Daily Archives: March 19, 2014

  • "Agora" -New Top Quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Greece

    “Agora” comes to place on your table a product with unmatched nutritional value!

    We created a Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), from Kolymvari, Chania, Crete, a region recognized worldwide and awarded for the quality of the oil it produces.

    The selected tin of 500ml protects the product throughout its use from the sun, wind and humidity. Please store it in a cool, dark place.

    The design of the tin is ergonomic, so the package shrinks peripheral costs, while the tin is lightweight, easy to carry, and user friendly with a label that remains intact.

    You get a shiny product in your kitchen that will decorate your space! And remember: Our tin is recyclable!”

    Red Creative designed an ergonomic, lightweight, and friendly label design for Agora extra virgin olive oil. The design is both recyclable and sustainable and would look beautiful in any kitchen space.

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    “Agora” comes to place on your table a product with unmatched nutritional value! We created a Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Protected Designation of Origin (PDO), from Kolymvari, Chania, Crete, a region recognized worldwide and awarded for the quality of the oil... 
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  • Restaurant Thalassa offers an unforgettable Greek experience in Goa, India

    In Greek, Thalassa means ‘the sea’ and indeed the dominating view at this scenic restaurant in Vagator, North Goa, is the Indian Ocean.

    It is difficult to imagine a more idyllic setting for an alfresco restaurant than Thalassa, which sits on a cliff overlooking the ocean. While the sun is still out, you can’t take your eyes off the lovely Vagator coast. When it’s dark it’s still the sea dominating your experience as you feel the breeze on your face. And you never stop hearing the ocean’s own symphony, as the waves ebb and flow.

    In my eating out experience, Thalassa reigns supreme. If you are planning a trip to Goa, reserve an evening for Thalassa. Talking about reserving, do not arrive at the restaurant without a prior booking. In the evenings there are usually many people waiting for a table at the restaurant, which is extremely popular with both tourists as well as well-heeled Goans.

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    In Greek, Thalassa means ‘the sea’ and indeed the dominating view at this scenic restaurant in Vagator, North Goa, is the Indian Ocean. It is difficult to imagine a more idyllic setting for an alfresco restaurant than Thalassa, which sits on a cliff overlooking the... 
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