When we reach, as world, a point where in small rivers across Europe traces of pesticides are found, and in US, pesticide residues are in 70% of produce (Guardian, 29 May 2019) it is clearly understood that there is serious problem.
This problem becomes immediately a serious threat to our health and therefore life on this continent. Worldwide consumers remain in the dark with regards to health risks related to use of pesticides. Pesticides are toxic chemical compounds, which can easily damage vital organs, or disrupt biological processes within human body.
By time, we have become so senseless that we do not see something serious happening in front of our eyes, we are not convinced that pesticides can seriusly harmful.
Organic farmers, growers and producers have to inform more people. It is their obligation to do so apart from selling their harvest.
We have found an interesting inititiative called PAN UK, a pesticide action network: promoting safe and sustainable alternatives to hazardous pesticides.
It is wise to develop more of these initiatives as soon as possible. Soon this world might not have anything which will not be contaminated with pesticides residues
We mentioned in the past that we will be expanding the range of our organic products as long as they come from a country which is full of those soil and sun elements.
Now this time is a honey with a very unusual flavour for many foodies.Unusual for many reason
it is a thyme honey with also conifer tree elements and more specifically pine tree honey.
No, it is not a mixture of two different honeys but a honey produced by the bees when the beehives are transferred from a full of thyme blossom area to a pine tree area.
The origin of the product is Eastern Crete - Sitia and it is a certified organic product.
Are you a foodie or a fine foods sourcing expert? Then we might have something common with you.
If you would like to become one then maybe it is time to start your research with full energy and in depth.
We do not believe that new products are found in food markets but in a food kitchen from some innovative and persistent people.
When we do the research for the fine foods, we search for something out of the normal: taste wise and packaging simultaneously.
We do not look for normal ingredients only but something extraordinary. We go to people's place where they produce these fine ingredients, where possible.
We do not search for just another Extra virgin olive oil but:
We supply to market with the Organic Wild Mint, with entirely different flavour to spearmint and peppermint, known for its help towards muscular pains.
Same principle applies to the selection of our herbal teas, unique herbal ingredients are part of the blend (not nasty flavouring boosts):
As regards packaging and its usage, we believe we have got it right, every single product appears to have something unique.
However if the packaging does not follow the superb taste of the product, then the customer will put some things into the right place in other words the food product will have a repetitive sale.
And the other way around too, packaging is not enough to support repetitive sales of a product.
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We have seen many customers in London and around the country, searching online and in reality for the ideal or best delicatessen shop. The one that it has got everything, from service up to best coffee and widest selection of fine products. But yer That ''everything'' will remain not so much objective and different from one to the other customer.
We are not the experts or judges for such thing and we are planning to do it. But what we would to share is a few things and piece of experience defining such ''title'': finest or top deli shop.
For those who have been trying to find the top deli, It is difficult task. We believe that there are so many factors defining the top delicatessen shop, just to name a few: location, the variety of the products, service level, the type and variety of sandwiches and food offered. We are sure the relevant annual awards have strict criteria for selecting the best.
What about some more ''soft'' factors not easily revealed by visiting the deli or the grocery once or hidden by behind an award.
We have experienced these soft factors and that's what we wanted to share before you discover your best deli.
It is the passion of the owners, passion for new foods, flavours and aromas. Passion to learn more about the texture, the origin and the combination of food elements or to learn more about the coffee beans and coffee drinks served. Passion to manage better and teach more to their employees. In several occasions, this passion has reached its highest point where deli owners have become experts in specific food categories.
We applaud such curiosity and thirst for knowledge which earns ''awards'' for the customer's benefit. Owners have taken the responsibility and risk to experiment with new flavours and stock some of the multi-awarded exceptional foods and finest ingredients. We have seen these shops in London but also in some less populated areas, away from big cities.
Those owners remind us of bees collecting the nectar from the best flowers, Well done to All of You!