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Production volumes of the Italian PDO Cheeses

LOGO UE DOP This page provides the table and related chart of the Italian PDO cheeses production.
You may notice that the list indicates a large number of PDO cheeses .

This is mainly due to the following reasons:
  • The various PDO cheese types have different fine tastes thus allowing the preparation of a large number of regional delicatessen;
  • The PDO cheeses have various regional origins thus giving to each cheese product a specific link with its production area;
  • The ability to put in place various processing techniques (from milk into different types of cheese) always aiming at a high quality level of the cheese product.
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  Production's volumes of the Italian PDO cheeses
Tons
 
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 ± on 2021
Grana Padano V 190.353 190.558 199.292 203.606 203.290 202.051 -0,61%
Parmigiano Reggiano V 147.125 147.692 149.857 157.482 163.647 160.097 -2,17%
Gorgonzola V 56.793 58.192 60.309 61.205 63.106 60.580 -4,00%
Asiago V 20.778 20.808 20.682 23.065 21.969 20.842 -5,13%
Taleggio V 8.870 8.802 8.806 8.369 8.674 8.792 +1,36%
Provolone Valpadana V 5.920 6.159 6.660 7.350 7.419 7.185 -3,15%
Montasio V 5.788 6.449 6.104 6.757 6.255 5.686 -9,10%
Fontina V (e) 3.536 (e) 4.272 4.006 4.000 4.000 3.404 -14,90%
Quartirolo Lombardo V 3.099 2.958 2.911 3.026 2.791 2.718 -2,62%
Squacquerone di Romagna V 1.696 1.480 1.475 1.932 2.133 1.930 -9,52%
Piave 4 V 2.134 2.295 1.851 2.430 1.980 1.788 -9,70%
Valtellina Casera V 1.353 1.382 1.586 1.703 1.583 1.489 -5,94%
Caciocavallo Silano V 783 859 932 1.246 1.263 1.433 +13,46%
Stelvio V 1.282 1.391 1.357 1.252 1.240 1.242 +0,16%
Toma Piemontese V 986 1.018 1.042 920 969 1.112 +14,76%
Monte Veronese V (e) 800 (e) 859 857 937 818 749 -8,44%
Raschera V 681 794 702 597 571 607 +6,30%
Bra V 566 612 626 535 498 521 +4,62%
Casatella Trevigiana V 470 446 405 455 403 423 +4,96%
Puzzone di Moena V (e) 365 (e) 380 385 360 382 364 -4,71%
Ragusano 3 V 190 191 175 210 295 261 -11,42%
Salva Cremasco V 259 257 241 224 276 228 -17,39%
Castelmagno V 213 213 214 169 199 212 +6,53%
Formai de Mut V 62,3 57,6 61,0 58,0 62,1 61,4 -1,08%
Spressa delle Giudicarie V (e) 30,0 (e) 59,0 43,0 18,0 29,0 26,0 -10,34%
Ossolano V n.p. 0,0 12,2 14,1 15,4 12,0 -22,08%
Valle d'Aosta Fromadzo V (e) 6,3 (e) 12,0 12,0 12,0 10,0 13,0 +30,00%
Nostrano Valtrompia V 14,7 11,6 8,6 7,1 6,3 12,0 +90,48%
Provolone del Monaco V n.p. n.p. n.p. n.p. n.p.   -
Bitto (10% C) M 245 254 226 210 216 186 -13,89%
Robiola di Roccaverano M 128 139 148 151 141 148 +4,96%
Casciotta d'Urbino (70% P) M 184 169 121 124 116 78,0 -32,82%
Murazzano (60% P) M 19,4 15,0 12,8 14,8 15,0 13,0 -13,33%
Total 454.729 458.785 471.120 488.439 494.372 484.264 -2,04%*
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 ± on 2021
Mozzarella di bufala campana B 47.032 49.398 50.176 50.677 53.766 55.815 +3,81%
Total 47.032 49.398 50.176 50.677 53.766 55.815 +3,81%*
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 ± on 2021
Pecorino Romano 1 P 27.856 34.183 26.939 30.909 34.282 32.602 -4,90%
Pecorino Toscano P 3.562 3.344 3.205 3.533 3.373 2.934 -13,02%
Pecorino Sardo P 1.625 1.800 2.000 2.181 1.832 1.700 -7,21%
Fiore Sardo 2 P 735 679 981 1.104 981 506 -48,42%
Pecorino Siciliano 3 P 66,6 61,0 87,0 38,0 61,0 110 +79,67%
Canestrato Pugliese P n.p. n.p. n.p. n.p. n.p.   -
Pecorino di Filiano P n.p. n.p. n.p. n.p. n.p.   -
Total 33.845 40.067 33.212 37.765 40.529 37.852 -6,61%*
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 ± on 2021
Formaggella del Luinese C 10,0 13,0 10,0 6,7 7,5 4,7 -37,76%
Total 10 13 10 7 8 5 -37,76%*
Last update: 2023-10-12
(e): estimated value
(p): partial value
* change from the same products of previous year
1 Cheese production season (from October to July)
2 Cheese production season (from November to May)
3 Cheese production season (from November to December)
4 Since 21st May 2010, the Italian Piave cheese has received the Protected Designations of Origin (P.D.O.) status; production on 2010 refer to the period from June to December 2010.

V: cow's milk;   P: sheep milk;   B: cow buffalo's milk;   C: goat milk;   M: mixed milk
Source: Consorzi Tutela, CORFILAC Ragusa, ISMECERT, Bioagricoop Bologna, Lattebusche, Mila, CSQA Thiene
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