As of today, the “Lika Quality” label proudly bears 98 products

first_imgSo far, a total of 98 products have been approved for the use of Lika Quality Znaka in the following categories: milk and dairy products, cream, honey, jam, brandy, tea, juice, meat and meat products, vegetables, fruits and fruit products, bakery products , souvenirs and handicrafts.“When you see products with the Lika Quality brand on the shelves, be sure that they are high-quality groceries and souvenirs, locally produced, with a foothold in the production tradition. In addition to branding the gastro-destination, the Lika Quality Label will enable a significant presence of local products on the market. The next step in branding the destination is the certification of the restaurant with the Lika Quality Mark. Those restaurants that offer dishes prepared by Lika Quality groceries will be able to apply for the Public Invitation. ” They point out from the Lika LAG and add that in this way local producers and caterers, ie tourists, will be connected, who will soon be able to enjoy local certified groceries when visiting the destination.Related news: CROATIA HAS 19 REGISTERED PROTECTED PRODUCTS AT EU LEVEL, AND ANOTHER 10 ARE IN THE REGISTRATION PROCESS&lt;/p&gt;<br />
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&lt;p&gt; Lag Lika and Cluster Lika Destination is implementing a five-year project of the regional quality system “Lika Quality” which aims to brand the destination of Lika and the sub-Velebit coast (Lika Destination) as a globally recognizable and environmentally friendly destination with a developed system of self-sustainable economies.All with a clear vision of branding Lika as a unique tourist destination with an excellent indigenous and ecological gastronomic offer.The Quality Character logo is proudly worn by a group of 15 manufacturers  (Tomaić commerce doo, Medical, Eko Gacka, OPG Štajdohar Josip, OPG Turkalj Petar, OPG Shop Dragan, OPG Čačić Alenka, OPG Vlainić Ivan, OPG Hećimović Nikolina, OPG Rukavina Juraj, OPG Pezelj Anita, OPG Rončević Ivana, OPG Furlan Darko, Gačanka Otočac and Vegium doo), and today they were joined by more 22 manufacturers: Obrt „Golac“, OPG Bronzović Marinko, OPG Bogdanić Helena, OPG Priher Ivica, Agrovelebit doo, OPG Šimunić Berislav, Ženska akcija Saborsko, OPG Rast Milan, Lička štrudla Briks jdoo, Klaonica Cesarica, OPG Mašić Mićo, OPG Čubrić Brigita, Internacionalni ceramics center Atelje Janja Gora, OPG Balenović Nikola, OPG Miškulin Nikola, Poljo Lika doo, Pro Milk doo, OPG Ćubelić Ivica, Obrt „Plitvička štrudla“, OPG Keča Perica, OPG Pavičić Marijan and OPG Sabljak Ljubica.last_img read more

Oddschecker – Nations League innovation invigorates international football

first_img Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Related Articles MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 Share Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Share Inevitable anticipation accompanies the recommencing of club football, however thanks to UEFA’s much scorned Nations League tournament, this international break filled fans with the same excitement and elation that would normally only be associated with club football. It was formerly a regular feature of international breaks for games to fade to a conclusion, with both sides settling on what they had in the last 20 minutes, choosing to reserve energy for upcoming league ties. This is something that seems to have been eradicated with the introduction of relegations and three team groups, an idea that when first touted was criticised by most football fans. The increased significance of the games in this tournament was on display, not only in England’s heart-stopping comeback against Croatia, but also as Scotland edged out Israel to secure top spot at Hampden Park and when a youthful Holland side fought back from two goals down to condemn Germany to relegation. The heightened excitement in games over the international has predictably led to a spike in betting activity, both in-play, on pre-match markets and even on ante post betting for a period that bookmakers would have previously deemed a dry spell as far as punting goes. Oddschecker’s Callum Wilson gave us an insight into the popularity of the tournament, speaking after the England defeated Croatia, he revealed: “Over the last seven days, the team that has had the biggest stake of bet and greatest bet count is England in their game against Croatia. The game against the USA does not fare in the top five of these statistics, giving you a snapshot of the popularity that the Nations league has achieved compared to ‘regular’ international friendlies.”He also emphasised the elevated importance of the games has seen in-play betting become a more attractive prospect for punters: “In-play betting tends to lend itself in popularity to the game in question, rather than the style of match itself. “While the matches may receive more in-play betting than regular friendlies, this will be down more to the number of people watching than anything else. However, we have seen a higher volume of bets from the Three Lions’ game against Croatia than there were in England’s friendly against the USA.”Underlining the importance of the Nations League ante post element, he added: “We received a spike in activity on our Nations League outright page following the final whistle of yesterday’s game against Croatia, and the Three lions went into 5/2 to win the Nations League off the back of their dramatic win. It’s another market for punters and one that could hold significant value with the tournament in its embryonic stages.”The Nations League concludes in June, when the four winners of the top league, Portugal, Switzerland, Holland and England head to Portugal to contest a short knockout tournament to crown the inaugural Nations League winners.last_img read more

Bruins looking like champs

first_img How do you respond? That at UCLA you’d better be knocking at the Final Four door by your fourth season? “I don’t know who says we’re a year away,” he said. “Probably the same experts that didn’t think the Pac-10 had very good basketball teams.” But no one could have known this year’s freshman class would make such a significant impact. A year ago, Arron Afflalo, Jordan Farmar, Josh Shipp and Lorenzo Mata gave the Bruins one of the most highly regarded freshman classes in the country. The first three all became immediate starters. This year’s class was more of an unknown. Two players came via Cameroon, Luc Mbah a Moute and Alfred Aboya. Ryan Wright was from Canada. Darren Collison was a point guard who figured to get little time behind Farmar. Yet senior Cedric Bozeman, coming off knee surgery, sensed once he was cleared to practice and started playing with the freshmen and local pros during summer pickup games at UCLA, the Bruins were on to something. “I saw the talent that we had,” Bozeman said. “I started thinking about the players we had returning, and them mixing in with some veterans and thought once we had a chance to jell, we had a shot at something special.” Senior Ryan Hollins, the only other upperclassman who plays, saw it too. “We were three teams deep of guys that could play,” Hollins said. “That was something I’d never seen at UCLA. We were competitive and going at it. The freshmen were playing us neck-and-neck. There were no advantages in the battles. “A couple of pros came over to us and said, ‘You could have a Final Four team. With this talent, there’s no reason why you can’t go all the way.’ So I knew it was always possible.” They were on to it long before most of the college basketball world. The Bruins lost Shipp to hip surgery. Bozeman was moved from point guard to small forward. The 6-foot-7 Mbah a Moute, expected to be a small forward, moved to power forward when Aboya had knee surgery. It didn’t scream the makings of greatness, even after the Bruins started the season 20-6. “I really didn’t expect this was going to happen this year,” Collison said. “It surprised me a little bit. “But we worked so hard. When you are dedicated and sacrifice, things will surprise you. Everything is paying off now.” The lightning-quick Collison proved a spark plug, a dramatic change of pace off the bench. Mbah a Moute has started all but one game and been an inspiration. Aboya returned from knee surgery to provide depth in the frontcourt. Meanwhile, sophomores Afflalo and Farmar led the Bruins in scoring. The kids weren’t just all right, they were special. “We always thought it was a realistic possibility now,” Farmar said. “We weren’t saying we’re going to get better and play for the national championship next year. As long as we’re still in the fight, we had a chance to do it this year.” Florida coach Billy Donovan led the Gators to the championship game seven years ago at age 33, in which they lost to Michigan State. He longs to turn Florida into a national college basketball power, but few figured it would be this season when he returned only two starters. “I didn’t know what to expect,” Donovan said. But sophomores Joakim Noah and Taurean Green, and junior Lee Humphrey seamlessly joined returning starting sophomores Al Horford and Corey Brewer and the Gators jumped out to 17-0 start. They hit a 5-6 stretch in the middle of the season, but now have won their past 10. “The main piece has been their willingness to remain extremely unselfish, their ability not to embrace success,” Donovan said. “That’s the hardest thing that happens to a team when you get to 17-0. You can think it’s easy or that you have it all figured out. “They really remained very humble. They wanted to get better.” Two young teams battling for college basketball’s grand prize. And this might not be some one-time deal. With players jumping to the NBA early, college superstars seldom remain after their sophomore seasons. Donovan said he might avoid recruiting the top 25 national high school seniors in the future to concentrate on the next 75 who are more likely to stay with a program and graduate. “It’s been so long since we’ve had three or four guys in a junior or senior class,” he said. “We’ve always had young people.” Howland considers his current youth wave more a cycle. Anyway, that’s his hope. But for tonight, all is possible. Two teams arrive a year earlier than expected, raw no longer. And tonight youth will be served. “I know people say we’re a year away,” Bozeman said, “but we’re here now and enjoying the moment.” Steve Dilbeck’s column appears in the Daily News four times a week. He can be reached at stephen.dilbeck@dailynews.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! INDIANAPOLIS – It’s an early arrival. A rebirth for one and an ascent for another few saw coming. Not this year, anyway. Not right now. Not tonight. UCLA and Florida will meet for the NCAA men’s basketball championship tonight, and will play with rosters dominated by sophomores and freshmen, led by players still in their teens. They are basketball prodigies, pushed by strong-willed coaches, phenoms who have thrust themselves onto the national stage, ready or not. The Bruins start two sophomores and a freshman. Of the first four players off their bench, three are freshmen and one a sophomore. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event Florida lost its three leading scorers from last season. It starts four sophomores and three of its first four reserves are freshmen. If these teams were any younger, they’d have to be burped. They’d be at home watching Bert and Ernie, not absorbing game film in hotel rooms. This is Ben Howland’s third year at UCLA, his third season trying to return the storied Bruins to college basketball’s elite, though operating with only his second recruiting class. They have arrived a year earlier than expected, at least by most. “Did you think we’d make the Final Four in my fourth season?” asked Howland, making his razor-like eye contact. last_img read more