Black Kalamata olives from Sparta Greece are our personal favourite. These olives are produced in Greece using traditional methods of curing the olives in brine....
These tomatoes are an absolute delight to the palate, unlike most other ‘sun-dried’ tomatoes which are tough and very salty these beauties are soft and...
Unsalted Organic Throuba olives have arrived.Our trusty olive farmer in Thassos has been exploring the concept of unsalted olives ever since we started buying their...
The Greek island of Aegina pretty much only produces Pistachio nuts. They have been doing so since the 1860’s. The Aegina Fistiki (Pistachio), named after...
Here at The Raw Greek we strive to bring to the public real food products that follow these fundamental rules:
We personally research every product that graces our e-shelves, asking all the right questions and searching in all the right places to ensure outstanding quality raw products.
By purchasing products directly from producers and farmers we are able to bring to the table unique pure foods mostly from Greece and keep our prices competitive.
At present we sell items such as Raw olives; salted and unsalted, Dried Tomatoes containing next to no salt, Raw Unfiltered Honey, Toothsoap, the Beautiful on Raw skin and hair care range, Books and more.
We have built good relationships with our suppliers and are confident that our customers are satisfied and come back time and time again.
Olive Oil although quite simply the juice from olives actually has different categories and grades which differentiate a quality oil from a refined oil.
I've heard many times that we need salt in our diet. Admittedly those opinions are from old schoolers such as my father in-law and a lot of older generation Greeks who tend to add salt to all their food without even trying it first. We all know the Greeks love their salt you only have to look to some of their traditional staples like feta cheese and olives to see that.
On the flip side of the coin many raw vegans and the health conscious avoid salt like the plague or strive to cut down.