Avocado, one of the world’s trendiest fruit and a favorite “superfood”, is starting to gain ground with producers in Greece and especially Crete, leading to a surge in exports. This is what makes Greek avocados so special.
Mixed into pasta and flour, incorporated into meat preparations or infused into olive oil; make no mistake: Cannabis is coming to a store near you.
Gyros, one of the most delectable Greek street foods is also among the most popular ones at global level. Meet the people helping an international clientele get acquainted with authentic flavors from Greece and breathing new life into an old classic.
Among the best known traditional Greek wines, Retsina has a rather controversial reputation. Long overshadowed by other distinguished local wines and appellations, it is nevertheless undergoing a Renaissance while aiming to change the often distorted views regarding one of the oldest and most unique Greek spirits.
Dr George Tsangaris and Dr Athanasios Anagnostopoulos examined several types of PDO Feta collected from all across Greece, analyzing the famous cheese’s protein content and determining its nutritional properties and value.
Rooted deep in local legends, traditions and religion, Chios Mastiha is a product unique to Greece. And now, it is strategically investing into its medicinal properties.
Tomatoes are a major agricultural crop farmed in Greece and one of excellent quality and organoleptic characteristics. As a result, Greek tomatoes are perfectly red, utterly juicy and deliciously tasty.
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...
Translating his mastery of haute cuisine and his passion for exceptional ingredients into impeccable dishes, Greek chef Philip Chronopoulos has put the Restaurant du Palais Royal on the international gourmand map and has earned himself a Michelin star!
As scientists call for more bean and lentil production in Europe to contribute to the EU Green New Deal Farm to Fork objectives, and consumers are looking for more sustainable, nutritious and plant-based food solutions, pulses are coming increasingly into the limelight. And Greek pulses are seeing a much-needed revival.