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Greek Beekeeping Destroyed By Recent Wildfires in Evia

  Greek pine honey is now even more of a precious commodity following wildfires that have for the most part destroyed beekeeping in northern Evia....

Beekeepers Rally in Athens to Save Greek Honey

Beekeepers rally in Athens on Thursday raising the alarm for the future of Greek honey which has long been considered the best in the...

Curetes, the Mythical First Inhabitants of Crete

The Curetes were purportedly the first inhabitants of the Greek island of Crete. They were mythical creatures, specifically legendary benign deities who lived prior...

Bees Consume Honey for Healing of Infections, Longevity

Honey isn't just for gourmets, who enjoy the many nuances of flavors given to it by pine trees, orange blossoms, or other flowers all...

Greece’s Traditional Art of Basket Weaving Facing Extinction

Traditional handicrafts of Greece were initially born out of necessity. Still appreciated today is basket weaving.

Greece’s Rovies Food Festival Guests Captivated by Sustainable Cuisine

Dozens of local and international visitors traveled to northern Evia, central Greece, to attend the first Rovies Food Festival.

How to Spot Fake Versions of Greek Traditional Products

Greek food has won the hearts of millions of people, and traditional cuisine occupies the top places in world rankings. Such a widespread love...

Why Greek Honey Is the Best in the World: A Beekeeper Explains

For thousands of years, Greek honey has been collected for its delicious, sweet taste and healing, nutritious properties.

Rovies Food Festival Draws on Evia’s Ancient Gastronomic Heritage

Rovies food festival in Evia, Greece, promotes sustainable food consumption practices through a series of interactive activities for guests.

World’s First Honey Bee Vaccine Approved in US

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) granted a conditional license for the vaccination of honeybees against deadly infectious diseases.