The same year saw the creation of the company’s first laboratory for processing herbs, where a number of varieties were collected, dried and then studied scientifically. Selecting herbs is a very serious process and should always take place with the proper supervision, working with experts. For the next ten years, Holomon selected, processed and marketed premium quality herbs in the region of Halkidiki.
In 2004, the other members of the family, who had been studying the relevant subjects, joined the company on an official basis. The company acquired a modern packaging plant and laboratory, expanding the Holomon range and winning awards for its innovative products.
Meanwhile, the company continued its research work and in 2014, with the invaluable help of specialist scientists, it achieved its first systematic cultivation of organic herbs: mountain tea, lavender, sage, oregano, lime flower (or tilia), and rosemary.
The goal was to create secure conditions for the development of organic herbs, while protecting the natural environment in order to preserve biodiversity. Two years later, in 2016, echinacea, elderberry, hawthorn and melissa leaf were added.
Holomon’s objective has always been to produce herbs under carefully controlled conditions, to protect the environment so the balance of nature is not disturbed, and to ensure the conservation of the mountain’s natural landscape.