MEGAS YEEROS investing €10 million in the next 5 years, while focusing in the american market
Feta cheese scientists decode the dna of the famous greek cheese
Megas Yeeros, one of the leading Greek brands in the production of souvlaki, gyros and other meat products, has announced a 10 million euros investment within the next 5
years, that will include a second production unit in North America, either in the US or in Canada, as Mr Nikos Loustas, CEO of the company, is currently exploring all possible
expansion options. It is worth mentioning that Megas Yeeros already owns a 5,000 m2 factory in New Jersey, which started operating in 2014. www.megasyeeros.com
MILLION EUROS WAS THE TOTAL VALUE OF GREEK WINE EXPORTS IN THE US FOR THE YEAR 2017 –A 49% INCREASE OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS, WHILE SALES VOLUME GREW 15% FOR THE SAME PERIOD
Scientists at the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA) have recently decoded the DNA of the authentic Feta cheese produced in Greece, unlocking its secrets at a molecular level. Dr George Tsangaris and Dr Athanasios Anagnostopoulos analyzed several varieties of PDO Feta cheese from all over Greece, identifying their nutritional properties and value. The research revealed that all varieties of PDO Feta contain 489 different types of protein known, among others, for their antimicrobial activity and for strengthening the immune system. It also identified many proteins related to vitamins. As a result, the original Greek Feta cheese emerges as one of the most proteinrich cheeses in the world!
FEDON rising sales and growing interest to Expand in Australia Fedon, among the top bakery and confectionery production businesses in Greece, has set its sights on the Australian market. The company is slowly but surely entering the retail sector of Down Under with an aim to “strengthen our exports, especially after having infiltrated the markets of Israel and the Middle East, in 2018,” according to Mr Stathis Giahanatzis, Managing Director of the business. At the same time, sales for the previous year have risen, amounting to over €8.5 million.www.fedon.gr