Acquisition of Hellenic Sign for Products of Dairy Products Tripolis - Papadopoulos SA

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80 years Tripoli's Dairy

Από το 1945 έως σήμερα….

Tripolis Dairy is a family run business that has been active in the dairy industry since 1945. During those difficult postwar years, George Papadopoulos and his wife, Angeliki, managed to set up a small cheese factory in Chotoussos, in Chotoussa.

The difficulties were great, but the determination and hard work that distinguished them never betrayed them. So the traditional Papadopoulos slice took the first cowardly steps in the grocery stores of the entire county. With art, taste and respect for tradition, over the years has managed to become one of the largest dairy industries in Arcadia, while maintaining its family character.

Having a unique experience with their son, Vasilis creates a larger space by pushing both of his sons George and John into their own steps. So in 1998 the cheese factory moved its facilities to a technologically modern factory in Capsia Mantineia. The company has its own milk processing plant of 2100 sq.m. within a 15 acre plot with state-of-the-art mechanical equipment for the production of high quality cheese products.

The state-of-the-art facilities operate a modern fully equipped chemical and microbiological food control laboratory, as well as thorough biological cleaning. There is also the distribution center where products are distributed daily not only in Arcadia but throughout Greece by our privately owned fleet of vehicles for better and faster customer service.

The company's products include: Feta (Protected Designation of Origin), Gruyere, Myzithra, Anthotyro, Goat Cheese, Milk Butter, Yogurt, Fried Cheese.

The largest production is the slice which matures in the old traditional way in wooden barrels of beech wood.

So in the heart of the Land of Madinah, with utmost respect for the consumer - all products are made from 100% milk - of unparalleled quality and unique nutritional value.

Source: http://www.arcadiaportal.gr

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