America may seem as the promised land of all opportunities for companies seeking to export, but things seldom are as they seem. Undoubtedly, it is a lucrative market with great potential, but before this potential is captured, there are specific rules, strict label compliances and marketing requirements that need to be met....
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...
Whoever said that the words “Greek” and “truffles” are incompatible, is gravely mistaken. Pavlina Kladopoulou, a truffle connoisseur and owner of Troufa Plus, a brand of truffle-based products, is educating us on what our corner of the world has to offer regarding the prized fungi.
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.
Translating his mastery of haute cuisine and his passion for exceptional ingredients into impeccable dishes, Greek chef Philip Chronopoulos has put the Restaurant du Palais Royal on the international gourmand map and has earned himself a Michelin star!
Mr Periklis Davanelos, First Counsellor for Economic & Commercial Affairs, Head of Economic & Commercial Affairs Office at the Greek Embassy in Cairo gives Ambrosia magazine a comprehensive insight of the Egyptian market and the way a Greek exporter could penetrate it, taking under consideration certain criteria, and using the power of local partners who can provide valuable information, as well as the necessary networking.
The key role of land proximity and the vastly positive image of Greece and Greek products and consumer goods, despite challenges, such as the naming issue, the heavy customs duties on certain categories, but also, the need for interpersonal approach as a plus when doing business with people from a neighboring Balkan country.