Today we celebrate the regional holiday of the Canary Islands. The holiday is held in memory of the first session of the new regional parliament on May 30, 1983. Since then, the “Día de Canarias” is celebrated on all islands, and throughout the day numerous events take place, with tradition and folklore in the foreground.Continue Reading “May 30th – Dia de Canarias”
Ingredients for 4 servings: 1 large cup of oatmeal 1 large cup of milk (+ add according to preference) 150 ml yogurt, can be vanilla flavor 4 large chopped dried apricots, 1 tablespoon raisins 2 teaspoons of sugar or honey either small amount of sunflower seeds and / or chopped nuts 1 tablespoon orange juiceContinue Reading “Tigaiga – Muesli – Recipe”
A peculiarity of the Canarian Carnival is the “Burial of the Sardine”. Symbolically, Carnival is carried to the grave with a fish made out of paper mache. But before she is taken through the streets, so that everyone can hear the lamentations of widows or widowers! Our team with black veil hats or face masks,Continue Reading “Tigaiga … enjoying our Carnival”
More sunshine to welcome in Canarian Day!
Highest standards for health protection and working safety in the Tigaiga include HACCP training for employees Annual health checks Regular work safety audits Hygiene training Training to avoid working accidents and avoid safer handling of tools and machines