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What we do

  • Triantafyllos Samaras came to Greece with his mother from Tatavla of Konstantinoupoli, now Kurtulus, after the 1923 population exchange between Greece and Turkey. His ancestors were traders and farmers. When he grew up, he became a farmer himself in North Euboea in the town of Neos Pyrgos. From his early years, he was working hard, cultivating a wide variety of food products, tomatoes, sprouts, melons, watermelons, olives, and many more. He was selling his products in the food market of Aidipsos and the wholesale food market of Athens. He married Evlampia, and together they had two sons Thanassis and Apostolis. The business was thriving, and in 1962 he bought his first tractor a Fordson with a Perkins engine with license plate 323 (the 323 tractor in Greece). This revolutionized the way of cultivation, harvest, and transport.

    Thanassis and Apostolis also got involved in the agricultural industry, and in their early thirties, they started their own business, one of the biggest pig farms in Euboea, Greece. Although several factors went wrong, and they lost everything, they returned to the cultivation of land, which helped them get on their feet again.

    In late 2008 Apostolis, with his son, Triantafyllos, started their own company, with the primary ambition to sell quality food products in Greece and abroad, by controlling all the aspects from the field to the packaging, till the shelf. Now their products are the best sellers in the Athens wholesalers central food market and exported in two continents. With the logistics center of the company being in Agios Ioannis Rentis of Attica, in the center of the Greek food industry and two packaging facilities in Euboea and Atalanti.

  • With our producers in North Euboea, we cultivate figs of the Taxiarchis variety; our facilities can process 200 tonnes per harvest year. Our dried figs offer a wide range of packages, such as vacuum bags, plastic bags, or bulk, we also offer dried fig bars.

    In our olives processing facility in Atalanti, Greece, we gather the fresh olives, and through natural procedures, we make them edible. We can process 4.500 tonnes of olives per year. Kalamon, Chalkidikis, Amfissis, black, and green olives are our main varieties. We have cutting edge machines that sort the olives based on color and size, we can extract the pit and also make olive paste. Our company has ISO 22000 certification.

    We offer a wide range of packaging per product for B2B customers. Olive packed in vacuum bags and Doy packs (stand up pouch) of 250gr, 500gr, 1kg, 3kg, 5kg. In plastic transparent pet containers of 600gr, 2.5kg, 5kg. In large plastic containers of 13kg, 50kg, 80kg, 130kg, 150kg. In glass jars 200gr, 500gr, 1.5kg. Dried figs Taxiarchi B. Evia in traditional packaging of 250gr, 500gr; in vacuum bags 250gr but also bulk 5kg packaging with a window, suitable for wholesale. We can also package products at the request of the client for private label.

  • Provided that our Packaging and Logistic center is based in Athens and more specifically, in Agios Ioannis Rentis, the heart of the Greek food industry, we have the competitive advantage of ensuring to the customer that the products leave in the best condition but also delivered in such.