New winners of the prestigious and only internationally recognized label of tradition, autochthony and quality – Culinary Heritage – were presented at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management in Split.The new winners of the Culinary Heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County who join the group of 1505 members from 13 countries and 45 regions are the Uja Museum – Škrip, Olive Tavern – Vrisnik Jelsa, Boris Bratović Family Farm – Stari Grad, Mario Kuzmanić Family Farm – Supetar, school Split, Agricultural Cooperative Supetar, Mljekara Bosnić doo -Cista Provo.Culinary Heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County – Culinary Heritage, is a trademark of regional food and culinary tradition. Membership in Culinary Heritage provides an internationally recognized label and a unique quality standard and opens a number of new opportunities for presentation of indigenous products in tourism, domestic and international market. The main goal is to revive and develop the regions through the revival of culinary heritage, production of indigenous traditional products and their inclusion in the local hospitality and tourism offer and their joint presentation (logo, web, database, etc.) which ultimately results in increased competitiveness and visibility. international market.It is our one great treasure, and our indigenous food is what makes us different. It is precisely our trump card, in addition to the beauty of the country, to offer that taste of food and drink that is unique and that the guest will taste and carry the memory of it. We have to offer what guests will not be able to eat or drink anywhere ” Ivanka Luetić Boban points out the expert associate of JU RERA and adds that they want to include other counties in Croatia in this project, in order to promote our indigenous cuisine and wealth throughout Europe.All this has a strong impact on the development of agriculture, tourism, nature conservation and increasing employment of the local population, general care for the environment and human health and has a positive impact on demography. Split-Dalmatia County is the only county in Croatia that awards this unique label that guarantees quality, authenticity and tradition and preservation of culinary heritage.