Local product is a product or service that identifies residents of the region, produced in a "non-mass" and environmentally friendly way, from locally available resources. The local product becomes a showcase of the region by using its unique and unique character and involving its inhabitants in the development of local entrepreneurship.
By definition: Olga Gałek, 2002. Consultation: National Product Team, working at the Foundation for Environmental Partnership.
The development of local products is beneficial both for environmental reasons (natural resources are used), economic (new businesses, income for the inhabitants, municipal taxes, local economy startups), and social (jobs, interesting jobs, achievement of life goals, growth Standard of living and attachment to the region). The local product offers the opportunity to improve the economic situation in the region while providing positive environmental and social benefits. It is therefore a regional way of achieving sustainable development.