Greek Feta Cheese

Greek Feta Cheese made from sheep's milk is regarded as a premium quality cheese. Feta is a brined curd style cheese and since 2005, the European Union has registered 'feta' as a protected designated of origin. This means that in the EU, 'feta' must be from Greece and be made from sheep's milk or at least 70% sheep's milk and 30% goat's milk. A 'brined' cheese is an aged white cheese stored in a brine solution to assist with preserving and character maturation.

Gaganis & Mevgal

We are the exclusive importers of Mevgal Feta into Australia. Mevgal Feta cheese is an authentic Feta and is regarded in Greece as one of the best feta cheeses in the country and throughout the world.

Greek Feta Mevgal

In the words of Mevgal from Greece, "The traditional method of production contributes to the characteristic full taste, natural aroma and pure white colour, properties which have established Feta over the centuries as a unique natural cheese of Greece.". Visit Mevgal by clicking here.

Packaging

Mevgal Feta is stored in brine and is available in three sizes - 4 gallon tin, 1kg and 200g vacuum sealed packs. The 4 gallon (approx 14kg) tin is convenient and excellent value for restaurants, and in service delis of supermarkets and continental stores. The 1kg and 200g packs are ideal for retailers for their self service refrigerated shelves and are convenient for home use and portion control.

Greek Feta Mevgal Pack

Recipe Idea

A popular recipe for quality Mevgal Greek Feta is the traditional Greek salad. Essential ingredients include Mevgal Feta Cheese, vine ripened tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, fresh parsley, capsicum, extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Once all the salad ingredients are washed, cut and tossed together in a bowl, cube/crumble the feta over the salad and add black pepper (freshly cracked) and Greek oregano. Finish the salad by adding a generous pour of extra virgin olive oil.

Greek Feta Texture

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