Monday, August 10, 2020
New clinical study finds that the famous Greek olive variety is not only extremely tasty, but also by far the healthiest in the world.
Galaktoboureko, baklava, ravani and so on. Greek oven-baked sweet treats offer their fair share of sinful pleasure not only in local pastry shops, but in delis and stores all across the globe, as well.
Beans and pulses in general have been savored all over the Mediterranean since time immemorial.
Forget elaborate diet plans. A new study published in the British Medical Journal concluded that the world-famous Mediterranean diet is indeed the most effective for long-term weight loss, not to mention for reducing the risk of heart disease.
37% of organic farmland in Greece accounts for olive trees, making them the second largest bio cultivation in the country after cereal and rice. Story: Vana Antonopoulou The market of organic food is growing strongly in...
Following a stellar trading period 2017-2018, Greece is expected to climb from 4th to 3rd place in kiwi fruit production globally.   Story: Vana Antonopoulou Greece has the perfect weather conditions for the cultivation of kiwis; its Mediterranean climate with hot...
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.
Following a long tradition, Greek cookies are exceptionally delicious and made from fresh, top-tier ingredients, native to the Greek land.
Greece produces a variety of cheeses, with 21 of them holding PDO status, ensuring that no other EU country can produce the same cheese by the same name.
Almost every region in Greece takes great pride in the fact that it produces its very own, local Graviera cheese, while three of them are registered as products of protected designation of origin.

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