History: The olive tree (Olea europaea) is a species that grows in the Mediterranean basin. In Cyprus, it spreads from the coast and extends up to 900m. Since the ancient times, the Cyprus olive oil has been one of the main export products of the island. Ancient amphora and other archaeological finds, paintings and historical references indicate the production of olive oil during the Neolithic age, the Bronze Age and the Hellenistic Period.

"A unique sweetener arising from tradition"

The carob is the fruit of the carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua) which grows in the Mediterranean regions. Cyprus however is known worldwide for the production of the best quality of carob varieties. The carob of Cyprus was previously considered as the one of the main export products and to such an extent that it featured "The black gold of Cyprus."