The making of Pelagonia Aivar

The making of Pelagonia Aivar‘ is a two-minute film shot during the harvest season this year details the relationship between Pelagonia and their pepper farmers located in the Pelagonia valley, Southwest Macedonia.

The soundtrack comes from Ljubojna, a Macedonian band writing traditional songs with contemporary twists, boasting a strong following among the arts community in the country.

Pelagonia co-founder Philip Evans said: “This project has been in the pipeline for a while, and we’re very pleased with the results. There’s SO much story behind our products and we want retailers and consumers alike to better understand the provenance of our range.”

Fact file

Pelagonia’s range of 19 recipes are available in 875 retail stores across the UK including Waitrose, Ocado and Sainsbury’s with distribution across 14 countries in Europe and the Middle East.



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