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Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough: 'Baking' History Since 1974

Published on Jun 29 2017 12:05 PM in A-Brands tagged: Trending Posts / Greece / Arabatzis - Hellenic Dough / pastry

Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough: 'Baking' History Since 1974

Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough is the largest frozen-dough company in Greece and among the largest in Europe. The company produces more than 500 different frozen-pastry-products, such as bougatsa, croissants, country pies, filo-dough products, koulouri, pizza, and puff-pastry products, with a variety of different fillings and shapes, servicing both the foodservice and retail markets.

All Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough frozen pastry products are made in two state-of-the-art facilities: in Sindos and the industrial area of Thessaloniki, using fully automated, cutting-edge machinery. During all stages of production, the company’s quality meets the highest international food standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 22000, BRC and IFS.

Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough specialises in frozen pastry products inspired by the Mediterranean and Greek diet, using raw materials from the rich Greek land, such as Greek extra-virgin olive oil, Feta PDO cheese, spinach, yoghurt, and many others.

Thanks to its 40-plus years of knowledge in the dough business, its professional approach and its technological infrastructure, each year, Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough continues to develop products focused on that for which consumers are looking. Focused on flexibility, the company ensures serving and satisfying every target group worldwide, adapting traditional recipes to its production.

At the moment, Arabatzis – Hellenic Dough distributes its products to more than 40 countries, sharing delicious tastes and high-quality products with millions of families. The company’s strategy and vision is to continue its already long-term growth all over the world by creating new, innovative products and establishing new collaborations worldwide. It has been 'baking' history since 1974!

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