||The mountains of Greece, provide the ideal habitat for free grazing animals, and their diet of a large variety of grasses, plants and herbs, give milk of very high nutritional value and complexity of taste and aromas. This high quality milk, forms the basis for some of the most tasty cheeses in the world. More than 20 varieties enjoy “Protected designation of Origin” status out of a plethora of others, satisfy the taste of the Greeks, the No 1 cheese consumers in the world with 23kg per person per year. All cheeses listed here, are produced with fresh milk, collected daily locally, from free grazing animals.|
||TOTAL Greek yogurt is a leading, global brand of all natural, premium yogurt
made by the No.1 yogurt producer in Greece, FAGE S.A.
Using an authentic recipe, originating in ancient times, Total Greek yogurt, made with fresh milk, collected from dairy farms around Greece on daily basis, offers a distinctively rich, creamy fresh dairy flavor and texture that is uncommonly luxurious, and smooth.
||Olives produced only in the region of Kalamata in Greece.
It is not an exaggeration to say that the unique taste and texture of this olive has made it the most popular olive in the world.
The Greeks have been using olives for the table since ancient times as well as for olive oil production. Today, the variety of olives and recipes is very large and family secrets for the preparation of olives, passing from mother to daughter, are common.
Greece is the place was the olive tree was first cultivated, and olive oil produced.
Today, Greece tops the world in the production of Extra Virgin
Olive oil, in both quality and quantity.
In recent years, scientific research has placed a lot of importance in the contribution of the olive oil in the human health.
The poor soil, the abundance of sunshine, the mild climate and the Geographical location of Greece, provide the ideal environment for the olive tree to thrive.
The love of the Greek people for "their tree" put the finishing touch to a product of supreme quality.
||The aromas and complexity of Greek honeys, puts them at the top of the world. It is because, unlike other countries, honey farms do not exist, and the beekeepers take their bees to the mountains, to feed on the flowers that exist naturally in the wild. Sage, Thyme, and Orange, are among the hundreds of different plants in the country with the richest flora in Europe, and only second to Brazil in the world, the bee collects her precious nectar from. The dry climate creates a honey low in humidity, thus making it thicker and concentrating the flavor.|