Attiki Bee Culturing Company
Founded in 1928 by the brothers, Alexandros and Panayiotis Pittas, Attiki Bee Culturing Company is today the largest honey company in Greece. Over the years it has spread the fame of Greek honey both at home and abroad, while at the same time, providing constant support to Greek beekeepers. The company’s history goes back more than 75 years. It was the first in Greece to package honey in small containers. (Before, it was only sold in bulk, in large containers.) Today, 'Attiki' and 'Fino' honey brands are well-known and highly popular in Greece.
ATTIKI offers high quality, selected Greek honey in various packaging that bring honey not only to the breakfast table, but also to the office, on excursions and at school. In Greece up to 70% of honey is sold in tins, the most appropriate packaging for this quality product. In addition ATTIKI offers a line of practical packages: the honey pourer, the smart-pack and the PET "melissaki" packaging, that promote this famous Greek product internationally.
The company’s mission is to offer products of excellent quality and exquisite taste. Specially trained personnel, of the Department of Procurement and Development of Apiculture, selects the best honey varieties from all over Greece. Quality Control Department, which possesses one of the most modern in Europe and fully equipped laboratory, makes all the necessary controls in all stages of selection and packaging. More than 75 years of experience, hard work, research and endless support to Greek Apiculture enables “Attiki” to offer pure Greek honey straight from the beehive.
The company is one of the main honey supplier of major companies producing honey-based products. Attiki Bee Culturing Company exports to many different countries including EU countries, countries in the Middle East, the US, Canada, Japan and Singapore. Demand for the company’s products is constantly rising. Attiki brands are positioned in some of the best and most exclusive department stores in the world, including Harrod’s and Fortnum & Mason in London, and Zabar’s in New York.