Kostas Mpampalis z Alexandria, Imathia
The 37-year-old pomegranate grower based in Alexandria, Imathia, was one of the first to become active in the cultivation of this fruit in Greece. Having started in 2007, he now cultivates an area of over 70 stremmas (equal to 70,000 square meters).
Gregory Kourziotis z Alexandria, Imathia
51-year-old Grigoris from Alexandria, Imathia, took over the family business from his father sever years ago. When he took over, he managed to expand the cultivation of apples from 10 stremmas to approximately 50 stremmas (equal to 50,000 square meters), growing various apple cultivars.
Dimitris Papandrianos z Lalouka, Argolis
29-year-old Dimitris has been working with crops for a year. He has studied automation systems, but inspired by his family tradition of cultivation, his love for nature led him to his decision to become a farmer. He loves and takes care of his earth, telling that the greatest joy is that of harvesting and of a qualitative result.
Antonis Liliopoulos z Kouloura, Imathia
45-year-old Antonis, has been cultivating peaches for 25 years. His acres are located in Kouloura, Imathia and following the family tradition, he is working with care to always offer the best quality.
Mihalis Baxevanis z Skydra, Mavrovouni, Pella
56-year-old Michalis, is a self-employed farmer for 35 years in the area of Skydra-Mavrovouni in Pella. He is growing his fruits with love, skills and persistence in order to always offer the best quality.
Panagiotis Papakonstantinou z Makrohori, Imathia
Panagiotis is 46 years old, from Makrochori, Imathia. He has been cultivating for 20 years, trying not only to have a good agricultural practice but also to work with care, and absolute dedication to the production of fresh fruit.
George Mpoygadis z Sparta
After graduating from high school, 25-year-old Yiorgos from Peloponnesus decided to put his love for nature into practice by following the family tradition and becoming a farmer. He grows oranges and olives of various cultivars on his land in Sparta and Stefania, where he observes the rules of proper farming practice, avoiding the use of non-environmentally-friendly preparations.
Gregory Nikolopoulos z Kefalohori, Imathia
39-year-old Grigoris , from Kefalohori, Imathia, is continuing the family tradition, growing pears of various cultivars on over 50 stremmas (equal to 50,000 square meters). His goal is to expand the cultivation of pears by 40 stremmas over the next five years.
Haralambos Maragos z Chania, Argolis
67-year-old Haralambos, from Hania, Argolis, has been working in the cultivation of fruit for over 52 years. Following the family tradition and because of his love for nature, he continues to grow oranges, olives and apricots to this day, despite being a pensioner. Over the last 18 years, he has become involved in the organic farming of oranges.