Wednesday, June 29, 2022
How is Feta cheese produced? What is its vitamin, protein, and other nutrients content? How natural is it? Here are some interesting facts about the legendary cheese you probably had no idea about.
As scientists call for more bean and lentil production in Europe to contribute to the EU Green New Deal Farm to Fork objectives, and consumers are looking for more sustainable, nutritious and plant-based food solutions, pulses are coming increasingly into the limelight. And Greek pulses are seeing a much-needed revival.
Among the best known traditional Greek wines, Retsina has a rather controversial reputation. Long overshadowed by other distinguished local wines and appellations, it is nevertheless undergoing a Renaissance while aiming to change the often distorted views regarding one of the oldest and most unique Greek spirits.
Gyros, one of the most delectable Greek street foods is also among the most popular ones at global level. Meet the people helping an international clientele get acquainted with authentic flavors from Greece and breathing new life into an old classic.
Aromatic herbs have always been a staple in Greek diet and everyday life —especially considering the country’s rich and unique flora.
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.
Recently, the Institute of Export Research and Studies (ΙΕRS) established by the Greek Exporters Association (SEVE) prepared their annual “Mapping of Greece's Export Activity by Region” study for the period 2015-2019...
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.
Awarded pastry chef, tv personality, author, street food entrepreneur; Greek Nikolas Strangas fills us in on why he loves sweets, what he misses most about his home country, and why organic ingredients are the future.
Despite the unprecedented global conditions, 2020 proved to be a positive year for Greek food exports. Namely, oil, dairy, and in particular fruit and vegetables were the ones to benefit, while market insiders expect the upward trend to continue in the new year as well.

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