Carpus Cultura Agriculture is the evolution of 1978Foods P.C., which was founded in July 2017 in Athens/Greece with the mission to provide supreme agricultural superfoods to its Customers.
Encapsulating the vast experience of its founders in the FMCG Food Industry sector, raw materials supremacy, packaging novelties as well as world-class supply chain standards, it aimed to make a number of Mediterranean diet’s Superfoods accessible in their purest form.
Among the highest quality agricultural products produced and services provided to its customers, chosenone extra virgin olive oil (holder of a 2018 Silver Prize Award in the biggest and most prestigious international Olive oil quality competition in New York, NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition) has been the climax.
Since its establishment 1978Foods as part of its roadmap investigated on systematic ways to add value to the Greek and having in mind the climatic conditions, the productivity as well as Superfoods commoditization finally concluded to hazelnuts production as the ideal case for the Eastern Macedonia and Thrace region.
That is why in November 2018 Carpus Cultura Agriculture was created, with the mission to provide agricultural sector producers with high added value products and services, via a green, sustainable and humanitarian business model based on the rational management and utilization of the Greek land available resources.
CCA capitalizes on the creative and innovative experience of its founders in the Greek and European Food Industry Sector, as well as modern global supply chain standards.
Seeking for a world-class company in hazelnut production and commercialization to co-operate with, Besana was the only trusted choice.
Thus, with the exclusive representation of a world's leading Italian group Besana in Greece, since January 2019 CCA has implemented a unique Contract Farming program in the integrated agricultural area of the certified hazelnut cultivation and sale, starting from the region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace, via a network of associates, local agronomists and rural shops.