Las Denominaciones de Origen y el Desarrollo LocalEl Caso de la DOP Jabugo(España)

  1. Antonio Pizarro-Gómez 1
  2. Tomás Escobar-Rodríguez 1
  3. Fco Javier García-Delgado 1
  1. 1 Universidad de Huelva

    Universidad de Huelva

    Huelva, España


Gobernanza, comunidades sostenibles y espacios portuarios
  1. Juan Antonio Márquez Domínguez (dir.)
  2. Mario Pineda Falconett (dir.)
  3. José Manuel Jurado Almonte (coord.)
  4. Olmedo García Chavarría (coord.)

Publisher: Asociación de Geográfos Españoles

ISBN: 978-84-126292-0-0

Year of publication: 2023

Pages: 871-895

Type: Book chapter


The Denominations of Quality (DC) arise in order to create a competitive framework for (traditional) producers and protection (guarantee) for consumers. From the perspective of producers, an instrument for local development has been seen in DC, materialized through Protected Designations of Origin (PDO) and Protected Geographical Indications (PGI), which has repercussions on producers (farmers and ranchers) and processors. (industry), but also on the image of the territory (sustainability, tradition...), tourist activities (which promote the demand for traditional products, carry out territorial marketing...). The central objective of this work is to establish a methodology based on interviews and questionnaires to intervening actors to determine the local development processes generated by the PDO Jabugo on the Sierra de Huelva region (Andalusia, Spain) from internal variables (business), contextual (environment), sectoral (of the Iberian pig sector and the meat industry) and the process of local development generated (as a result).