Parmigiano Reggiano: Parmigiano Reggiano (often French as Parmesan), is the designation of origin of an Italian cow's milk cheese, made in a limited area of Emilia-Romagna, south of Lombardy.
Since June 12, 1996, the appellation Parmigiano Reggiano has been preserved in the European Union by a PDO. The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled in 2008 that this was also the case for its Parmesan translation.
History of Parmigiano Reggiano: Where it o ...
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