Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Greek products and businesses; their dynamic, their export potential and their competitive advantages; Greece as a brand and the future of the F&B sector in the global market...
Being one the largest fruit categories, table grapes are one of the most demanded fruit in Europe, with relatively stable. And although European table grape production is decreasing, Greece is seeing a rise in export numbers, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Current estimates suggest global production will reach almost 3.11 million tons of olive oil in 2020, while 3.14 million tons are expected to be consumed by the end of the year.
Greek Beer

A new age for Greek beer

30 microbreweries and 46 active breweries; 3,933,000 hectolitres annual production; over 120,000 jobs generated in the hospitality sector. The Greek brewing industry is estimated to lose 30% to 60% of its annual turnover this year, due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemim. What will the aftermath of this unprecedented outbreak mean for the sector?
From Greece to Denmark via the magic of food. Or how a young Greek chef wowed the world-famous Rasmus Kofoed and found his place in the kitchen of a 3 Michelin star restaurant in Copenhagen.   Interview: Vana Antonopoulou  As Assistant Head...
Everything old is new again as heirloom and ancient grain varieties rise in popularity. In fact, words such as faro, sorghum, teff, millet, quinoa, spelt, and amaranth are currently...
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 is shaping to be a very successful year for the Greek processed tomato sector, with the harvest in Thessaly reaching 70%...
Highly sustainable, rich in numerous health-beneficial compounds and a great protein source. As we become more mindful of our planet’s and our own health, microalgae seems to be an ingredient full of promise...
In most of the EU countries where the apple harvest is just starting, there has been a decline in production. Greek apple quantities, however, are up in a year plagued by storms, hail and the coronavirus pandemic.
Raisins or currants, as they are also called, have been cultivated for many centuries in specific areas in Greece, where the cultivar thrives and prospers.

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