Olive oil is a key element of the Mediterranean diet and is a healthy product due to its content of monounsaturated fat. Studies have shown that the consumption of olive oil helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases, reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and coronary disease due to the reduced level of bad cholesterol (LDL), increases the good cholesterol (HDL), helps in combating diabetes, reduces the risk for cancer etc
According to ancient Greek tradition, olive hometown is Athens and the first olive tree was planted by Athena on the Acropolis.
There are several varieties of Greek olives recognized as PDO and PGI products.
Olive paste. A completely natural product rich nutritional value.
The nutritional value of olives and olive oil, for those looking for quality of life, care for their health and to those who are looking for variety of natural and traditional flavours. Choose small "luxuries" for you and your family.
Honey is a natural product that can not be of any treatment and consists of: water, natural sugars, organic acids, proteins, minerals, enzymes, vitamins, flavorings and colorings, and other nutrients.
A crystallized honey is not spoiled or adulterated.
Mushrooms are an excellent food, thanks to their high protein content, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Moreover, they have little caloric value (150g. Mushrooms give only 32 calories, less than a fruit) and are a delicacy in many countries all around the world.
Rich in nutrients and low in calories, carbohydrates and fat, blackberries, ranked among the most beneficial fruits for health, while earning one of the first places in the list of "super" foods.
Sun dried Tomatoes
Sundried tomatoes have the same nutritional value as fresh, as they are rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. It is a way to keep this ultimate summer vegetable in our diet during winter.
A relatively rare underground mushroom, which coexist and grow on the roots of certain species of trees or shrubs, in a depth of about 6-15 cm from the ground. It belongs to the genus Tuber (Ascomycetes) and Terfezia, has tuber shape, usually 2-7 cm size and dark gray to pale white color.
It consists mostly of water and minerals absorbed from the soil through the tree which co-exists with and takes its characteristics (color, taste and aroma). Finally, the shape depends on the type of soil.
Pasteli” is a Greek traditional sweet prepared from sesame and honey.
Both major components (sesame and honey) are natural products with significant nutritional value, offering valuable health benefits.
“Pasteli” is considered the Greek "energy bar", as it is “tonic”, and a good source of vitamin E and many minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and iron etc.).
This exceptional vinegar was invented centuries ago as a medicinal balsam (hence the name), for exclusive use by kings and emperors, and only noblemen and royalty shops had the right to sell it.
Oer the years, balsamic vinegar enhanced the flavors of vegetables, meat, and even desserts. We can find it in every household, but most of us do not know its benefits to our health.
Herbs / Spices
Herbs are native plants, grown in different arid and cultivated areas.In ancient times, herbs called all medicinal plants by chewing showed bitterness or sweetness and aromatic flavour.
These properties, in ancient times people attributed to the magical powers that could alleviate or treat any disease.
In some cases the people treats herbs special words like "can not find herbs to heal my wounds," which shows the importance attributed to them.
Gold Series (Edible Gold)
The precious metal has antioxidant properties and helps cell regeneration and mental wellbeing.
Edible gold is transferred through the substance c-PGA, whose strong moisturizing formula retains moisture for a healthy, smooth skin.
Edible gold prevents premature aging drastically tackling free radicals.
Jams & Spoon Sweets
One of the most traditional Greek products, the spoon sweets which where created thousands of years ago, from the necessity for people to preserve the vast amounts of fruits and vegetables to spare from the crop.