Cretan herbs play a vital role in the well-being of our people, and I encourage you to savour them during your time in Crete.
The Hellenic Food Authority “EFET” warns consumers and businesses about olive oil adulteration and olive oil fraud.
On Friday, August 18, Sitia’s central square is scheduled to be the site of the attempt to conquer the GWR for the largest serving of kakavia.
Violife has been selected by abillion consumers around the world as one of the World’s 10 Best Vegan Cheese Awards 2022.
Prickly pears grow abundantly on Crete Island. You will see them in the wild or in vast plantations. They are available in supermarkets, too.
Maria Thermou’s wonderful book “Dining with the Ancient Greeks” has now been published by Olkos Publications in English.
Eleni by Critida is an extra virgin olive oil for children aged six months or older. The product is named for Eleni Andreadaki, the company’s owners daughter.
Coming up in May, the London International Olive Oil Competition (LIOOC 2021) guages the world’s best products and producers.
The International Olive Council (IOC) goes live with “The future of the olive sector” teleconference today.
Coming up in the Podikiana Village of Platanias Municipality, Karavitakis Winery will host an event organized by Cretan Cooking Classes.
Angeliki Kleidoniari is not the first thing you see at Tzo Tavena – it’s Tomas. We stopped at Tzo Taverna on a whim – it’s on the left on the way from Heraklion to Hersonissos, right before Gouves, in a place called Kokkini Hani. It’s nothing much to look at from the street, but the […]
Heraklion, Crete’s biggest city and Greece’s fifth largest, holds many fascinating touristic treasures including some amazing restaurants.