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For hundreds of years, trahana (aka frumenty) has been popular around Greek villages and has nurtured and warmed generation upon generation of Greek families. Beloved by all, trahana is made by blending flour or bulgur wheat with milk. Considered one of the oldest foods in the world, trahana can be found in recipes from the Balkans to the Middle East. Still, Greece holds the best claim as the country with the most kinds of trahana and trahana recipes. Trahana can be sweet or sour, large grained or small grained. Sweet trahana is made with fresh milk while sour trahana is made with sour milk. Trahana’s virtues do not stop at its exquisite, robust taste. A food poor in calories and low in fats, it is also a rich source of nutritional elements such as carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and vitamins.The company took the name from 776 BC when the first Olympic Games took place in ancient Olympia. Thousands of years later in the greater Olympia region, the people in 776 Deluxe Foods strive to continue this winning tradition by presenting the best food their region offers. 776 Deluxe Foods Sweet Trahana has a multi-layered, complex taste, is additive-free, and is made the old-fashioned way with fresh sheep’s milk. Trahana acquires a different dimension when crafted and signed by 776 Deluxe Foods: whichever recipe you go by, sweet trahana becomes a satisfying, heart-warming meal that brings you closer to traditional Greek cuisine.
  • Net Weight
    1.1lbs
  • Gross Weight
    1.15lbs
  • Width
    3.54in
  • Depth
    2.76in
  • Height
    6.3in
Product History
Trachana is one of the most characteristic Greek products. Made of flour, milk and eggs it has a shape reminiscent of an irregular coarse grain. Traditionally the dough is handmade in coarse sieves, and is spread in trays with stainless steel mesh for it to dry well. The Greek frumenty is characterized by high nutritional value, low calories and fat.
Meet the producer: 776 Deluxe Foods
776 Deluxe Foods

In 2014, a company new to the food sector was established in Pyrgos, Ilia, in the Peloponnese. Almost immediately, the first presentation of its products created a climate of high expectations. 776 Deluxe Foods was established with a view to producing and distributing to the market wholesome products local to the area of Ilia and traditional in nature. Its range of premium, gourmet products includes olive oil, honey, and traditional pasta such as sweet trahanas (frumenty), hilopites (noodles), lasagna, kritharaki (orzo), and papardelle.

776 Deluxe Foods set out to promote worldwide the gourmet extra virgin olive oil which is produced in the area of ancient Olympia and that no one knew about outside the borders of Greece. The company was convinced that the world had to find out about that superior olive oil and that its mission was to share that treasured product with people around the world. Its mission soon grew to include not only the production and distribution of its own extra virgin olive oil but also the select local products of small food producers. Why 776 Deluxe Foods? What does that number mean? The company took its name from the date 776 BCE, the date when the first Olympic Games were held in ancient Olympia. Thousands of years later after that date, in the greater area of Olympia, the 776 Deluxe Foods team is striving to continue the Greek spirit of winning and the region’s tradition by making available to the world the very best foods that the bounty of the area of Olympia so generously yields.

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Olympia, western Peloponnese, is ancient Greece’s most renowned sanctuary and was dedicated to Zeus, father of gods and mortals. It was within that magnificent ancient temple that the formidable ivory & gold statue of Zeus used to stand. Sculpted by Pheidias, it had been named one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. One of the most significant ancient sites worldwide, Olympia is a pole of attraction for visitors and determines the area’s tourism profile.

However, the significance of the ancient site of Olympia does not stop there. It was at Olympia that the Olympic Games, the ancient Greeks’ most important event were held in classical times. A series of athletic competitions, the Olympic Games traditionally date back to 776 BC. Even today, the contemporary Olympics Games begin at that ancient site with the ceremony of the lighting of the Olympic Flame which travels around the world to the place the games are held every four years.

The greater area of Olympia (Ilia) is not simply the location of some of the world’s most significant archeological sites. It is a fertile farmland with thriving olive and citrus groves, vineyards, and wheat fields. Olympia geographical profile is characterized by a diversity that is created by the area’s hills, valleys, lofty mountains, and steep cliffs dropping to the sea. Enchanting sandy stretches, wetlands that are the habitat of rare aquatic fauna and flora, verdant forests, hot springs, and traditional villages co-exist in harmony with wondrous archaeological sites, historical monuments, and Byzantine monasteries in a rich weave that is the history of Olympia and Ilia.

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«Trahanas» traditional milk pasta from Ilia "776 Deluxe Foods" 17.6oz

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Product code: 500644 Gross Weight 1.15lbs
As traditional Greek as it could be, this delicious sweet trahana is made in llia, western Peloponnese. It’s homemade from sheep’s milk and flour.
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