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    Maltese Wine | Malta

    About Maltese Wine Over two thousand years ago in the Phoenician era, wine production was introduced in Malta. In the la...

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    French Wine | Malta

    About French Wine The French wines that are produced range from expensive high-end wines that are sold internationally t...

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    Italian Wines | Malta

    Italy is one of the oldest wine-producing countries, known worldwide for the broad variety of Italian wines. There are o...

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    Salmon | Malta

    Salamun is the Maltese version of Salmon. They are found in the Northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, most types of salm...

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    Swordfish | Malta

    Pixxispad is the Maltese version of Swordfish. This type of fish has a round elongated body, known for its flat long swo...

Italian Wines | Malta

Italy is one of the oldest wine-producing countries, known worldwide for the broad variety of Italian wines. There are over 350 grape varieties that grow in every region of Italy with more than one million vineyards under cultivation. Various wines blend very well with various kinds of food.

Salmon | Malta

Salamun is the Maltese version of Salmon. They are found in the Northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, most types of salmon are born in fresh water, migrate to the open sea and return to freshwater to reproduce. There are five species of salmon all different in appearance.

Swordfish | Malta

Pixxispad is the Maltese version of Swordfish. This type of fish has a round elongated body, known for its flat long sword-like upper beak for slashing their prey and also helps them swim at high speeds, breaking through the water. Swordfish are usually found in temperate parts of the Atlantic, Pacific, Mediterranean sea.

Pagell | Malta

It is also known as the Common Pandora, a fish coming from the sea bream family. It is found in the Atlantic ocean, from Scandinavia to Cape Verde in Portugal as well as in the Mediterranean sea. The fish live near the coasts at 200m to 300m depth.

Octopus | Malta

It is found in tropical and moderate water around the world. They can grow to 1.3 m and weigh up to 10 kg. The octopus is considered the most intelligent of all invertebrates. Like a chameleon, octopus can match itself to the colours and patterns and textures of the surroundings so predators like sharks, eels and dolphins swim by without noticing the camouflage.

Lampuki | Malta

It is a fish also known as Dorado fish or Mahi Mahi. The migratory fish are found in Maltese waters between the end of August till end of November. The Dolphin fish is known to grow fast in fact local fishermen catch a lot of them weighing 1 kilo to 1.5 kilos so the fish fits nicely on a plate.

Head & Shoulders | Malta

About Head & Shoulders | Malta Head and Shoulders has been in market for over 50 years and is the leading hair care brand. The Head and Shoulders formula through research and knowledge in scalp care determined the causes of dandruff. The secret in Head and Shoulders is the active ingredient in shampoos, Zinc Pyrithione… Read More »

Barilla | Malta

About Barilla | Malta Barilla was established in 1877, it started a family business as a bakery and pasta shop in Italy. Barilla is a leading pasta business worldwide, together with pasta sauces, bakery products and bread. The company focus is oriented around a proper diet with nutritionally balanced products used on a daily basis…. Read More »

Pantene | Malta

About Pantene | Malta Pantene produce a range of products that makes your hair shine, hydrated, hair is strengthened. Through research and study of different hair structures, Pantene developed products that transform your hair into healthier hair. Their shampoos and conditioners contain Pro-Vitamins to prevent and repair hair damage. Pantene Hair care products Classic Clean… Read More »

Solar Protection Film | Malta

About Solar Protection Film in Malta Malta enjoys around 3,000 hours of sunshine per year and that is great; however when it comes to heat and UV exposure it is not such a great proposition, the sun’s rays can be harmful and quite a burden when it comes to keeping things cool inside the home,… Read More »