Thirty-four companies form group to promote the Greek economy and sustainable business practices

Thirty-four Greek companies joined forces to form “Ella-Dika Mas”, a group supporting sustainable production models among Greek businesses and contributing to the improvement of the Greek economy.

In a press conference on Tuesday, the group (whose name is a play on the words “Greek” and “ours”) said that their members wish to keep production and their base of operations in Greece, and the ownership of their companies in Greek hands.

Their production models and operations, they said, will contribute to the reduction of unemployment and the reinvestment of national wealth in Greece.

Some of the companies included in the group are Agrino, Cretan Olive Mill, Epsa, Ktima Gerovassiliou, Kyknos, Loux, Nitsiakos, Varvayianni Distillers, Vikos, and Vlahaki Eggs.

All 34 companies account for a turnover of 1 billion euros, and involve over 2,500 product codes, 4,400 employees and 64 production facilities throughout Greece. The group has adopted a logo with “Ella-Dika Mas” on over 2 billion items of products, to promote Greek products and raise public awareness about them.