These medium beans are a Greek variety of high quality, thin-skinned and very easy to prepare (short boiling time) beans, due to the unique combination of micro climate, soil composition, and traditional farming techniques used (Certified cultivation under the Integrated Management Crop system). The beans are grown in small family farms, located around the Vegoritida lake, in Amynteon, Northern Greece. Farmers follow traditional cultivation methods with lot of manual work throughout the process of growing. The climate is influenced by its geographical position and altitude (about 540m to 600m, or 1,700 to 1,970 feet) and, in combination with the great mountains and lake, it is purely continental, with cold winters, high precipitation and fine snow. The average annual temperature of 11,5°C (52.7°F) positively affects the micro climate of the neighboring areas, providing milder conditions during the winter. The mild local climate, fertile soils of the drained part of the lake, and the small family farmings favor the cultivation of medium beans, giving them their distinctive quality. It is no wonder the medium beans' premium quality goes beyond anything mass-produced you have ever tried. Arosis is proud to call these beans "their own" because they embody their philosophy: to always produce goods of value, the right way, at the right time.
Arosis has had top quality and production practices since 1956.
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- Small, oval shaped white beans
- Thin skinned, buttery taste and rich aroma
- Serving size 1/4 cup (36g)
- About 12.5 servings per bag
- Check the recipe in the back of the paper
- Most friendly disinfection system with no use of chemicals
- Proudly produced in Greece
Product Cautions and Directions
- Soak for 10 hours
- Rinse with cool water
- Store in a clean and cool place
- Avoid exposure to moisture and sunlight
- Do not consume after expiration
- 100% Greek medium beans