Saturday, October 24, 2020
GreCo, Committee and Krasi; Three restaurants in Boston, Massachusetts, with one common Greek denominator: Demetri Tsolakis, who describes dining at his business ventures as a “cultural experience”.
Although global trade is experiencing an unprecedented crisis due to the spread of COVID-19, Greek Food & Beverage exports have nevertheless demonstrated a steady increase, with an annual average trend of approx. 18%.
Mountain tea, also known as shepherd’s tea or “sideritis” in Greek, has been famous for its health benefits since antiquity, while profit expectations from exports are proving really attractive for producers.
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.
The island of Naxos is home to some unique products, such as the intense and flavorful “Arseniko” cheese, which was just recently listed by the EU as a PDO denomination.
A new unit increasing production capacity by 40%, a €4.7 million investment plan, and some of the juiciest and most delicious apples in the world.
Innovation, safety, consistency, adherence to European specifications, and sustainability are key to the constant development of aquaculture in Greece.
Red, sweet and delicious, peppers from the region of Florina in Northern Greece, are a versatile –prized for its gastronomic and nutritional value– product that has found its way to stores all over the world.
Combining the unique herbs of the Mediterranean with a traditional process dating back thousands of years, ouzo is the most famous of Greek spirits.
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.

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