

  •  Monday, December 19, 2022

YBO - Yen Bai has 37 specialties and key products registered for intellectual property protection, including 10 geographical indication-registered products, 17 trademark-certificated products, and 10 products registered for collective trademark.

Dai Minh pomelo
Dai Minh pomelo

A number of concentrated, intensive and large-scale production areas have been developed in the locality, including a cinnamon growing area with a total area of over 81,000 ha, nearly 10,000 ha of tao meo (docynia), 10,000 ha of fruit trees, over 1,000 ha of mulberry.

Other key products of the locality are Tu Le sticky rice of Tu Le commune, organic Shan tea of Van Chan and Tram Tau district, Dai Minh pomelo, Lam Thuong duck, and various types of medicinal plants.

The geographical indication-registered products include Van Yen cinnamon, Muong Lo rice, Shan Tuyet tea in Suoi Giang (Van Chan), among others. Meanwhile, the trademark-certificated products are Mu Cang Chai docynia, Dai Minh pomelo (Yen Binh), and Lam Thuong duck, and others

Luc  Yen orange, Gioi Phien vermicelli and Han Da green tea are three among the products registered for collective trademark.

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