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In this section, please find all the materials to be used in corresponding with the Consortium, as necessary, from subscription to DOP stamp application.

For additional forms or information please contact the Consortium as indicated in the Contact section, or fill in the "Additional information form".

You can download from the list below the forms that you may need to communicate with the Consortium:


pdfAttivita' confezionamento (8 K)

pdfAttivita' frantoio (8 K)

pdfAttivita' movimentazione (7 K)

pdfCampionamento Dop Lametia (31 K)

pdfComunicazione produzione (13 K)

pdfElenco terreni (4 K)

pdf(mdc3) Adesione consorzio olivicoltori (56 K)

pdf(mdc4) Adesione consorzio frantoi (56 K)

pdf(mdc5) Adesione consorzio confezionatori (56 K)

pdf(mdc6) Adesione consorzio intermediari (56 K)

pdf(mdc7) Richiesta analisi lotto confezionamento (183 K)

pdfModulistica rintracciabilita' (980 K)

pdfPiano di controllo (189 K)

pdfRichiesta confezionamento (13 K)

pdfRichiesta rilascio fascette (15 K)

pdfRichiesta stampa etichette (17 K)

pdfTabella dei controlli di conformita' (89 K)

pdfAllegato A - Richiesta di Ammissione (89 K)

pdfAllegato B - Vademecum.pdf (89 K)

pdfAllegato C - Denuncia di Previsione (89 K)

The Consortium’s corporate bodies are as follows:

General Assembly, President, Board of Directors, Board of Auditors.

General Assembly

The General Assembly comprises all the members and is the sovereign body of the Consortium. Only members who have no outstanding yearly membership fees can take part in the General Assembly.

Each member who has submitted a production report and/or certification has one vote and a number of votes based on the product quantity reported and/or certified in the preceding olive harvest campaign.

The General Assembly approves the annual account and the annual budget and appoints the Board of Directors and the Board of Auditors.



He is the legal representative of the Consortium. He is appointed by the Board of Directors. The current chair is Prof. De Lorenzo Francesco.

Board of Directors

It supervises the management of the business and affairs of the Consortium to assure the overall objectives of the organization are fulfilled. The current Board will hold office till March 2023. It includes:


President: Pierluigi Taccone

Vice President: Mariangela Costantino

Board member: Girolamo Filippone

Board member: Angelian D'Ippolito

Board member: Vincenzo Greco

Board of Auditors

President: Sebastiano Mazza

Board member: Caterina Ferraiolo

Board member: Clelia Iemma


strategie-consorzio-tutela-lametia-dopThe DOP “Lametia” extra virgin olive oil makes up for 7% of the national PDO extra-virgin olive oil production, and the Carolea olive variety is planted on over 50% of the olive-growing Catanzaro region, which accounts for 30% of the entire Calabrian olive oil-producing area.

As against those impressive figures, the farm size is tiny: about 47% of the farmers own less than 1 ha (0.5 ac).

The brilliant results of the exams performed by leading institutes and universities certify the high quality of our DOP “Lametia” extra virgin olive oil. Event the use of the old traditional methods is just as important. However, they are not enough to make our oil stand out among other Italian PDO products.

As a result, the oil has little visibility on the market and is still underpriced, both on the wholesale market and the retail market.

When De Lorenzo took office, he realized that the Consortium had to concentrate all efforts on improving communication, not only as a component of our promotional and marketing strategy, but also as a means to express our core vision and the values of the region we represent.

In his mind, a highly symbolic figure was to be identified to convey them. He found it in the oil drop.

<<An oil drop - De Lorenzo maintains – represents the intrinsic quality of our product, its taste and its conformity to the strict control and certification requirements. Moreover, the quality assurance criteria are impressed in the production processes, which do not mean much without the hard work of the people who get fruits and draw inspiration from the land they grow. Overall, an oil drop contains all that and even more. If you think about it, you can see it and find out for yourself. An oil drop can represent an idea, a project, and at the same time hope for the future.>>

controlli-qualita-olio-lametiaEC Council Regulation No. 510/2006 concerning the protection of geographical indications and designations of origin for agricultural products and foodstuffs sets forth that an agricultural product or foodstuff is eligible for a PDO or a PGI if it complies with the product specification (Art. 4); furthermore, it prescribes that compliance with the specification requirements is to be verified by competent authorities and/or control bodies (art. 10 and 11) accredited by the Member States.

Agroqualità certification body has published the guidelines governing the verification of compliance for The DOP Lametia extra virgin olive oil. Agroqualità carries out regular controls on the production site and the product, thereby ensuring its compliance with the DOP Lametia product specification.

The control commission and the Consortium also carry out verification and controls, which guarantees compliance of the whole DOP Lametia production process.

Overall, control and verification procedures include:

  • internal controls (self-control system): they include verification, registration, measurement and analyses, and are performed by olive growers, press owners, brokers and bottlers to ensure compliance with the control schedule and the verification guidelines as approved by the Ministry for Food, Agriculture and Forestry;

  • external controls (compliance check): they include checks of the relevant documents, on-site inspections and product tests, and are carried out by the certifying body.

The above control procedures ensure full compliance of both production processes and products.

Infringements include non-compliance with the specification, non-compliance with control duties by the designated authority, use of PDO references in the certification body’s name, and non-compliance with the primary control duties by the consortium.

It should be borne in mind that PDO product specifications often prescribe the use of traditional production methods and sets forth strict standards in order to guarantee consumers an excellent quality and traditional product obtained from indigenous raw materials.