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Georgios Andreadakis


Hi, I’m Georgios Andreadakis but you can call me George. Here at Myga we grow, pack and export organic pomegranates for Nature & More. Thank you for buying our fruits, we hope you enjoy this amazingly healthy product !

Our trees and pack house, are located close to the city of Aigio in the west of Greece near right on the Bay of Corinth. This wonderful hilly place is not only renowned for its natural beauty but also for the famous Michael and Gabriel Monastery which was established in 1450. The region was chosen by the monarchs because it offered all the resources they needed for a good life including fresh water, excellent climate, fertile soils and the sea at just a stone throw away. Today the monks still grow olives and roses from which they produce a premium syrup. As you can imagine, it was also the perfect place for us to start cultivating organic pomegranates and that’s exactly what we did. In 2016 we received our organic certification. 

Interview with George

What makes the fruit so special ?
Pomegranates are an ancient fruit that have been enjoyed for around 10.000 years. With its blood red color and abundance of seeds, the pomegranate is a symbol of life. Also, it’s a very healthy fruit with great antioxidant properties. People all over the world are now becoming aware of the special qualities of this fruit. 

What variety do you grow ?
We grow the variety Wonderful because it suits perfectly with the climatic and environmental   conditions. Furthermore, as far as we are concerned it is the best variety.

What do you like about organic farming ?
I like the ethical aspect of our culture and cultivation, we plan to continue to grow pomegranates in harmony with nature and hope to expand the number of the trees and hectares.


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