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Monoxilitis Wild Fig Preserve with Honey 400g Glass Jar

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Wild fig trees flourish all over Mt. Athos and monks use their small and tasteful fruits for this special preserve, served only on holidays and fairs. Both wild figs and honey of this preserve, are cultivated in the Holy Agiopavlitiko Metochi of Saint Nicholas. 

 

Available also in chestnut and small walnut

 

Company Evloyia PCC (Private Company Council) was established in 2013 with only one mission; to provide to Greece and abroad authentic products from Mount Athos. It was staffed from the beginning with scientists and experienced personnel from the food and beverage industry, in order to produce certified products of high quality. 2016 was a milestone for the Company, when it came to an agreement with the Aghios Paulos (Saint Paul) Monastery, and was handed over the management of the monastery’s "metochi" (cultivation land) in the Monoxilitis location, implementing thus an innovative program in Mount Athos, aimed to produce and promote the metochi’s goods in the Greek and foreign markets, under the brand name "Monoxilitis". This way, Company Evloyia provides a support to the holy monks, and contributes to the preservation of the Mount Athos legacy. The Company and the Monastery share the same philosophy and mission: to produce unique products, based on, and inspired by, the special Athonite way of life and the rich tradition of Mount Athos. The Company's Quality Management and Food Safety Systems are certified by the international standards ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 22000:2005.

 

Product Features

  • Authentic products from mt. Athos
  • Small convenient jar
  • Luxury glass package, ideal for gifts
  • Made in Mt. Athos, Greece

Product Cautions and Directions

  • Refrigerate after opening
  • Store in a cool and dry place

Ingredients

  • Wild Fig (55%), sugar, glucose syrup, water, 2% honey, citric acid, potassium sorbate, malic acid, salt, ascorbic acid, flavorings