The Greek Farmer: Young Graduates Who Surf the Web

Farming in Greece used to be more of an empirical job, with knowledge being passed down each generation. This tradition is slowly changing and...

Young Farmers Receive Financial Aid

The Greek government has launched a new program for young people wishing to live in the Greek countryside and become involved with agriculture and farming. Greece's national file...

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,...

Greece, Cyprus and Hungary to Export Food to Russia Despite EU Sanctions

Greece, Cyprus and Hungary are likely to be allowed to export fruits and vegetables to Russia, despite the ongoing European Union sanctions imposed on...

Russian Embargo Causes Damages of €50 Million

Market experts estimate that the damages the Russian food embargo will cause to the Greek economy will be at least 50 million euros. Fruit growers, fish farmers...
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...

Coming Your Way: Donkey Milk Powder

Products in the form of powder made of donkey milk, with a high added value produced with an innovative method using membrane technology, high...

Eleven Wineries From Crete Travel to Düsseldorf’s ‘ProWein’ Exhibition

  Eleven wineries from Crete are participating in the biggest international wine exhibition held in Düsseldorf, “ProWein,” between March 19-21. The wineries that are participating are...

European Commission Sues Denmark for Marketing Danish Cheese as “Feta”

The European Commission referred the nation of Denmark to the European Court of Justice on Wednesday, accusing it of violating European Union law in...

Greek Feta Cheese, Ouzo to Receive Protection From Counterfeits in China

China and the European Union will sign an accord in Beijing on Wednesday to protect products which have a specific geographical origin — such...

Greek Farmers Gearing Up for More Protests

Greek farmers around the country held various protests on Thursday after talks between their representatives and Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras broke down earlier the...

Greek Fruit and Vegetables Export Value Reduced by 4% in 2014

The value of Greek fruit and vegetable exports has been slightly decreased between January and October 2014 and totaled some 765 million euros, almost...

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