The Fertile Crescent, the Cradle of Civilizations: Mesopotamia… An area where the earliest known human civilization on earth had emerged. Where people began to cultivate wheat, the most precious crop that helped our ancient ancestors realize they could grow food 13,000 years ago. Looking back into the abundant lands of Mesopotamia while following in the footsteps of our ancestors, we’ve started a culinary journey that’s rooted in quality and culture. We’re committed not only to the recipes, but also to how they’re prepared: from scratch and made just the way you would in your own home. As a family who has a deep passion for food, we’ve incorporated our delicious, local, heirloom recipes when creating our baked goods. What we really mean is that although the times have changed, our recipes have not. As PekFood we’re aware that frozen food has got a bad reputation, and we’re here to break that misconception. Freezing is a totally healthy way to preserve perishable foods. What we do, is simply freeze fresh, simple ingredients without using any artificial preservatives and unnatural additives. We believe that just because you’re short on time doesn’t mean you should sacrifice the quality of your food. We’re driven by serving you the taste of home while integrating authentic flavors from around the world. There is a strong family feeling behind our brand, and even though our meals are prepared in our state-of-the-art production plant, we assure you that our meals are as nutritious and tasty as home-cooked.
What We Serve
While putting flavor and nutrition in the center, we produce an array of mouth watering baked goods. Simple, wholesome recipes that have been handed down within our family for decades, such as the traditional Turkish manti, Southern Anatolian filo rolls, mille feuille, baked desserts, as well as the quintessential Neapolitan pizza that we’ve co-created with an expert Italian gourmet chef, and so many more… As PekFood we hope that you’ll have a celebration of senses with these recipes that have served generations of our family…