Friday, December 2, 2022
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.
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.
Agoureleo aka early harvest olive oil is highly priced in Greece, and rightly so. Full of nutrients and with an exciting peppery flavor, it appeals to discerning foreign markets as a choice ingredient of top-tier quality.
According to official data, Feta cheese has been one of the unsung heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic, a hit with consumers all across the world. The numbers don’t lie: €398,061,040 in export value amounting to 9.1% increase, in just one year.

The Magyar Connection

The Hungarian market, albeit European, is not an easy market to enter. Mr Doukas Marinopoulos, First Counsellor for Economic & Commercial Affairs, Head of Economic & Commercial Affairs Office at the Greek Embassy in Budapest talks to Ambrosia Magazine and helps us decode the difficulties, but also the great potential for the Greek exporting brands.
Greek products and businesses; their dynamic, their export potential and their competitive advantages; Greece as a brand and the future of the F&B sector in the global market...
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.
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.
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”.
The new President of the Federation of European Aquaculture Producers examines the present and future of aquaculture while setting a course towards further sustainability and growth.

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