Groceries Savoury

A selection of Greek delicatessen products, made from small local producers.

Healthy and natural products without preservatives or chemicals, often organic.

Products rooted in the Greek daily life and culture, whose origins often date back to antiquity.

A selection of Greek delicatessen products, made from small local producers.

Healthy and natural products without preservatives or chemicals, often organic.

Products rooted in the Greek daily life and culture, whose origins often date back to antiquity.

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  • Olives

    Greeks were the first to cultivate the olive tree for its precious products of olives and olive oil. There are 120 million olive trees in Greece or, to put it in perspective, 12 olive trees for every Greek citizen. Organic olive cultivation began 10 years ago in Mani, South Peloponnese. Some 1,500 hectares are currently used for this purpose, and this is expected to exceed 3,500 hectares in the coming years.

  • Antipasti

    High quality Greek cuisine appetizers, virgin olive oil, kalamata and green olives, red and green peppers, eggplant, artichoke and capers combined with excellent Greek feta, tomato, etc.

  • Olive Oil

    Olive oil in Greece dates back 4000 years. It is recognized worldwide for its purity and exceptional taste and is proposed globally as one of Greece's products of great quality. It is the basis of all Greek traditional recipes. 80% of Greek olive oil is extra virgin, which is the highest rank in the world ranking category. This makes Greece the world's largest producer of extra virgin olive oil. Research shows that olive oil is the healthiest choice among vegetable oils and thus it is an integral part of a balanced diet.

  • Spreads

    Find the unique flavours of Greek olives, tomatoes, capers, eggplants, etc., in these delicious tapenades! Prepared according to traditional recipes with olive oil, thyme, basil, oregano, etc. With a salad, on toast or with fish, there are a thousand ways to enjoy these delicious Greek tapenades. Green or black tapanades, they will make your aperitifs something special and complement your ouzo!
    Spreads made of feta, olives, dried tomatoes, garlic, basil, etc.

  • Breadsticks

    The term paximadi covers various forms of Greek savoury biscuits and breadsticks, often made of barley or chickpea flour, which are softened with wine, water or oil before eating. Paximadi form the basis of Cretan snacks Dakos.

  • Sauces

    A wide variety of sauces to make your dishes rich and delicious. Exciting combinations with ouzo, honey, feta, garlic, orange, basil etc.

  • Herbs

    Greece is famous for its unique herbs, so it is not surprising that Greek cuisine is all about herbs - their scent permeates every island. Herbs commonly used in Greek cooking: oregano, basil, thyme, saffron, rosemary.

  • Spices

    The traditional Greek spices commonly used in Greek cuisine. A wide variety of colours and flavours to tempt the palate. Hot or mild, sweet or bitter. Bahari, anise, cloves, cumin, sumac, saffron etc.

  • Pulses

    Legumes, especially beans and pulses, have always been essential to the Greek table. Today, beans and legumes are status symbols of a healthy diet.
    Beans and pulses were consumed in ancient Greece and remain very popular in Mediterranean cuisine, with many summer dishes celebrating the seasonal pulses and dried pulses being used in the winter.

  • Pasta

    A wide variety of traditional Greek pasta such as: Kritharaki (shaped like rice grains), hilopites etc. We also offer different types of trahana sour, sweet, thin (for the period of Lent) and xinohondros (literally "big sour").

  • Rice

    From the time of Theophrastus (370-285 BC) rice was known in Greece as a plant, as a food and as an effective remedy for problems of the digestive system. All types of rice are produced, white and parboiled, grown mainly in the region of Macedonia in northern Greece.

  • Coffee

    Greek style coffee can be good for our health, as a recent study of elderly Greeks has shown.
    Not just any fine-ground coffee can be used to make Greek coffee.
    To prepare Greek-style coffee, you need a specific combination of beans, of specific varieties, roasted at specific temperatures and boiled in a specific way - and of course, no milk or sweeteners.
    We sell popular Greek brands Loumidis and Bravo.

  • Meat

    Traditional Greek smoked salami and sausages with orange and wine.

  • Canned fish

    Canned sardines and anchovies. All the natural freshness and nutritional qualities of these fish rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids are perfectly preserved by the sterilization of the production process.

  • Smoked Fish

    Traditionally smoked octopus and trout.

  • Cheese

    Greek dairy products have a high nutritional value and are rich in elements that are essential for the development of the human body. However, the most dynamic Greek dairy products are: the famous feta, graviera, mastelo, halloumi and the famous Greek yogurt.

  • Mustard

    These mustards are made from balsamic vinegar. They are very mild and are perfect for your seasonings and dressings, but also as a sauce for dipping raw vegetables and Mexican chips! Ideal also for white fish baked in foil.

  • Vinegar

    Traditional Greek red and white wine vinegars. Balsamic vinegars produced by the traditional method.