Greek Farmers to Decide Further Actions After Government Proposals

After four and a half hours of talks, Greek farmers left the government mansion saying that they will present the prime minister's proposals to...

Signature Collection to Protect the Name ‘Kalamata Olives’

A collection of signatures to protect the name of origin of Kalamata olives is underway, as the designation of origin of the special Greek delicacy...

Protesting Farmers Block Customs in Northern Greece

Greek farmers and stock breeders on Thursday blocked with their tractors the customs office of Evzonoi in northern Greece, protesting against the new fiscal...

‘Supersized’ Rare White Truffle Weighing 510 Grams Found in Greece

A Greek truffle hunter discovered an unusually large rare white truffle in the mountains of northern Greece. Prized by connoisseurs as a gourmet delicacy, large...

Farmers from Northern Greece to Demonstrate on Election Day

Farmers from northern Greece will be position themselves at polling stations to protest on election day, Sunday September 20, announced the head of the...

Farmers Gather at Thessaloniki International Trade Fair to Send ‘Political Message’

Almost 300 people from the agriculture industry across Greece gathered together symbolically outside the Thessaloniki International Trade Fair on Thursday, to send a "political...

Consumers issue SOS for Greek feta cheese

Professors, journalists and consumers have banded together to found a ‘Friends of Feta Club’ to promote the Greek cheese's EU status as protected designation of origin...

Greek Farmers Continue Blockades After Failed Talks With Tsipras

Talks between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and representatives of protesting farmers on Monday evening failed to find a solution on a month-long blockade of...

The Oldest Oak Tree in Europe Is in a Northern Greek Town

With a trunk diameter of 2.25 m and a height of 23 meters, botanists say that the oak tree located just two kilometers from...

Greek Fruit and Vegetable Exports Increase in First Half of 2016

Fruit exports surged in the first half of 2016, increasing by 47.4% in volume and 25.7% in value as 787,444 tons were exported bringing...

TAP Gas Pipeline to Invest €1 Million in Greek Agricultural Program

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) will invest €1 million in educational and applied biotechnological activities, aiming at supporting the cultivation, marketing, and sale of...

Fruits Deemed ‘Superfruits’ are Increasingly Being Produced in Greece

The cultivation of superfruits in Greece now covers over 700 hectares. Superfruit is a marketing term first used in the food and beverage industry in...

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