The Group operates from a cluster of purposely-built food workshops and factories located in Xewkija, Gozo and aptly known as “The Magro Food Village”. The passion for good food and the deep-rooted family spirit are embraced by the well trained and highly motivated workforce, who are committed to give the best consistent results to their world class clients.
The organisation was established in 1916, when three Magro Brothers decided to join their father who was already a leading general provision merchant. In 1934 they ventured into food processing and established the first tomato processing plant on the tiny Mediterranean island of Gozo. Besides tomatoes and their renowned canning operation, Magro Brothers are today involved in the production of dairy products and in a vast range of award-winning traditional craft food.
The Magro Brothers Group of companies also have investments in property development, real estate and in the retail sector. Recently, a substantial investment was made in the maritime sector with the acquisition of a high-speed craft – HSC Artemis.View more
Peel and chop the garlic cloves. Place the rabbit portions in a large bowl and cover them with wine. Mix in the garlic, thyme, bay leaves and some seasoning. Leave some garlic for frying. Cover and leave in the fridge overnight. Heat some oil in a large saucepan. Add the garlic and fry it for a few minutes. Don’t fry until golden brown. Remove the rabbit pieces from the marinade and dry th...
Her Excellency British High Commissioner Katherine Ward LVO OBE, officially inaugurated the “British Heritage Food Hall” within the Savina Artisan Centre in Xewkija Gozo.