Contraintes institutionnelles et labellisation des produits algériens de terroir: cas du vin et des dattes
The terroir products are in the center of a new model of development based on territorial approach. This model has emerged in European countries, thanks to strong demand from consumers looking for quality and authenticity. These products are protected by labels, which gives them protection and a rent of position. Face a rapidly growing market, the place of Algerian product quality arises with acquitted. Algeria is abounds in local products with high growth potential. In this paper, we analyze the institutional constraints to the emergence of these Algerian products focusing on wine and phoenicicole sectors. We question the evolutionary path of these products since independence, their potential of valorization in terms of geographical indications and institutional/ territorial factors that counteract such a dynamics of quality chains.