Made exclusively from Greek pasteurized sheep and goat milk, at a proportion of at least 70% sheep and 30% goat milk. 

FETA POP KLEPKOS stands out for its delicate flavor and excellent aroma while it contains less salt and almost no lactose. Its unique characteristics are due to the milk coming from small animal units from the mountainous area of ​​the Kilkis and Langadas, as well as the traditional technique of its manufacture.

It is packed in tins of 7 and 14 kilos, but also in smaller packs of 4, 2 and 1 kilos. It is also available in fixed and non-fixed weight packages.


Feta is the most popular Greek cheese. It is present almost everyday in a Greek table. It is a white cheese that matures in brine for at least two months. Milk must come only from Greek sheep and goat breeds, which are bread on the local flora of each region, mainly in free-range pastures. It contains at least 43% fat on dry basis and maximum humidity should not exceed 56%. It has a particularly pleasant taste and is a popular ingredient in many salads and various Mediterranean recipes. It was registered in 2002 as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product.

Nutritional information (per 100gr):

Energy: 1133 kj / 271 kcal

Fat: 23gr (of which saturated 16gr)

Carbohydrates: 0,1 grams (of which 0,1 grams of sugar)

Proteins: 15gr

Salt: 2.2gr


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