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Producers

Greek producers with love for their land and its products. Get to know them!

Extra Virgin Olive Oil & Olives

Olive Products

It's no wonder the Greeks are known for their olive oil. Fossilized olive leaves believed to be from 50.000 to 60.000 years old have been found on the Greek islands of the Aegean. This tells you that Greek ties to the olive tree run very deep indeed.

Today, Greeks still have a very special relationship with olive oil: Greece is the third highest olive oil-producing country in the world, but consumes the most worldwide! And more than that, Greek olive oil is indisputably the finest.
Honey & Propolis

Bee Products

Greek honey is considered to be one of the finest worldwide, and not without a reason. The wide biodiversity of flora – scientists and botanists consider Greece a country with the richest flora in the Mediterranean basin – combined with the unlimited Aegean summer sun result in the production of this exquisite golden nectar.

Greek Beekeepers have always loved the bees and their independence and have a profound respect for them and the environment. And this is also proven by the fact that there are more beehives per acre in Greece than in any other country in Europe.
Oregano , Mountain Tea & Spices Mix

Herbs & Spices

The rich soil in Greece, the presence of mountains and sea as well as the warm climate, provide an ideal environment for the growth of herbs. When walking through the beautiful countryside of Greece, it’s difficult not to crush the wild carpet of herbs underfoot; they grow so profusely, giving the air an aura unique to Greece.

Being a natural product, herbs have been used since ancient times in Greece. The variety of herbs and spices in the Greek countryside gave the Greeks the ingredients to flavor their food, as well as the possibility to use them in medicine, for their healing properties.
Nuts, Nut Butters & Energy Bars

Nut Products & Energy

Nuts and seeds have been an indispensable part of the Mediterranean-Greek diet for millennia. They grow abundantly throughout Greece, and thanks to the strong summer sun and optimal soil conditions the product is unsurpassed. Furthermore, high summer temperatures allow fruit and nuts to be air-dried naturally in a time-honored tradition.

The producers engage with nature and cultivate crops in environmentally friendly ways, with pistachios - Aegina pistachios even have Protected Designation of Origin -, sesame seeds, walnuts, and almonds being the most popular ones. And they love to use them as an accompaniment to Greek yogurt and honey!
Energy Bars & Healthy Snacks

Breakfast

Let’s be honest… The crown of the Greek breakfast is bread. And it is usually covered with everything from honey, jam, eggs, olives, cheese, and even hazelnut chocolate spread – and washed down with some coffee.

This crucial moment for the course of the day now has the healthiest version of it thanks to our producers. With inspiration and creativity, they bring to us healthy snacks, fruit spreads and cereals, made with raw materials and pure ingredients.
Legumes, Pasta & Grains

Legumes & Pasta

If there is one single food family that shows off the breadth and extent of the collective Greek culinary imagination, it has to be the humble legume. The prime growing area for beans is in the north of Greece, specifically at relatively high altitudes (around 800 m) and cool temperatures and in the presence of a lake. Some of them have even won a PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) distinction from the EU, in recognition of the special characteristics these places confer.

If you visit a traditional weekly market in Greece you will stumble upon colorful stands selling all kinds of legumes, with the producers ensuring you that their product will not disappoint you. And they will be right! Orzo and thick spaghetti-like pasta are also some Greeks' favorites. Oh, and “legume pasta” is officially a thing!
Spoon Sweets, Biscuits & more

Traditional Sweets

Sure, Greek yogurt, mixed with walnuts and honey is the classic Greek dessert. But what’s a real sign of hospitality are the spoon sweets – fruits, nuts, and vegetables placed in sugar syrup, remaining firm and retaining their original color, flavor, and aroma. They are called spoon sweets because the standard serving portion is a well-filled teaspoon that is offered to guests at numerous Greek homes.

From typical Greek Christmas treats (kourampiedes and melomakarona) to sweets traditionally prepared during Easter (koulourakia and tsoureki), the list is long and those with a sweet tooth are sure to fall in love with these delicious desserts.
Sweet and Savory Spreads, Sauces & Pickles

Greek Pantry

Sauces, pickles and chutneys are among these things that Greeks enjoy making them on their own. They grow their very own vegetables on their farms or greenhouses, which ensures freshness and quality, and then process them by hand.

These Greeks are our producers, and the result of their choice is that each jar that you get is unique!
Tsipouro, Raki & Wine

Alcoholic Beverages

Goji Berries, Krokos Kozanis , Hippofaes

SuperFoods

Greek land offers a large variety of healthy products. These, are nutrient-rich, easy to incorporate in your daily diet and help you prevent disease, control your weight and maintain overall health.