Agricola Bacău – Established more than 57 years ago, Agricola Bacău represents a group of close-knit businesses who work together to give Romanians the freshness of homemade products as they have known it since time immemorial.

Aldis – A constant presence on the Romanian market for 26 years, Aldis sells highest-quality products, always perfecting the taste of Romanian sausages and cured meat.

Reinert – Just as it did in 1931, H&E Reinert, a family business, joins today traditional values and modern technology.

Salsi – Dating back to 1920, the Salsi Sinaia factory is Romania’s first dry sausage factory, whose products are famous throughout the region. Today’s sausage makers faithfully follow the original craft and recipes.

Scandia Romania – The specialist team of Scandia Foods Romania keep alive a tradition more than 90-years old, offering tasteful, nourishing food through innovative products that provide the balance needed in a dynamic lifestyle.

Cris-Tim – It is one of the best-known companies operating on the Romanian sausage and cured meat market. Its business philosophy is built around family, quality, earnestness, and creativity, and its every business decision reflects the passion and enthusiasm of its people.

The birth of the Association of Sibiu Salami Producers is, first and foremost, a guarantee that consumers will always be able to have the best-quality Sibiu salami.

Carmen Gavrilescu, President of the Association of Sibiu Salami Producers

Carmen Gavrilescu, President of the Association of Sibiu Salami Producers
President of the Association of Sibiu Salami Producers

The prowess of the artisans who passed down the genuine Sibiu salami recipe from one generation to the next, the respect for tradition and the mastery involved in making a product that has a history dating back to more than 100 years ago are an inspiration for all of today’s major producers.

Established on May 7, 2014, the Association of Sibiu Salami Producers includes the only companies that are allowed to make and sell the genuine product: Agricola Bacău, Aldis Călărași, H&E Reinert Brașov, Salsi Sinaia, and Scandia Romania.

The Association’s Mission is to defend the Protected Geographical Indication and support the sustainable development of production, as well as to support producers both nationally and internationally.



To join the Association, applicants must file a formal request for membership and follow the legally required procedure.

The designated geographical area includes several Romanian counties and municipalities: the counties of Bacău, Brașov, Călărași, Covasna, Ilfov, Prahova, Sibiu, and the city of Bucharest.


  • Bacău county covers an area of 6,603 square kilometers and is located in the northeastern region of Moldova, bordering Vaslui county to the east, Vrancea county to the south, the counties of Covasna and Harghita to the west, and Neamț county to the north.
  • Brașov county covers 5,363 km2 and lies in the central part of Romania, in southeastern Transylvania, along the central section of the Olt river and inside the Carpathians’ arc. Brașov county borders Covasna county to the east, Buzău county to the southeast, the counties of Prahova, Dâmbovița, and Argeș to the south, Sibiu county to the west, and the counties of Mureș and Harghita to the north.
  • Călărași county lies in southeastern Wallachia, in the south half of the Bărăgan Plain, and covers 5,088 km2. Călărași county borders the county of Constanța to the east, the counties of Ilfov și Giurgiu to the west, Ialomița county to the north, and the Bulgarian regions of Silistra and Ruse to the south.
  • Covasna county lies in the center of the country, in Transylvania, inside the Carpathians’ arc, bordering the counties of Bacău and Vrancea to the east, Buzău county to the south-east, Brașov county to the south-west, and Harghita county to the north. The county covers a total area of 3,705 km2.
  • Ilfov county covers 1,583 km2 and is located in Wallachia, in the middle of the Romanian Plain. Ilfov county borders Prahova county to the north, Dâmbovița county to the north-west, Giurgiu county to the south and west, Călărași county to the south-east, and Ialomița county to the north-east.
  • Prahova county covers 4,716 km2 and is located in Wallachia. It borders Brașov county to the north, Buzău county to the east, the counties of Ilfov and Ialomița to the south, and Dâmbovița county to the west.
  • Sibiu county lies in the south of Transylvania, north of the Southern Carpathians, bordering Brașov county to the east, Alba county to the west and south-west, Argeș county to the south-east, Vâlcea county to the south, and Mureș county to the north. Sibiu county covers an area of 5,432 km2.
  • The city of Bucharest is in southeastern Romania, in the Romanian Plain, with the city of Ploiești to its north and Giurgiu to its south. Bucharest covers a total urban area of 285 km2.