- Diabetic living winner
- BITE OF SEATTLE
- COME VISIT THE GREEK GODS @ 2009 Folk Life Festival
- Bonnaroo 2009
- Greek Gods join with Metropolitan Market to support the Seattle Childrens Musuem
- 2008 Woodinville Women's Show
- 2008 Northwest Women's Show
- Greek Gods Greek Yogurt is
proud to be a 2008 "Kid Picks" at PCC.
- 2006 Northwest Womens Show
- Cooking with Anita
- Greek Gods are Unwrapped
Winner: The Greek Gods Nonfat Plain
Why it won: Don't brush off plain yogurt until you've tried this thick and creamy Greek-style version. Pair it with a serving of fresh fruit for a truly satisfying snack. Plus, a carton provides one-fourth of your daily calcium needs.
Taste-tester's quote: "This has good flavor and even has a hint of sweetness."
Nutrition facts per 6-ounce carton:
- 60 cal.
- 10 g carb.
- 0 g fat
- 6 g pro.
- 105 mg sodium
- 2 g fiber
The Northwest's Premier Food Festival
July 17, 18 and 19, 2009
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. - 8 p.m.
COME JOIN THE GREEK GODS!
The Greek Gods were asked to open their doors to the Food Channel for the day. Of course, they welcomed the opportunity to showcase their authentic Greek style products to the mass market. "We jumped at the opportunity with zeal and enthusiasm" stated The Greek Gods.
For the past 3 years The Greek Gods have been delivering authentic Greek products to the retail and food service marketplace. It has been their quest to educate the consumer as to the benefits of their authentic Greek products. "We want to give the consumer a selection of our traditional Greek recipes that we've been enjoying for years with out families" stated the Greek Gods. "Many people only know the generic brands of hummus, or tzatziki in the marketplace, and are really impressed when they try the Greek Gods Brand."
Original show aired: October 10, 2005 - Food Network Channel.
The Greek Gods had the pleasure of joining the Cooking with Anita class in Mercer Island, WA on September 10th 2005. We must say that we were intrigued at the opportunity of working side by side with Anita during her Greek cooking class. We jumped at the opportunity! The warmth of Anita's home combined with the friendly cooking guests was a magical combination. All of the dishes were absolutely wonderful, and prepared in traditional Greek fashion. Our entire family would gladly join Anita and Lars again for this amazing experience.
This is how the class unfolds:
The evening works like this...when you arrive, you'll be welcomed with a glass of wine and light nibbles. Then the group is divided into cooking teams and the preparation begins. Everything needed, cooking utensils and ingredients are in front of you. Anita will float from team to team answering questions as they come up. Once all the courses are prepared and ready, everyone is seated around a table decorated with flowers & an array of candles... and we enjoy the delicious dinner that we've created together! Wine is served with dinner. The rest of the evening is enjoyed around a lively table, consuming what we've prepared and getting to know each other. There's plenty of food and wine for everyone. This isn't exactly a cooking class rather a team cooking adventure with Anita as the background consultant! Serving time is usually around 9 but can run a little later depends on the progress of the "cooks."
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The Greek Gods attended and exhibited at the 2006 Northwest Women's Show from March 24-26, 2006. The show boasted a wonderful turnout of people from all over. The Greek God's showcased their exciting line of authentic Greek Yogurts, and hummus products.
The Greek Gods would like to personally thank all of the wonderful attendees for visiting their booth.
"It was really fun interacting will all of the people at the show." "We live for any opportunity to connect with our consumers directly." "We're very pleased that everyone was enthusiastic about our line of Greek yogurts, and so well educated as to the benefits of eating a quality yogurt product!" stated The Greek Gods.
Feb. 12, 2008
PCC's Kid Picks program ... the taste test program that invites kids of age 12 and younger to try items approved for sale at PCC and to vote "Like" or "Don't like."
Since the program began in March 2004, Kid Picks tests have been conducted in over 209 venues (PCC stores, community centers and events, and public and private schools). 2,040 products have been tested by over 16,929 kid "judges and 1,184, or 58%, of the products have passed. ("Undecided" is not an option; if a judge isn't certain if he/she likes a product or not, they are asked if they would eat/use the product at home.) Each product is tested by a minimum of 30 kids and is designated as Kid Pick if:
- it can be statistically determined that at least two-thirds of any group of kids trying it would like it.*
- food products, with some exceptions, meet the criteria of fat content less than/equal to 30% of total calories (3 grams per 100 calories) per serving, saturated fat less than/equal to 10% of total calories, and sugar content less than/equal to 15 grams.
|Once again this year from March 18 - 20, The Greek Gods exhibited at the 17th annual Northwest Women's Show at QWEST Events Center in Seattle. The show featured 650 booths featuring local businesses and services as well as daily seminars conducted by celebrity speakers.|
|The Greek Gods booth was one of the anchors of the show, with attendees lined up to take pictures with a Greek God while sampling The Greek Gods famous Greek Honey yogurt and Pagoto Ice Krema (Greek Ice Cream).|
|The Greek Gods would like to thank everyone that stopped by and joined in on the festivities.|
When The Greek Gods were asked to help support a new exhibit at the Seattle Childrens Museum, they jumped at the opportunity.
The 740-square-foot child-size "Metropolitan Market" is named for the upscale food giant, the primary donor for the exhibit.
The exhibit, which opened Saturday, Sept. 6, 2008, includes shelves of canned foods, baskets of fruits and veggies, breads, a dairy case full of Greek Gods Yogurt, and fake freezers stocked with Greek Gods Pagoto Ice Krema.
Kids can pile groceries high in their carts, and go through electronic check stands. Each item can be scanned to reveal nutritional information and daily healthy eating habits. Not only is it a good time for kids, but also a learning experience at the same time.
This exhibit is a fabulous addition to the museum, and The Greek Gods are proud to be a supporter.