Waterford is famous for its' Blaa, a soft white bread roll, that has a long connection to the city and county. Steeped in history, the Blaa has been traced back to the time of the Huguenots who introduced the Blaa back in the 17th century.. In 2013, the Waterford Blaa Bakers Association succeeded in getting PGI designation for the Waterford Blaa. PGI *** stands for Protected Geographical Indication, which essentially means that only Blaas made by specialist bakers in Waterford city and county can be called Blaas.
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