Charalambides-Kristis traditional ravioles win ‘Grocery Retail Award’
The dairy-to-pasta company CharalambidesKristis has received the top prize among all foodstuff in its category during the Grocery Retail Awards for its ‘ravioles’ made from the traditional Pissouri halloumi cheese and part of the company’s new ‘Spitikes Gevseis’ (Home Tastes) range of products.
Ravioles, the Cypriot version of the Venetian ‘ravioli’, are made almost the same way as the Italian pasta, usually served either in chicken broth or with a pasta sauce, and almost always topped with grated halloumi cheese. Just as the traditional food in the Italian cuisine, ravioli are square semicircular.
“Innovation and the quality standards we have introduced, primarily due to our own Pissourkotiko Halloumi, are the main ingredients in the preparation of the ravioles,” said the company’s Frozen Foods Manager Anthimos Anthimou.