The point where nutrition meets aesthetics is in the act of cooking.
O Christmas tree, o Christmas tree, how lovely are your branches.. Yeap, you got that right. The most wonderful time of the year has finally arrived.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is one of the fundamental elements of the Mediterranean diet.
Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate it than with some frighteningly delicious traditional Pumpkin Pies from Lesvos? Trust us, they will definitely make your celebrations spookier and tastier.
The finest extra virgin olive oil is still made combining traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation with modern methods and knowledge.
Olive oil has been an integral part of life in the Mediterranean from the first stirrings of civilization and is being produced ever since. Specifically in Lesvos, we used our own traditional methods for producing this amazing gift from nature.
The Mediterranean Nutrition is the world's healthiest diet! This year is the fourth year in a row in which it has been voted as the No. 1 diet by the U.S. News & World Report. It is abundant in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and of course its core ingredient; extra virgin olive oil!
If you want to maintain good health and improve the quality of your life, you should start taking care of yourself inside and out.
Adopting an olive tree means much more than just receiving its precious olive oil. It’s a powerful, fulfilling action that may change one’s life.
We are extremely happy to announce that our Extra Virgin Olive Oil is awarded for its unique quality in one of the most important olive oil tasting competitions in the world, the Berlin International Olive Oil Awards, winning a Gold Award.
Easter in Lesvos is one of the biggest holidays of the year. Traditions have been passed to the locals from their ancestors and still keep alive. It is the ideal opportunity to get to know this authentic Greek island and take part in its unique traditions.
The oldest bottle of olive oil in the world was discovered in the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum, near Naples. This discovery is extremely important, as it sheds light on the molecular evolution of olive oil over time!