In a tiny Greek village, hit hard by the economic crisis, cousins Christo and Alexandros are thinking creatively about their tomato farm. With ingenuity, patience and the help of five grannies, they are about to crack the international organic food market.
In a tiny Greek village, hit hard by the economic crisis, When Tomatoes Met Wagner finds two cousins thinking creatively about their farmland.
With ingenuity, patience and the help of five grannies, Christo and Alexandros are branching out into the international food market, exporting jars of their organic goods across the world. They may be up against cheaper, homogenised seeds and more regular produce, but their tomatoes have something special going for them – they ripen to sounds of Wagner.
Told with great warmth and humour, When Tomatoes Met Wagner is a study of reinvention, persistence and teamwork in the toughest of economic times.