In the realm of organic farming, traditional practices rooted in sustainability and environmental consciousness often face logistical challenges that impact the quality and accessibility of products. From cultivation to distribution, the journey of organic produce can encounter hurdles that compromise freshness and overall quality. Conventional packaging methods may fail to adequately protect products, leading to spoilage or damage during transportation. Limited distribution networks can cause delays, hindering timely access to consumers. As a result, organic products may have a shorter shelf life by the time they reach their destination, affecting their appeal and nutritional value.

Enter BIOKARPOS, a family-owned business established in 2006 and nestled in the fertile lands of Maladreni, Argolis, in the Northern Peloponnese region of Greece. With a rich history rooted in organic farming, BIOKARPOS traces its origins to Michael Mavrogiannis, whose vision and dedication transformed the family farm into a thriving organic enterprise spanning over 1000 acres today. Embracing a philosophy centered on providing clean, nutritious products accessible to all, BIOKARPOS is committed to excellence in every step of the production process.

At BIOKARPOS, the overarching goal is to uphold the highest standards of quality and sustainability throughout cultivation, harvesting, packaging, and distribution. Guided by a deep-rooted ethos and bolstered by dedicated partners, BIOKARPOS leverages modern scientific and technological advancements to optimize every aspect of their operations. By investing in innovative solutions and fostering collaborative relationships, BIOKARPOS ensures that their organic products maintain their freshness, nutritional value, and integrity from farm to table.

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You will find additional 45 good practices, initiatives and use cases in the AgriSkills Reference Catalogue titled “AgriSkills Guidebook on Digitalization in Agriculture”.

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