European Commission Asks EU Court To Fine Greece For Water Pollution

The European Commission on Thursday asked the EU's highest court, the European Court of Justice, to fine Greece over water pollution due to agricultural activity. Referring...
The Sakellaropoulos family olive groves, with the Taygetos Mountain in the background

The Sakellaropoulos Family Combines Olive Oil Tradition and Innovation

Nick Sakellaropoulos grew up watching his father and grandfather create unique products based on a family tradition infused with olives and olive oil. “My...

The Impressive Multi-Level Santorini Winery Built According to the Law of Gravity

The Venetsanos winery, above the port of Athinios, overlooks the magnificent caldera of Santorini. One of the oldest wineries on the island, it has...

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...

Greek Farmers Will Continue to Protest Until September 20 Elections

Amid the implementation of the new bailout's reforms, Greek farmers will continue to protest on the streets of Northern Greece until the September 20 Greek elections. The...

Edessa Cherries, Wine For Gastronomy Fair

Crunchy cherries, traditional jams and cheese will be featured at the 1st Gastronomic Fair of Edessa from May 17-19, a festival which draws the...

Greek Olive Oil Prices Drop Despite Demand

Prices of Greek extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) are dropping despite shortages in the 2014 harvest season of other major producers like Spain, France,...

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...

Greek Farmers Ready to Rally Protesting Tax and Security Fund Reforms

Greek farmers and stockbreeders will demonstrate massively against the new taxes imposed on them, threatening that they may even block national highways before Christmas. The PanHellenic...

Wine Tourism to be Included in Greece’s Travel Packages

The Federation of Tourist and Travel Agencies in Greece, FedHATTA, and the National Interprofessional Organisation of Vine and Wine held an event for the...

Greek PM Speaks on Rural Development, has Tiff With Reporters

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday spoke to farmers' representatives while he had a tiff with reporters who were covering the meeting. Tsipras met...

International Tender for Hellenic Sugar Industry’s Serbia Units to be Launched in November

Foreign investors are showing strong interest in acquiring Hellenic Sugar Industry's two factories in Serbia, Christos Rossios, chairman of the company told ANA on...

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