Greece's development ministry unveiled the proposals for a 'Greek label' to be used on products and services - a ship, a heart and an ancient column, the Athens News Agency-Macedonian Press Agency reported.
The proposals will be subject to public debate for 15 days. The ministry is expected to adopt a final decision on the wording of the label within a month, making it possible for companies to start applying for certification as of May.
A fee may be charged for carrying the label, depending on the category of product and the cost of the certification process.
The rules for certification of alcoholic beverages and dairy products have already been drafted, to be followed shortly by those for olive oil, honey, wine, pulses, pasta and other goods.