The Galiatsatos family has been active in the dairy industry for three generations.
Originally a family of farmers, in 1942, six of their eleven offspring began making cheese from the milk produced on their own farm. They produced the traditional Kefalonian feta cheese as they knew it from their fathers and grandfathers.
In 1957, they expand into traditional yogurt production, while still producing traditional feta as well as kefalotyri cheese. At this point, only two of the original six siblings, Giannis and Spyros, continue as cheesemakers.
In 1981, the company goes into the hands of Spyros, who modernises it by combining tradition with modern technology.