Kancha Golla of Natore: A GI-recognized Delight

Kancha Golla of Natore My News Bangladesh

Kancha Golla, a popular sweet merchandise made throughout the northwestern district of Natore, has secured recognition as a product with geographical indication (GI) from the Division of Patent, Industrial Design and Commerce Mark (DPDT).

“We have now now given the GI recognition to Kancha Golla because it’s part of our heritage. This could enable producers to commercialize the sweet product throughout the markets at home and abroad,” acknowledged DPDT Director Jellur Rahman.

With this, Kancha Golla turned the seventeenth product of Bangladesh that has to date acquired the GI standing.

GI Kancha Golla: Linking Product Qualities and Fame to Geographical Origins – WIPO

A GI is a sign used on merchandise that has a selected geographical origin and possess qualities or reputation that are on account of that origin, in step with the World Psychological Property Organisation.

To have the ability to function as a GI, a sign ought to set up a product as originating in a given place. In addition to, the qualities, traits, or reputation of the product have to be mainly due to the native land.

As a result of the qualities rely on the geographical place of producing, there is a clear hyperlink between the product and its authentic place of manufacturing, acknowledged the UN firm.

Kancha Golla, a beloved sweet from Natore, Bangladesh, has obtained geographical indication (GI) recognition, permitting its commercialization each domestically and internationally. This marks the seventeenth Bangladeshi product to attain this standing, signifying its distinctive origin-based qualities and heritage significance.

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