the story of magna grecia
Magna Graecia (Latin: Great Greece / Greek: Μεγάλη Ἑλλάς) was the name given by the Romans to the coastal areas of Southern Italy in the 8th century BC due to the migration of Greek settlers. The Greek settlers who arrived, in what is now modern day Calabria and Sicily, brought with them their Hellenic civilization, including the Greek cuisine which was to leave a lasting imprint on Italy. Today, MagnaGrecia™️ Foods presents a premium collection of Greek and Italian inspired food products, paying homage to the Greek culture and cuisine that has helped shape the modern world and Mediterranean diet.
Extra Virgin Greek Olive Oil
NEW: In addition to our popular 8.5 oz and 16.9 oz boutique bottles - the Magna Grecia extra virgin organic Greek olive oil is now offered in 64 ounce (half gallon), 128 ounce (full gallon) glass jugs as well as 5 gallon plastic jugs.
USDA Organic extra virgin Greek olive oil
The majority of home and restaurant cooked meals are prepared or finished with olive oil. Taste the most flavorful of all extra virgin olive oils with Magna Grecia imported Greek olive oil. You have never tasted an organic, cold pressed, raw and unfiltered oil like this. We guarantee it!
Michelin-Star-Scouted Restaurant Meze Mediterraneo Chooses MagnaGrecia™
The prestigious Magna Grecia ™ extra virgin Greek olive oil is the oil of choice at the famous Michelin-Star-Scouted restaurant, Meze Mediterraneo - in Schaumburg, Illinois.