Worldwide cultivated several species and varieties of wheat on an area of over 2.2 billion acres. The main producing countries are China, India, USA, Russia, France, Canada, Germany, Turkey, Australia, etc. The production of the 2003 -2004 (according to the FAO) reached 630 million tons.
In Greece, the cultivation of wheat (Average 2003 -2005), covers an area of approximately 8.5 million hectares, representing 21.5% of the total cultivated area of the country. Cultivated mainly durum wheat (Triticum durum) and to a lesser extent soft (Triticum aestivum).

Durum wheat

Durum wheat or else Triticum durum is the main crop durum wheat .There are many indications that people eat “pasta” of hard wheat from very early (5000 BC-Today). It is known that our country has a tradition thousands of years in the cultivation of durum wheat. The cultivation of durum wheat is mainly located in the prefectures of Evros, Halkidiki, Thessaloniki, Kilkis, Larissa and Magnesia and soft especially in the prefectures of Kozani, Grevena, Thessaloniki and Kilkis.

Soft wheat

The exaploeides soft wheat (Triticum aestivum L. Em. Thell) – is the traditional breadmaking wheat. Due to the high content of protein in the endosperm, especially the varieties with hard endosperm, considered valuable for making bread and widely used as animal feed.


Maize was introduced in Europe by the Spaniard Fernando Cortes (1519). From Spain, the Arabs spread to the Mediterranean and Africa from Egypt to the Ottoman Empire and Greece. It is an annual plant which can reach a height of 3.50m. The fruit, because of its shape, is called cone or cob, covered from the corn grain and wrapped in leaves, taking membranous composition during curing. Maize does not thrive at cold climates during its germination ° requires an average temperature (19 ° C). While growing during summer it requires plenty of water and lots of soluble nutrients. It needs frequent watering. In Greece the sowing is done in April-May in rows or bulging. When grown a few centimeters, sweep and then carved, watered. Maize is used as food for human and animal health. The chloro-maize grass helps dairy cows. The dry tops are used for animal feed. Up to 2012, the number of cultivated maize land in Greece, reached 173,587.84 acres.


Pulses, important known from antiquity (Homer called Kri). Cultivated in many places in Greece and throughout the world, from the equator to the poles. It needs dry calcium. It grows better than wheat in poor soils. The fruit is used, alone or mixed with wheat for human consumption, and on its own for animal feed and the end is the main raw material for the manufacture of beer.


Main products of cotton ginning, separated and stored in warehouses protected from moisture and available for feed.



According to analysis of the export statistics of ELSTAT data, the Greek Foreign Trade (OPE), the Greek exports in cotton in 2010 increased 28% compared with 2009.
Turkey remains, in 2010, first destination of Greek exports, accounting for 60% of total industry exports. Here, Egypt and Indonesia, with a share of 18% and 6.5% respectively in total.

Raw Cotton

After collection of cotton by machinery or harvest by hand, transported by private trucks and protected as moisture can best be transferred to our facilities to become the separation of fibers from the seeds, which have one of the most modern plants in Greece, consisting of a series of machines ginning CONTINETAL EAGLE 161 and 141 with ginning capacity of 900 tons of cotton per 24 hours in Komotini facilities 300 mt /24 hours at Xanthi and 280mt /24 hours at Kavala and Drama.


We buy from the manufacturer at the best price, the unginned cotton with validity and reliability in our choices with the valuable help of our partners in the control and choice of quality.


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