Feta Cheese P.D.O.

Contains fresh Greek pasteurized sheep's (min 70%) and goat's milk (max 30%).Contains fresh Greek pasteurized sheep's milk (min 70%) and goat's milk (max 30%), salt, rennet suitable for vegetarians and lactic culture.

Maximum humidity 56%. Minimum fat in dry matter 43%.

Keep refrigerated +2oC - +4oC for 18 months from production date.


The traditional method of production contributes to the characteristic full taste, natural aroma and pure white colour, properties which have established Feta Cheese P.D.O. over the centuries as a unique natural cheese of Greece.

The authentic Greek Feta Cheese P.D.O., is not altered by the use of modern production processes, as in case of "ultra filtration", a process used extensively in Northern Europe for the production of "feta type" white cheeses, made from cow’s milk.

Feta Cheese P.D.O. is an excellent complement to your food as a table cheese, it may also be used to create unique and delicious gastronomic delights, when used in Greek (Rustic) salad, in cheese pies (the famous tyropita-cheese pie and spanakopita-spinach pie) and many other recipes.

Packaging Label
Nutrition Information
FETA Cheese
Per 28g serving Typical per 100g
Energy 75 kcal 1121Kj/268kcal
Total Fat 6.00g 21.40g
Fat Saturates 4.20g 15.00g
Protein 5.00g 17.90g
Carbohydrates 0.84g 3.00g
Fibre 0.00g 0.00g
Sugars 0.00g 0.00g
Salt 0.78g 2.80g


  • History +

    In 1890 Dimitrios Christakis, using the milk of the mountain region of Edessa in the Pella Prefecture... Read More
  • Company +

    The heirs of the company paying sweat and hard work succeeded and created today, the famous... Read More
  • Factory +

    Our factory located in Proastio (Suburb) of Edessa, has modern automated line standardization and pasteurization... Read More
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Co. Responsibility

image Greek Cheese Products.
High Quality Dairy Products.
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image P.D.O. Certification.
Protected Designation of Origin.
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image International Distinctions.
World Cheece Awards.
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