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|Founder||Michailidis and Constantinis families|
|Products||Pasta, tomato sauce|
Barilla Hellas A.E., known by its domestic trade name MISKO (Greek: Μίσκο), is a Greek company, owned by Barilla Group, that produces and sells pasta in Greece. It also serves other parts of the world, particularly the Greek diaspora.
MISKO, the largest pasta producer in Greece, was founded in Piraeus in 1927 and was acquired by Barilla in 1991, selling Barilla's pasta and sauces along its own product line-up. In 2000, the company built a new production facility in Boeotia which is the third largest in Europe.
The current logo was introduced in the late 1990s and features the durum wheat. For Misko's most used basic products, the color of packaging is magenta. Other products are named as golden series, extra fine series, whole grain series, etc...
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