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FOOD & TRAVEL

Greek Products to be Highlighted in Brussels

November 25, 2016
Anton

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and the non-profit and voluntary organization A Discovering Network asbl (ADN asbl) will present tourist information about Greece and Greek traditional products during a three-day Christmas event in Belgium. The event takes place on November 30-December 2 at the Schuman Square in the center of Brussels, the Belgian capital.
Among the products to be presented are extra virgin olive oil from the Peloponnese, Olympian honey, herbs, nuts (almonds from Serres and Kavala, pistachios from Aigina, walnuts) and excellent wine from winemaker Kechri. Some of these products are presented for the first time in Brussels. The aim is to promote Greek products which are ideal for adding to Christmas baskets during the holiday season.

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