THE COMPANY

TRADITION, QUALITY, TASTE

The history of the Greek food industry BAKOGIANNI BROS begins in 1978 in Fthiotida, Greece with the production of traditional Sesame Bars of superior quality and taste, exclusively from pure ingredients.

The main purpose of BAKOGIANNI BROS was the consistency in the traditional way of making Sesame Bars, always keeping the recipes of each product constant, from the first Sesame Bar production until today.

"Greek materials"
"Safety & quality"

Thus, the consistency of making Sesame Bars using the same recipes all these years, established our company as one of the most traditional in the Greek market.

“Today, 2 generations after the first day of production, from a small family business, we have developed a large network of partners with loyal customers and consumers in Greece.”

QUALITY & SAFETY

Quality Control – Innovation
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QUALITY &
INGREDIENTS

The high quality of the ingredients, the consistency in the taste of the products and the quality control of the production process are our basic business principles for the development of the business with loyal partners and consumers throughout Greece.

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SAFETY &
INNOVATION

Our main strategic goal is to invest in the quality, safety and development of the production process with innovative facilities through private funds and EU investment programs.

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QUALITY &
CONTROL

We invest in quality control of operational and production processes in order to ensure high and consistent quality from the selection of ingredients to the distribution of products to the final consumer.

FACILITIES & DISTRIBUTION

Flexibility – Safety – Speed

From our private factory 1,000 sq.m. in Fthiotida, Greece we serve daily our customers throughout Greece.

Our distribution network is constantly expanding in order to be accurate and on-time with deliveries the next day of the order.

“Our customers are also our partners! For this reason, our commitment in every transaction is the fast, high quality and daily service of our customers throughout Greece.”