They live around us, nourish us, quench our thirst, live with us, heal us.

Mushrooms belong to fungi. They differ from bacteria, algae and plants and are considered to be a separate kingdom. More than 5,000 types of mushrooms are worldwide known. In Greece 2,200 types are known, from which 150 are edible.

Mushrooms are ideal food; apart from their excellent taste and unique aroma, they have the advantage of being free from chemical fertilizers, hormones and pesticides. Furthermore, they are rich in proteins and low in carbohydrates and fats.

In any case, mushrooms are an excellent gastronomic choice.

Get mushrooms of your choice from the options we offer in order to meet your needs. More specifically:

Champignon (Agaricus) Mushrooms

Champignon (Agaricus)

The Champignon mushrooms (Agaricus) have miraculous healing properties in a wide range of disorders, the immune system, the cardiovascular system, digestion, weight management, diabetes acute and chronic allergies, cataracts, hearing problems, chronic fatigue syndrome, diarrhea, constipation and liver disorders.

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Pleurotus Mushrooms


The Pleurotus mushrooms (known as King Trumpet, Horn Mushroom) are native to Mediterranean regions of Europe, Middle East and North Africa, but cultivated in regions of Asia as well. In Chinese they are called Xing bao Gu. In Japanese, they are called eringi.

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Portobello Mushrooms


Portobello mushrooms come from Europe and North America. They are called Agaricus Bisporus and are cultivated in more than 70 countries. They are of the most well known and widely consumed mushrooms throughout the world.

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Porcini Mushrooms (Frozen)


Awarded as an ingredient in various food. It is a mushroom highly regarded in many cuisines, usually prepared and eaten in soups, pasta or risotto.

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Shiitake Mushrooms


Fresh and dried Shiitake mushrooms have many uses in the East Asian cuisine. In Chinese cuisine, they are often sauteed in vegetarian dishes, in Japan they are served in miso soup, and it is also used as an ingredient in many steamed and simmered dishes.

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Enoki Mushrooms


The Enoki mushrooms grow naturally on the stumps of the Chinese Hackberry tree, called enoki in Japanese, but on some other trees as well, such as mulberry and lotus. There is a significant difference in the appearance between wild and cultivated mushrooms.

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Truffle Mushrooms


Truffle mushrooms have been successfully cultivated since 1808, known in French as trufficulture. The successful attempts were met with enthusiasm in southern France as the soil there was chalky and the weather was dry and hot, ideal for truffle mushrooms.

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