Following the reduction of the country-style bread,
the company proceeds with further reductions,
including 18% on the cake,
17% on the milk pie, and up to 12% on ready-to-eat meals.
On the occasion of its 65 years of presence and growth in the Greek market,VENETIS BAKERY responds to the needs of society and the times, implementing a significant price reduction on 200 products.The reduction, reaching up to 18% and permanently applicable, is applied to a wide range of products that consistently maintain their quality and ingredients.
For example, based on the new prices:
The price of the Cake drops by 18% (from €16.95/kg to €13.95/kg).
All drinks are available from €1 to €1.50.
Ready-to-eat portions in VENETIS FOOD HALL are now €5.95 and €6.95, depending on the category, marking a reduction of up to 12%.
The price of galaktoboureko is 11.95 euros per piece, marking a decrease of 17%.
The price of the family bun is set at 5.5 euros per piece, marking an 8% decrease, and the individual bun at 1.99 euros, marking a 17% decrease.
The price of cakes with filling and coating is 9.95 euros per piece, marking a reduction of 10% to 13% depending on the type.
Similar reductions apply to other products, such as crackers (13% reduction), syrup sweets, halva, cookies, kilo sweets, dips, and various croissanterie products like pizza and piroski. Finally, VENETIS introduces two new product categories: ice cream per kilo and macarons at competitive prices, €11.95 per kilo and €0.70 each, respectively.
This significant business move is the culmination of a series of actions the company has undertaken in the last two years, with the goal of making the final product more economical for the consumer. It’s noteworthy that VENETIS fully absorbed the 23% VAT increase in 2011, maintaining its prices at the same levels. Also, last year, there was a reduction in the price of handmade country bread from €0.75 to €0.49, influencing the bread market towards lower prices.
As part of its corporate social responsibility program, VENETIS adjusts its product prices, fully aware of the economic hardship faced by most Greek families. The company recognizes Greece as one of the poorest countries in Europe with the highest food prices and heavy taxation on basic necessities such as bread and overall in the catering sector. Additionally, basic raw materials like flour, sugar, and oils are constantly increasing to unbearable levels, making any reduction prohibitive for the company. Alongside price reductions, it’s emphasized that VENETIS stores offer free products after 22:00 daily to our fellow citizens in need.
Following a 65-year journey in recent Greek history and with a deep sense of responsibility, the company commits to supporting fellow citizens and contributing to improving their lives. Because the name VENETIS, besides bakery and confectionery products, also means trust, emphasis on quality, respect for tradition, and above all, Humanity. These are the real values that have established VENETIS BAKERY at the top of consumer preference in its 65 years of presence in the Greek market.
A few words about the VENETIS company
VENETIS started its activity in 1948 when the first VENETIS Bakery opened its doors in Kifisia. Since then, the company has played a leading role in the production and distribution of bread and confectionery products, with absolute dedication to tradition, quality, and excellent customer service. Today, closing 65 years of continuous growth, VENETIS operates in closed and open markets, having developed an extensive network of VENETIS stores and BENETH Food Hall, the new store concept launched in 2010, growing rapidly.
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