Greece—Out of the Ashes
All of the items listed below are produced in Greece, by Greek people, with Greek culture, using Greek ingredients. It doesn’t get much more Greek, or delicious, than that.
The 100-year-old family-owned company is one of the most recognized brands in Greece, producing tomato paste (in a fun triangular paper pack), whole, chopped, and crushed tomatoes, ketchup, as well as pizza and pasta sauces. kyknoscanning.com
Many Greek/Mediterranean markets carry these products. If yours doesn’t, ask them if they can order them for you. Feel free to contact the companies through their websites for shopping info in your area. Some items are available online on Amazon, and titanfoods.net carries all things Greek and ships nationwide (call them if you don’t see what you want on their website). Oh, and Google works too!
I hope you enjoyed this fourth installment of our coverage on what’s new in food products from Greece. Join us again next week for what’s trending in Greek wine. If you missed our posts on olives, honey, and legumes & rice, here’s your chance to catch up: Greece: An Edible Revival~Olives, Greece: An Edible Revival~Honey, Greece: An Edible Revival~Legumes & Rice.
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