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Gigantes, the nutritional wonders that no Greek can live without. Cultivated at an altitude of 860m, these beans are light-skinned, soft and tender with a rich taste.
We love these buttery texture and rich in aroma, thin-skinned and easy to cook beans. They are ideal for soups and salads and require minimum – if any – soaking.
These berries grow under difficult conditions, are handpicked at the peak of ripeness, and preserved in salt to be enjoyed over the year to come, used as a condiment.
Red deliciousness alert! These peppers are consumed daily in many regions of Greece – they are loaded with good nutrition, vitamins A and C, potassium, folic acid, and fibre.
Deliciousness in spread form! This paste is so versatile and flavourful that the possibilities of using it in the kitchen are endless.
Sundried tomatoes remain under the Greek sun for a week, losing 90% of their moisture, but keeping all their nutritional value and delicious flavours.
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