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Feta cheese, goat cheese, kasseri, sheep cheese, graviera – the list is long when it comes to the selection of Greek cheese. Feta cheese is almost synonymous with Greece, and most people associate the creamy cheese with Greek cuisine. On this page, you will find a wide selection of Greek cheese, which can, among other things, add a lot of delicious flavor to your salads, pies or mincemeat.

The Greek feta cheese

Feta cheese is a classic in Greek cuisine. The salty and slightly sour taste, in combination with the creamy texture, has become a favorite with both children and adults.

The Greek feta cheese is made from sheep's and goat's milk and is aged for at least two months. It has a fantastic quality and must not be confused with salad cheese. In fact, the cheese can only be called feta if it is produced in special Greek regions.

Feta can be used for most dishes. It is often used in a salad as a side dish or as a small starter. You can use your feta in a Greek mincemeat, in a classic Greek farmer's salad or combine the feta with diced watermelon and a bit of mint - a wonderful and mouth-watering combination.

Greece's best cheeses

Although feta is the most well-known cheese and is almost always associated with Greece, there are also many other Greek cheeses that easily whet the appetite.

Several of the Greek cheeses are made from goat's or sheep's milk, and one of the popular ones is graviera. The wheel-shaped cheese is versatile because it can be sliced, grated, used in baked dishes and served in salads. You will also find cashiers in our selection on this page. It is made from both goat's and sheep's milk and is a semi-hard cheese that fits perfectly in your homemade Greek dishes.

Discover our wide range of Greek cheese here.