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Greek Olive Oil Company Wins at European Business Awards

Sep. 22, 2014
Olive Oil Times Staff

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The European Business Awards rep­re­sent a unique oppor­tu­nity for busi­nesses across indus­try lines to show off their ded­i­ca­tion and excel­lence in prod­ucts and prac­tices, and this year’s cham­pi­onship is no excep­tion. From over 2 mil­lion par­tic­i­pants, 709 national cham­pion awards were pre­sented, and for olive oil, the spot­light was on Greek com­pany, Agora Fine Foods.

Agora is the first Greek olive oil con­cept store and offers an oil of high qual­ity, with less than 0.4 per­cent acid­ity and high polyphe­nol con­tent, accord­ing to Agora’s web­site. Their extra vir­gin olive oil orig­i­nates from Crete.

The EU Business Awards are in their eighth year run­ning and are directed and judged by indus­tri­al­ists, busi­ness lead­ers, entre­pre­neurs, politi­cians, and aca­d­e­mic pro­fes­sion­als. The con­test empha­sizes supe­rior ethics, inno­va­tion, and excel­lence in a given field.

This has been an excit­ing time for the Agora brand, said co-founder Alexandros Stefanidis. The European Business Awards is widely rec­og­nized as the show­case for Europe’s most dynamic com­pa­nies and we are now look­ing for­ward to the next round of the judg­ing process where we can explain in more depth how we are achiev­ing busi­ness suc­cess.”

During the next phase of the con­test, a panel of judges will eval­u­ate video footage by the National Champions and a selected group of con­tes­tants will move on to a final judg­ing round in 2015.

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