Reduce by Half Episode 36: Mavra of Mavra’s Greek Oil

How the heck do you get olive oil from Greece to America? And how do you accomplish that feat as a small, independent person sourcing oil from your family farm? To get this answer, and so much more, we talked to Mavra Papadatos of Mavra’s Greek Oil. She’s a fourth generation olive farmer from Greece who now lives in America and imports her family’s products to sell at farmer’s markets and retail stores here in the states. We talk about her story, her products, and more. Take a listen on iTunes, your favorite podcast platform, or the player below. Enjoy!

Mavra’s Greek Oil

Mavra In Vineyard

Mavra was born and raised on a farm in Greece and now brings her family’s olive products (and more!) into America. These are high quality products with beautiful flavors. Mavra sells her products in retail outlets and at farmer’s markets around Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois area. If you are interested in olive oil, vinegars, or Greek food in general, go meet Mavra and try her products. You won’t regret it.

At Lake Geneva Country Meats, we sell Mavra’s oils, balsamic vinegars, and olive spreads. Stop by and try them today. They’re great for marinades, dressings, and with charcuterie boards. Mavra has lots of information on her story, her products, and recipe ideas on her website. To check it out, just click the button below!

Visit Mavra’s Website Now!

Thank you for listening. We are so glad we were able to sit down with Mavra. She’s an awesome lady, and appreciate her time. Stay tuned for more episodes coming soon, and please, if you haven’t already, leave us a rating or review on your favorite podcasting platform. They’re much appreciated. Cheers!

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