- HÉNAFF SÉLECTION
Updated on 08/31/2021
Present on exhibition Gourmet
From 12 to September 13, 2021
“Yorgios” is a young brand that offers the best of small Greek producers in France. Products are chosen according to strict specifications, producers selected for the value of their projects.
Some of the products on offer: Raw anise and fennel honey from the island of Evia, Pomegranate velvet from Mount Parnassus, Wines of indigenous grape varieties from the Laconia region and unique iced herbal teas.
Caseificio Ignalat is an Apulian medium family-run company present on the Italian dairy market since 1948 and specialized in producing dairy products made only with cow milk coming from local farms of its land, the so called “Murgia Barese”, which is a verdant area located in the south east of Apulia - Italy.
Ignalat produces different kind of cheeses: fresh, smoked, ripe/mature, with a focus on several Apulian specialty cheeses like burrata cheese, naturally smoked burrata, frayed burrata (e.g. with black Italian truffle and chives), mozzarella knot, fiordilatte and mozzarella treccia, stracciatella, caciotta, caciocavallo, provolone etc. Ignalat produces also a fresh line of cheeses free from lactose.
All cheeses are produced using Halal and microbial rennet not of animal origin. Caseificio Ignalat has always been sensitive to the matters of the food safety and of the quality of the production, of its products and of its productive process, and owns a quality control system in compliance with standards UNI EN ISO 9001:2015. The company is member of the Consortium for the production of Apulian PDO Mozzarella Cheeses of Gioia del Colle.
OLIO DI SERRA
Extra virgin olive oil producer, North Puglia region
Olio di Serra prides itself on being a local and family business. Born in Lyon with Italian origins, Dorian Tota works to promote his native village – Serracapriola. Located in the Gargano by the Adriatic sea, it is a famous terroir from the North Puglia region in Italy. Year after year, Olio di Serra offers an exclusive olive oil directly out of the home-grown olive trees in Serracapriola. Dorian’s passionate work aims to transmit his family’s ancestral craftsmanship and the superior quality of their Alto Tavoliere (PDO) olives. For the past two years, Olio di Serra has provided an extra virgin organic olive oil obtained through cold extraction straight out of a Serracapriolian mill. The family are therefore responsible for the growing of the olives, the harvest, the transformation into oil, the bottling and the distribution of this green gold directly from France. As a natural consequence: the traceability of Olio di Serra runs from the olive trees into the bottle.
Olio de Serra works hard to create a product of superior quality resulting from strong family roots, a specific method of elaboration, a real traceability and the uniqueness of its origins. Indeed, the Serracapriola village is renowned for harvesting its olives from mid-October every year thanks to a mediterranean microclimate which naturally irrigates the olive trees all year round.
In addition to this, Olio di Serra also aims to promote other artisanal products from Serracapriola. As to shine the light on various products from the Gargano region, we have collaborated with local artisans. Just like us, they work as a family, share our respect for Mother Earth and devote their everyday labour to consumers interested in fine south Italian delicacies. Among our range of products, you will find: typical handcrafted pasta from the Gargano region, vegetables and vegetable creams marinated in extra virgin olive oil, a 100 % Pugliese experience with delicious products from talented craftsmen/women from this region.
To all deli and restaurant owners, Olio di Serra is here for you, with its extra virgin olive oil, handcrafted pasta, various jars of vegetables and vegetable creams in extra virgin olive oil. Live events and testing experiences are also available in the shops all year round so that consumers can enjoy the story of the brand while tasting the products. From our olives to your jars, there is only one hand: ours!