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    "Relishing Traditions"

    Bios Hellenic Products is a new company with the vision to convey Greek flavours worldwide. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to gain access to the same quality food products that we enjoy in Greece.

    Our main objective is to provide our clients with the finest selection of Greek foods of superior quality and nutritional value. It is our vision to offer globally the products that we have carefully selected for their high quality and exquisite taste. In order to achieve our goal, we are in constant search of clients and consumers that are as passionate as we are, for higher quality and finer in taste food products.

    Why Bios Hellenic Products

    We are dedicated in finding and acquiring for our clients quality products from Greece. Each and every client is special to us. We develop a personal relationship with you, providing reliable and high quality services. This is what distinguishes Bios Hellenic Products in the worldwide market place.

    The name and symbol

    It is widely acknowledged that from ancient times until today, Greek cuisine contributed a lot to global gastronomy and still does. The reason is that the Mediterranean diet is linked with the best of raw materials, and also to the Greek land and its products.

    "BIOS" in Greek means life. The Greek “bios”, i.e. the Greek life, is what the company wants to convey to the world, so that everyone can have a little piece of the Mediterranean diet in their own life. Our logo depicts a leaf and a seed; the parts of a plant that symbolize the beginning of life itself; the creation and the harvest.


    In order to include a product in Bios Hellenic Products list, we make a thorough search. Our collection includes a variety of food products with high nutritional value and rich flavours. Special attention is given to the production and quality assurance procedures.

    Our product range is constantly enriched, covering every nutritional need. Olives, olive oil, cheese, vinegar, honey and many more which are the key ingredients of a balanced Mediterranean diet. The products, and the people who produce them, represent what is healthy and traditional, yet sophisticated and refined. We want the beloved products of our life to become your own favourite ones. This is Bios Hellenic Products.

    Olive and Paste

    The olive is the fruit of the olive tree, from which olive oil is produced and the tree itself is the hallmark of Greece. The olive tree is also considered to be the symbol of peace and victory. The olive is a fleshy fruit that has several varieties and depending on the degree of ripeness has different colors too. It also has its own nutritional value and is a source of many beneficial nutrients. It is a source of mono-unsaturated fatty acids; it contains vitamin E and antioxidants that help slowing the deterioration of cells. It also contains valuable minerals for the body such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium and zinc and fights osteoporosis. It also has a high content of sodium.

    Its main ingredient is linoleic acid which helps a lot in breast feeding since its lack, is associated with the development of various diseases in infants. It contains vitamins A, D, E and K that help bone growth, in both children and adults. The olive is a basic food choice and it is highly beneficial for human health.

    Available in the following...



    • Black or Green from Kalamata, Amfisa, Chalikidiki, Thassos (throumpa)
    • Hole or Pitted
    • Stuffed (with almond, orange, garlic, lemon, paste of pepper, cheese ect)
    • In brine or not


    Brilliant, Superior, Large, Extra Large, Jumbo, Extra Jumbo, Giants, Colossal, S.Colossal, Mammouth, S.Mammouth, S.S. Mammouth


    at your need



    • Black or Green


    Glass Jar
    200gr, 100gr


    Feta is a kind of white cheese that is made exclusively from sheep's milk or from a mixture of sheep and goat milk. It tastes salty and it is stored in brine. There are different kinds of it depending on the hardness of the cheese, so it can be found either in a hard or in a very soft form and also its taste may vary. Feta is an integral part of the Mediterranean diet. It provides us with proteins, Vitamins A, D and most of the B complex; it also gives us minerals and trace elements such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc. What we should take into account is that it contains fat which on average reaches around 45%, so its consumption needs caution in terms of quantity something that also applies to most cheeses.

    Feta Cheese, for Greeks, is more than a simple cheese and it is only fair that is guaranteed with a protected designation of origin (PDO) which means that the name 'Feta' cannot be used for similar cheeses that are made abroad and with any other process other than the traditional one. The secret of Feta hides in the special ecosystems of mountainous areas of Greece, which are reflected in the quality of milk produced in them. Then, the technique of freezing, the addition of rennet and the draining, the salting and maturation with the help of brine are all the elements that make this kind of cheese unique.

    In order to produce a feta type cheese from cow's milk, there is another process that is being followed. That process cannot give to the cheese the characteristics that a slice of authentic Feta can give. Also, due to the Feta's registration as a PDO, it is forbidden for cheeses that are not produced in Greece and are made of cow's milk to be called Feta. So, the usual term for this type of cheese, is "white cheese".

    Available in the following...


    • Feta cheese P.D.O. from several places in Greece
    • Gruyere
    • Manouri cheese
    • Many other types of local cheese


    at your need


    The history of vinegar and its effect on the human health starts from antiquity in which it was mainly known for its disinfectant properties but also for its use as a preservative for meats and fish. New research has shown that vinegar can help with a lot of diseases. Due to its main ingredient (acetic acid), it helps energy release from fat and carbohydrates. It also leads to reduction of glucose concentration in the blood and thus is beneficial for patients suffering from diabetes. It is excellent as a disinfectant and has healing effects in inflammations, swellings and burns. The action of the vinegar also considered beneficial to patients with hypertension, with osteoporosis, but also to those who suffer from other neuro-degenerative diseases, due to its content in antioxidants that neutralize free radicals and protect body tissues.

    Depending on the raw materials that can be used for its production, vinegar can be produced from wine, fruits, dry raisins, pulses, rice, alcohol, grains, honey and beer. So, we may have different kinds of vinegar such as apple cider vinegar, white vinegar, etc. In Modern cooking, balsamic vinegar is very popular. It originally came from Modena in Italy but now it is produced in many regions around the world and Greece is one of them. This kind of vinegar is produced from molasses, it has a very dark brown colour and its flavour is rich, sweet and complex. Its antioxidant action is considered to be 4 times bigger than the one of fruits and vegetables and it is completely natural.

    Available in the following...


    • Balsamic
    • Balsamic with Honey
    • White Wine
    • Red Wine
    • Apple


    Glass Bottle
    500ml, 250ml

    Sea food

    Seafood has been recognized as beneficial kind of food that promotes good health. It is highly rich in vitamins and minerals depending on its type and it is low in fat. Seafood is an important source of minerals, trace elements and also calcium, copper, iodine, iron, potassium, selenium and zinc. Zinc is involved in the production of testosterone and that is why seafood belongs in the food category referred as aphrodisiacs - food that increase the libido. Selenium is a strong antioxidant and it helps in cancer prevention.

    Seafood is closely connected with the Greek culture and life and that is true even to this day for modern Greece.

    Available in the following...


    • Anchovies marinated (fillet in oil, spicy fillet in oil, garlic fillet, fillet with olives)
    • Palamida fillet in oil
    • Mackerel (fillet in oil, smoked fillet in oil)
    • Frutti di mare in oil (sea food salad with mussels, shrimp, shrimp surimi, crab, surimi, octopus, squid, sunflower oil)
    • Pollock saithe slices in oil
    • Octopus salad in oil
    • Trout salad in oil
    • Smoked mussels salad in oil


    at your need

    Oil olive

    Olive oil as a key element of the Mediterranean diet is a product of high nutritional value due to its content of mono-unsaturated fat (it contains oleic acid), vitamins A and E as well as antioxidants. That is why it is a valuable companion to man’s health. It is considered an elixir of life because it is beneficial to the body and has a healing effect to many diseases.

    Olive oil helps lowering cholesterol levels and high blood pressure; it protects human body not only from coronary heart disease but from different kinds of cancer as well. It strengthens the immune system, helps in proper functioning of the digestive system; slows down cell and skin aging and also shields human body against various diseases such as psoriasis, acne and eczema. It is the healthiest form of fat compared to saturated one and "trans" fatty which may lead to cardiovascular disease. It contains antioxidants that protect cells from oxidative stress, active oxygen and free radicals. Olive oil is the ultimate food.

    Bios Hellenic Products invites you to enjoy the unique colour, flavour and aromas that distinguish the extra virgin olive oil. We select qualified mills so as to ensure the quality of olive oil during the process of production and this is one of our top priorities. Our olive oil has a special nutritional value; it is rich in natural antioxidants that will richly reward the consumer, giving its distinctive flavour and aroma.

    Available in the following...


    From Peloponnese and Crete

    • Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    • P.D.O. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    • P.D.O. Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    • Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil


    • Marasca Glass Bottle
      1lt, 750ml, 500ml, 250ml
    • Dorica Glass Bottle
      1lt, 750ml, 500ml, 250ml


    Honey is one of the most valuable goods that nature provides. It is a natural sweetener that is produced by bees. The taste and texture may vary according to the type of flowers and nectar from which it is produced. Honey's unique nutritional and healing properties are well known since ancient times, during which, it was used both as food and as medicine.

    Honey, as a sweetener, can replace sugar in many foods and beverages, since human body’s tolerance to it is much better compared to glucose and sucrose. It contains many nutrients (180 of them have already been identified). It contains 16% water,18 different kinds of organic acids, proteins and amino acids, mineral elements in small quantities, enzymes, protein complexes, a variety of vitamins (B2, B6, C, D, E, pantothenic acid, folic acid, etc.), natural flavouring substances etc. It helps to reduction of bad cholesterol and is beneficial for patients with heart disease and hypertension. It has anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties and thus it helps in disinfection and rapid wound healing. It is a natural source of carbohydrates which provide strength and energy to our body and is especially useful to those who exercise. Honey is a natural source of antioxidants. It contains ingredients that help to remove free radicals from human body and thus it strengthens our immune system and it inhibits the aging process. The valuable properties of honey help to protect the skin under the sun. It helps the skin stay moisturized, refreshed, healthy and elastic.

    Daily Consuming of honey, offers our body strength and wellness. It helps us regulate metabolism, it protects us from stomach and intestinal disorders, and it stimulates heart and blood circulation. Also, it suppresses anemia and protects the liver and kidneys.

    Available in the following...


    • Thyme
    • Pine
    • Chestnut
    • Arbutus tree


    Glass Bottle
    950ml, 450ml, 250ml, 40ml, 30ml


    Jam is one of the best companions for a rich and tasty breakfast almost for everyone and that applies even to those who have diabetes. The recipe comes from the ancient Greeks and is of a great nutritional value with high content in simple sugars. It is a unique source of energy so that someone can start his day. Depending on the fruit that is used in order to make the jam, the relevant vitamins taken may vary.

    There is also a solution for those who have diabetes. Nowadays, jam can be very tasty and healthy even if sugar is not used as a prime sweetener. There are several sugar substitutes that are already used, so that everyone can enjoy in their breakfast or even in a sweet, their favorite flavor of any kind of jam that they wish.

    Available in the following...


    • Strawberry
    • Peach
    • Apricot
    • Wild fig
    • Lemon
    • Orange
    • *There is a great variety of fruits depending on season*


    Glass Jar
    950gr, 400gr, 240gr

    Spoon Sweet

    Spoon sweets are the most traditional sweets of Greece. You can find them in every home as a treat but also in most traditional bakeries of the country. Each area offers many different types of sweets depending on local production.

    These kinds of sweets have a long history. Since many years ago, these sweets were the natural way of maintaining the surplus of the household’s fruits and vegetables. While the pastries are usually forbidden for our good health, spoon sweets are a healthy and low calorie option for dessert because they do not contain fats but only vegetables or fruits, sugar and sometimes lemon. Their name stems from the way they were served to guests by housewives and that was in small plates with a small spoon. They are also often used as treats, in order to accompany a cup of Greek coffee.

    The Greeks abroad, always have spoon sweets in their homes since besides being a delicious treat; these sweets have a Greek character that connects them with the smells and flavors of their homeland.

    Available in the following...


    • Orange
    • Walnut
    • * There is a great variety of fruits depending on season *


    Glass Jar
    950gr, 750gr, 480gr, 150gr, 125gr



    The term Mediterranean diet is used to describe the nutritional model of the people who live in the Mediterranean area such as Greece, Italy, Spain and the countries of the Middle East that are located on the Mediterranean coasts. There are variations from country to country, depending on local customs and traditions, but the diet of these countries have several and substantial similarities. This kind of nutrition includes consumption of olive oil, legumes, grains, fruits and vegetables, to a lesser extent the consumption of fish, white meat, dairy products and red wine and to an even lesser degree the consumption of red meat.

    The term was created because it has been observed that the inhabitants of the countries around the Mediterranean area tend to have a longer life expectancy and fewer cardiovascular incidents than other residents in western societies. So the conclusion that came out is that this is mainly due to the consumption of olive oil, which is rich in monounsaturated fat and also due to the consumption of rich fibbers that are contained in fruits and vegetables.

    Many studies have been conducted on the Mediterranean diet and they all agree that this is the most healthy and beneficial diet for the human body. Scientists around the world recognize the value and the role that this diet can play, in order to prevent but also in order to treat diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and atherosclerosis. There are only advantages in the implementation of the Mediterranean diet. It includes a variety in the proposed food and the dishes are delicious and healthy and they can guarantee to our longevity. The menu is simple and if it can be combined with daily physical exercise it could very well be a unique recipe for longevity, wellness and beauty

    Food in Ancient Greece

    Democritus, the father of atomic theory, who lived 107 years used to say: "We need to soak our body within with honey and the external part of our body with oil"

    There are many history sources that present us with data about the nutrition of Ancient Greeks. We know that they wanted food to be enjoyable but also simple. They didn’t appreciate gastronomic excesses. They had special kinds of diet for patients that helped them in their treatments and they also had special kinds of diet for the athletes in order to help them maintain their strength and excel in performance.

    Their cuisine was mainly based on grains, especially on barley, and also included vegetables, fruits, dairy and olive oil. Ancient Greeks, also included honey in their diet which they often ate with cereal as boiling porridge, vegetables, olive oil, wine with water, fruits such as figs, bread, legumes such as lentils and chickpeas, barley buns , sweets such as pastries and honey pies, salads and more. The consumption of meat or fish reflected the economic state of the family and the area that the family lived which was near the mountains or the sea respectively. They used to eat their foods roasted or boiled and they used a lot of spices in their food.

    They used to eat fruits (fresh or dried) as a dessert. They mostly ate figs, raisins, walnuts and hazelnuts. They often offered wine that was accompanied with roasted nuts such as chestnuts and roasted chick peas.

    They loved wine, which they always drank with water. They prepared their own cheese which they ate either plain or with honey. They also used green olive oil which was flavored with various herbs and they had a great variety of spices which they also used for their meat. Many of contemporary foods did not exist in ancient times such as pasta, potatoes or tomatoes and citrus but their table did not lack either in taste or in variety compared to the current one.

    It is widely known that our ancestors had a very healthy nutrition and they were pioneers because they were among the first who wrote about the way of cooking of their dishes. They had kinds of food with sweet and sour flavors and some of their dishes were similar to the ones of the Chinese cuisine. What is certain is that the ancient Greek diet was even better and tastier than the one that is currently considered as a standard of a healthy diet.


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