This web site – and the Digital Services (DSSs) it includes – was developed by the Ministry of Rural Development and Food (hereafter MRDF) in order to provide information and services to citizens and businesses of the agricultural sector. The use of this web site and digital services is ruled by the present terms and conditions, which users are advised to read carefully and abide by. Remaining in the pages of this web site, using the digital services, as well as making use of any information provided through these pages implies the unconditional acceptance of the present terms and conditions.

Regarding the data of a personal nature that are categorized or can be directly or indirectly categorized and may lead to the identification of an individual, the General Data Protection Regulation of the E.U. (“Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC” applies, as well as Law 4624/2019 (“Hellenic Data Protection Authority, measures for the implementation of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and incorporation into national law of Directive (EU) 2016/680 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 and other provisions”).

Before proceeding further with the use of MRDF web site and digital services, we advise you to read the present terms of use and protection of personal data carefully.

Terms of Use Specific to Greek Farms

Producers who enter information on their available products into the Digital Service “Greek Farms” are solely responsible for the accuracy of their entries. In this sense they are also responsible for updating their tab as soon as their products are no longer available.

Moreover, producers are responsible for selling their products according to existing legislation provisions – which can refer, for instance, to restrictions in the manner and place of sale, the type of packaging etc.

The Ministry of Rural Development and Food presumes that transactions between producers and traders or consumers, which take place as a result of the promotion of products through the “Greek Farms” platform, are legal, free and fair, and it bears no responsibility for them.

Use of Digital Services

MRDF Digital Services (DSs) are provided through electronic devices (personal computer, laptop, tablet, smart phone).

By entering MRDF DSs you are given access only to those services that pertain to you, either because you have a vested interest in them or/and the obligation to use them, or because you are a registered member of the relevant MRDF Registry.

To enter MRDF DSs you have to use your TAXISnet codes. Once you are identified as a natural or legal person, you can get access to the DSs that pertain to you, with the specific access codes you have selected.

As a registered-identified user you are solely responsible for the correct and accurate entry of the information you submit. Incorrect use of MRDF DSs induces all the consequences provided for in law, as these are set out in the legal basis of the specific DSs.

MRDF DSs information

Visitors / users of MRDF DSs agree to and accept the following:

Information and material included in the web site and DSs are a property of MRDF and the organizations or entities collaborating with it.

Such information and material can be used by visitors/users. MRDF and the legal entities supervised by it have no responsibility for any error or inaccuracy during the transmission of information and/or command given by the user/visitor, interception, forgery, incorrect data entry, nor do they bear any responsibility for any decisions, actions or acts by visitors/users of the web site and DSs.

Users accept that MRDF is entitled to modify its web site and DSs, even without notice, for reasons of maintenance, upgrading, security etc.

MRDF makes great effort to maintain its web site and DSs and preserve their availability. Nevertheless, it cannot guarantee their continual functioning and availability, given that these are contingent upon user equipment, the number of persons trying to use the DSs at the same time and other causes.

MRDF and the legal entities it supervises are not responsible for the non functioning of the system due to force majeure or any other reason which does not constitute serious negligence or malice.

MRDF acknowledges the importance of personal data security in relation to the use of its web site and DSs and takes all necessary technical and organizational measures in order to preserve the security of service provision and the protection of the confidentiality of information relating to visitors/ users.

Information on personal data protection

In accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council, we inform you on MRDF policy regarding personal data protection.

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Controller of Personal Data

The Ministry of Rural Development and Food is the controller and, in some cases, the processor of personal data. In order to ensure that it processes your personal data lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner, it has appointed a Data Protection Officer.

Communication on Personal Data Issues

In case you wish to communicate with us about an issue relating to your personal data, you can send an e-mail to the MRDF Data Protection Officer, to the following address: here.

Purpose of Processing

The MRDF web site and Digital Services (DSs) provide visitors/users with information on MRDF subjects of a general interest, as well as the ability to use digital services by category. They also provide all registered users with the ability of personalized submission of requests, declarations and entries, in accordance to what is provided for in the relevant legislation.

To be able to use the Digital Services, you have to provide personal data, in order to connect and be identified as a natural or a legal person. We process these data in order to lawfully provide you with available information and the service in question.

We stress that, during the communication of the software application with MRDF, these data are encrypted using HTTPS (SSL/TLS) certificates.

Processing Basis


MRDF processes your personal data according to case (a), paragraph 1, article 6 of GDPR, in those cases where your explicit, free and fully informed consent is required.

When such consent is necessary for the processing of your personal data and you decide not to give it, MRDF cannot provide you with the services and information for which your consent is necessary.

In cases where the processing of your personal data is depended upon your consent, you may withdraw it at any time. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

Recipients of Personal Data

MRDF may need to transfer personal data of its digital service users to its units or other civil service units or collaborating agencies and entities, in order to make the provision of services possible. In such cases, the need of data transfer is explicitly stated in the legal basis of the Digital Service in question.

Exercise of Rights


Besides the right to withdraw consent, you are also entitled to the following rights, providing that the relevant legal requirements are met:

● Right to have access to your personal data, as well as to information on them, according to article 15 of GDPR,

● Right to rectification of inaccurate data, as well as to amendment of incomplete data, according to article 16 of GDPR,

● Right to erasure of stored data, according to article 17 of GDPR,

● Right to restriction of processing of your data, according to article 18 GDPR,

● Right to data portability, according to article 20, GDPR,

● Right to object to personal data processing, according to article 21 of GDPR,

● Right to human intervention during automated decision-making, including profiling, according to article 22 GDPR.