This is Feta Culture
At Krinos Canada, we aim to make feta cheese a staple on Canadian tables.
Feta cheese is one of the world’s most popular cheeses; it can be enjoyed on its own, of course, but its versatility is what makes feta the perfect addition to any meal. It’s much more than a salad topper, that’s for sure. Use feta as an appetizer, baked, spread onto a hamburger – there are endless ways to feature feta.
Did you know Krinos makes 13 different types of feta? It’s true. From Hard Feta to Bulgarian Style, Greek Barrel Aged, Organic and Crumbled, feta cheese is as diverse as Canada. For people of Greek origin, though, feta cheese represents their tradition and culture, and today, feta is enjoyed around the world — any culture, age or lifestyle.
Fascinated by feta? We are, too. Here in the Krinos Canada Kitchen, you’ll get ideas and inspiration, as well as insights on trends and how to use feta in your life. We think feta’s so important it’s getting its own category, right here in the blog.
We invite you to join Canada’s Feta Culture, weigh in on our recipes and articles, and maybe suggest a way you incorporate feta into your world.
What’s your favourite way to feta?
Krinos is proud to offer the widest breadth of feta products in Canada in both the retail and food service markets. Aside from our unique Canadian manufactured feta, we also import the best Greek P.D.O. feta in the world.
Do You Know PDO?
Feta is to Greece as Champagne is to France. PDO stands for Protected Designation of Origin. A PDO is defined as food produced, processed and prepared a) in a specific geographical region and b) with a traditional method. As of 2002, the term “ Greek feta” is a PDO product in the European Union. Only those cheese produced in a traditional way in certain areas of Greece, which are made from sheep’s milk (or a mixture of sheep’s and up to 30% goat’s milk from the same area), can be called Greek feta.
Now You Know.