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protected designation of origin is only for foodstuff, and only for quality and origin. You can do the same cheese with de same flavour in Rochester, it will be Rochester´s Cheese, a kind of Roquefort cheese, but never authentic Roquefort.
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that thing is more complex than a simple term for a kind of cheese. It means an certain origin with a certain technique, process, and materials. A cheese made in Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, made with the original recipe, with native milk, and all the things that makes Roquefort-sur-Soulzon cheese a Roquefort cheese. PDO is a warranty of origin, and imposes lots of quality and manufacturing criteria to the manufacturer.
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