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Product Description
The "Fleur de Sel" from the area of Mani is a 100% natural product. It is hand-collected from 2,000 natural ponds, that have been formed on the rocky coasts of the Gulf of Messinia, in the Peloponnese. It's a unique place, blessed with the energy and strength of the land of Mani and its sizzling sun. It is there, in these natural ponds, that the sea froth accumulates, dries up, leaving behind the salt which is then collected. Among many other things, this area offers us the "fleur de sel" which contains more than 80 trace elements, without chemical additives. It is fresh, bright and maintains its natural moisture. Imagine the result we have when we combine this incomparable natural product to black truffle! Black truffle is collected and ground to be added to salt, adding to it its strong sensational taste. All it takes to transform a simple daily dish into a unique delight of high culinary value, is to add a pinch or two of black truffle salt before serving.
Ingredients
Fleur de sel from Mani and fresh black truffle (18%).
  • Net Weight
    50g
  • Gross Weight
    155g
  • Width
    6cm
  • Depth
    6cm
  • Height
    4.4cm
Product History
Sea salt is a product of salt water evaporation and its post processing is minimal. In its natural , unprocessed form, it contains sodium and various minerals, making it an excellent source of minerals and trace elements for the human body. It can be found in abundance in Greece, thanks to the country's huge coastline and water sources.
Meet the producer: Dirfis
Dirfis

In 2006, two young men, Eleftherios Lahouvaris and Athanasios Mastroyannis, both university graduates in Agriculture but also with great experience in mushroom growing, founded "Dirfis" – a company situated Northern Evia. Being dedicated and passionate lovers of the agricultural mycology sector, they are ‘fiercely’ engaged in the cultivation of pleurotus mushrooms and in the production of products of high gastronomical and bioactive, functional value. They participate in pioneering research projects in cooperation with universities; they constantly make sure they keep up to date with the latest developments in their field. Moreover, they share their knowledge of mushrooms through international congresses and seminars.

What "Dirfis" does, is to collect and dry wild mushrooms found in the Greek forests and launch them to the market. Eleftherios and Athanasios aim at creating new products based on mushrooms and also emphasizing their nutritious and bioactive ingredients.Dirfis has installed its mushroom cultivation unit at a safety distance of 7 km from the substrate production unit to ensure that conditions of hygiene are kept high and that risk of infection during pasteurization and incubation is kept at its lowest possible level.

Dirfis chose its location at the foothills of Mount Dirfis very carefully using stringent environmental criteria. The company’s production unit is surrounded by lush vegetation and is characterized by a terrain that is ideal for the creation of the microclimate mushrooms need in order to grow. The location of the plant is free of any vehicle or industrial pollution and follows to the letter all the specifications necessary in producing wholesome products that are rid of any external polluting factors. One of the most impressive natural phenomena is how rapidly and suddenly mushrooms appear. That phenomenon is directly linked to the evaporation rate of the mycelium’s growing fruit body and osmotic pressure. By applying the appropriate ventilation and by maintaining the cultivation cabin at the right temperature and humidity, the Dirfis team ensures that the evaporation rate of its precious cultivations will remain within required levels.

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The history of the region, dates way back to ancient times. Throughout the 2500 years of its recorded history, starting from the Neolithic era, this region witnessed many conquerors - Spartans, Athenians, Macedonians, Romans, Venetians and Ottomans.In terms of its natural landscape, Evia Island is a combination of the absolutely wonderful lush green mountains and the sapphire blue water of the sea which surrounds it – a unique combination indeed! The stunning beaches, the deep blue sea with its redeeming qualities, all mingle with the majestic and imposing presence of the mountain - the rich forested peaks, the olives trees, fig trees and fir trees are all awe-inspiring!
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Salt with black truffle, from Evia "Dirfis" 50g

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Product code: 000451 Gross Weight 155g
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