The signs sometimes tell you where the produce comes from. Agria Glyka is a description of the chickory from Boetia. It means wild and sweet, rather than bitter as greens can sometimes be. Wild greens are one of the most important parts of a Greek diet and may be overlooked when nutritionists marvel at the health of the people of the Mediterranean and attribute it to olive oil and sardines. Greens in my opinion are probably just as important. Patzaria of course are beets, for eighty cents a kilo. For those of you in the USA that is about forty cents a pound. Below are rapanakia, or radishes as we call them, for even less.