In Radiki we believe that man should begin to return to the primary forms of food and leave behind the manufactured foods that have prevailed in everyday diet .Radiki was created to remind people the pure and beneficial foods of Greek Earth that have been forgotten
Living within nature man was surrounded by food and all he had to do was to collect. Wild grasses, roots, herbs, nuts, fresh fruits and vegetables, selected and prepared with wisdom, were daily at the table of the Greeks ensuing health and longevity.
The gastronomy is a composite Greek word derived from "gastra", which means stomach and "law." It is surprising that nowadays the term is used in almost all Romance languages to describe the technical processing of food in order to create new flavors.
In Radiki we recognize that our activity is not part of the natural life circle and therefore has an impact on the environment. It would be ideal if one day, man returned to nature and did not need our services.
A great deal of energy is spent on the transportation of our goods in order to ensure that you receive them in the freshest state possible. The least we can do is to try to minimize our own the environmental impact. (more)
Hippocrates believed that food was the human's medicine. Today, food is the reason that people need medicine.
At March 2013 radiki project was hosted at TEDxAUEB at Michalis Kakogiannis Institute. TEDx AUEB is the first TEDx event that was organised by a greek University, the Economic University of Athens. There was presented the idea behind the radiki project and the true spirit our initiative. Take a look at the presentation below.