Our Partners

Krinor Bt.

Since 1994, they have been selling family garden machines and gardening tools, seeds and plant care products in Pécs and Kaposvár as a family business. Their shop in Pécs, an indoor sales area of more than 1,000 sqm. The main product groups include lawn mowers, lawn tractors, lawn mowers, shredders, hoeing machines, pumps, plant protection products, horticultural materials and tools, and irrigation and pond products. Their service department also carries out warranty (and even out-of-warranty) repairs to Briggs & Stratton, Cub Cadet, Honda, Husqvarna, McCulloch, MTD and Wolf-Garten petrol-powered small garden machines.


Pipi Egg Farm, Bakóca

What we eat is important to us, and it is important for the Pipi Egg Farm in Bakóca to provide adequate living conditions and food for their animals. Therefore, their hens are free-range, they only get grain and green feed, lime supplements, vitamins. They may not break a record with egg numbers, but their animals are not eviscerated, are not affected by lighting, and are NOT fed! They are with them for the rest of their lives and will not be sold! In return, they can truly tell themselves that they are providing their customers with the healthiest eggs they can!

Kinga Herr primary producer
Primary Producer ID: 4339168
Bank Account number: 11773315- 01277399-00000000


Mosolymanó Association

The Mosolymanó Association was founded in 2009 in the Garden suburb of Pécs. Its founding members came from a playground community. Our members work in different field of professionals (doctor, nurse, teacher, social worker, accountant, computer scientist, secretary, salesperson). Their initial endeavor was to facilitate the organization of family communities. By 2013, the range of programs and target groups has expanded, their goals have become more comprehensive, and in addition to representing the interests of families with children, they try to embrace all important issues related to the life of family communities in their place of residence.

We distribute 10% of our crop to via the Association to poor families and in deep poverty who have been proven to be in needs.