ABOUT US

SINCE 1998,
SINCE THE SUNRISE OF OUR VERY FIRST DAY

we’ve been feeling blessed for starting our company and creating something unprecedented for Crete. We managed to enclose all of nature’s authenticity and founded a company for marketing and standardization of ONLY ORGANIC fruits and vegetables, Aspersa Ltd., based in Kissamos, within the Prefecture of Chania, Crete.

For over 20 years now, we ensure the freshness of our fruits and vegetables, making sure we preserve the authentic Cretan taste tradition. Moreover, we continue with innovation as our guide and conduct continuous research for the best quality assurance.

Following the model of sustainable development, we apply eco-friendly procedures, thus ensuring environmental sustainability.

AFTER TWO DECADES OF HARD WORK AND FOCUS ON PROVIDING HEALTHY & QUALITY PRODUCTS, WE ARE NOW COUNTING OUR SUCCESSES AT ASPERSA

New state-of-the-art facilities equipped with innovative technology in quality control and standardization.

Strong customer base with the largest supermarket chains in Greece, Europe and the Balkans.

Collaborations with top certified organic farmers from all over Crete.

Increase in exports to the markets of Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark, Bulgaria, Romania.

THE RESULT

Trade and distribution throughout the year of exceptional and highly nutritional organic products, which come in sophisticated packaging that highlight and upgrade every shelf of any small or large store.

THE FOUNDERS

Marathakis Nektarios, civil engineer specialising in business administration & development and wholesale & trade chief for the Greek and international markets.

Marianakis Nektarios, biologist specialising in organic farming techniques of plant products and network specialist for the trade distribution of certified organic products.

THE NAME

Our company is named after the symbol of the Cretan land: the snail Helix Aspersa, also known as the Cretan snail! A symbol of tradition and timelessness, since its shells have been found in archeological excavations of Minoan Crete, but, mainly, a symbol of the soil’s purity and the plants it eats.