Macedonian products are Greek products.
Here is an example of Greek/Macedonian product.
Macedonian products made in Greece" is a campaign to clarify the issue of provenance of goods using the term "Macedonia" to prevent confusion among consumers. Macedonian products are so named after Macedonia, a region in Northern Greece. Such a product will always carry a label "made in Greece" or "product of Greece" , thus signifying the country of origin. Since there is no country named Macedonia, products coming from Macedonia , the region in Greece, will always state Greece as the country of origin Greece (“made in Greece” or “product of Greece” or “Greek product”). Only products which state Greece as the country of origin are legitimate Macedonian Greek products, produced according to European specifications.
The traditions and products of Macedonia have been lovingly passed down through generations of Greeks. By buying products from a third country which uses Greek history and the name of Greek regions in order to advertise products that have nothing to do with Greece and it’s products, consumers endorse this practice and allow such behavior to spread to other countries as well. By taking a closer look at the label and the country of origin we support Greece and its Macedonian products; we support the Greek economy and Greek traditions.
Sign to support Macedonian products made in Greece so they can easily be distinguished from goods produced elsewhere which intentionally mislead consumers by using derivatives of the word "Macedonia". Read the label before you buy. Support Greek-Macedonian products. Support Greece. Thank you.
The Campaign Manager : Latinopoulou Aphrodite
Lawyer - Member of Board of directors of Greek-Polish Chamber of Thessaloniki
Why we prefer Macedonian products made in Greece.
By supporting Macedonian goods produced in Greece, you support:
the preservation of Greek traditions and products
the Greek economy
the expansion of Greek traditions and products.
the Greek primary sector
The local societies of Greece