Oranges, Kampot salt, golden silk, organic rice, and Ambok: Commerce Ministry.
Less than half of Kampot pepper harvested last year was sold in the traditional way.
Receiving GI status has done little to increase sales of Koh Trong Pomelo.
Oranges from Battambang and Pursat may be awarded geographical indication (GI) status.
Production of renowned Kampot pepper will increase substantially this year.
Champagne becomes the first foreign product to be awarded GI status.
Oranges grown in Pursat and Battambang might soon become the next Cambodian agricultural product to gain Geographical Indication status.
Demand for the pomelo grown in Kratie’s Koh Trong commune has spiked.
Kampong Speu province’s palm sugar will be recognised as a GI in the EU.
Obtaining GI status for Kampong Speu palm sugar in the EU suffers a setback.
Pomelo grown in Koh Trong is now the third Cambodian product to obtain GI status.
Salt from Kep may attain geographical indication status, after producer associations appeal to the Ministry of Commerce.
A Siem Reap community is adamant about getting global recognition for their unique fermented fish paste.
Geographical indication status is being sought for Siem Reap prahok fish paste after approval for a national standard.