The unit is located at the end of northwest Greece and the island of Corfu.

The area’s climate is temperate, with extensive sunshine and many rains, mainly in the October-March period.

Regarding the consequence to the environment which the GRAMMOS S.A. unit’s operation might have, an environmental consequences study has been issued. This study concisely mentions:

WASTE GASES: gases, vapours, flue gases, particles, emission of particles, smoke and dust do not exist due to the nature of the unit’s operation.

LIQUID WASTE: the discharge of liquid waste regards (I) the metabolism products of the fish and (ii) the losses of the fish farmers, which do not have negative consequences on the environment.

FLORA/FAUNA: no change/burden is incurred on the flora and fauna of the region.

SOLID WASTE : there is no solid waste because the dead fish are collected by a special morbidity sack and the waste is collected in special bins and available to certified bodies for their further inactivation.

All the above leads to the conclusion that the production process of GRAMMOS S.A. causes zero burden on the environment.


25+ Years of Operation

Philosophy - Principles


Respect for the environment

Quality assurance

Consistency towards the customer

Seeking cleanliness in the structure, the operation and the production of the company.

Successfully dealing with the challenges and requirements of the domestic and the international market

Development of human resources

Increase in the production of products and promotion of new products


The company was founded with specific purposes, which are:

    The use of the aquatic (and non-aquatic) resources in the field of fishing, as well as the distribution and processing of fish.

    The use and import of materials and machinery. The production and trade of products relevant to the business of fish farming and similar activities.

    The production, fattening, trade, and packaging of fish for the establishment of fish farming units, fish hatchery stations and facilities for the packaging and trade of fish.

    The production of animal products and by-products based on animal aquatic and non-aquatic organisms.

Production Management


  1. Monitoring and recording abiotic parameters (temperature, oxygen, water acidity, etc.)
  2. Monitoring and recording morbidity.
  3. Removing morbidity (burning) daily.
  4. Monitoring and recording provided food.
  5. Monitoring and recording growth rate.
  6. Selection of fish of similar sizes, carried out through a selector and a fish transportation pump.
  7. Thinning of fish population.
  8. Net change.
  9. Frequent check and repair of nets.
  10. Washing of nets.
  11. Collection, packaging and distribution of fish of a marketable size..

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