Mr. Goudas Events and News

Jan 20, 2005

Hmmm... this Bulgaria is Delicious!



This year, Goudas Foods is expecting a big success in the food market, as the business links with Bulgaria have been established and the products are now ready to enter the stores.

As you can see in the picture, a great number of ready-to-eat foods will now be available in the stores for the public to enjoy. 

Here at Goudas Foods, we have already had many lunches trying these delicious foods.

In fact, most of us have developed preferences, which we will list here by related department: the packaging department enjoys the Okra and the Stifado above all; the sales personnel is crazy about the Stuffed Peppers and the Dolmades (Stuffed Grape Leaves), and the office staff has fallen in love with the Green Beans and the Eggplant Imam.

A new favourite is also the Honey coming from Bulgaria, the most pure and tasty in the world, which we enjoy with our tea, milk, or on fresh bread.
(For more information, check-out the events on specific product articles). 

Goudas Foods has already established a long-lasting friendship with the Bulgarian food factory where all these amazing products are prepared. Turns out, the Bulgarian ways have captured our... hm, stomach! And when this happens, anytime you try these delicious ready-to-eat products, you too will find yourself saying out loud: 
"Hmmm... this Bulgaria is delicious"! 

Friendly reminder from Goudas Foods: If these products are not available at the store where you presently do your shopping, then ask the manager to order them for you.

If your request is not met, that means that you may have to consider changing store.

You may view the article written by Sofia Papadhimitri who travelled to Bulgaria on behalf of Mr. Goudas.  
During this visit she was able to meet the people in charge of farming, cultivation and production.
  
Sofia had a wealth of information to relate to Mr. Goudas upon her return which assisted him in making up his mind about initiating this venture.

 

 

 

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