Vio.Me products (aka Bio.Me) are produced in an occupied factory in Thessaloniki, Greece. The factory for construction materials was abandoned by the former owner in 2011, leaving the workers and unpaid wages behind. The workers decided to occupy the factory and run it under direct democratic worker's control. In 2013 they were able to continue production - but with "solidary" products now - like cleaning agents that can be used by other collectives. The products are meant to be sold to individuals and collectives that feel connected with the worker's struggle.