Monday, August 10, 2020
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.
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.
As the examples of Greek entrepreneurs hitting it big in the international F&B scene are multiplying, success stories such as the one of Greco-French brothers Pierre-Julien and Grégory Chantzios...
Hippophae production in Greece is developing at a fast pace, while exports are also in the works.
The authentic flavors of Greece are taking over Manhattan in the form of chic bakeries, offering desserts, coffee, pies and other tidbits .
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.
Aged just 28, Asimakis Chaniotis has become the youngest Michelin Star chef in London and one of the first two Greeks outside of Greece to receive this prestigious accolade.
New clinical study finds that the famous Greek olive variety is not only extremely tasty, but also by far the healthiest in the world.
There are literally hundreds of grape varieties in Greece. And no wonder, since the Greek vineyard is one of the oldest in the world and has produced wines for thousands of years.
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.

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