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Philosofish: The Next Big Fish In The Aquaculture Sector

Published on Jan 9 2020 3:30 PM in Fresh Produce tagged: Trending Posts / Greece / Sea Bream / Sea Bass / World News / Philosofish

Philosofish: The Next Big Fish In The Aquaculture Sector

Philosofish S.A. is a Greek aquaculture company that specialises in sea bass and sea bream. It was launched 35 years ago in the town of Larymna in the Phiotida region in Greece. 

Gilt-head bream and European sea bass are prized table fish and form an essential component of the Mediterranean diet. These fish are at home, and grow best, in Mediterranean waters.


The founders of Philosofish, formerly known as Bitsakos Aquaculture, were among the first movers in Greek aquaculture.

They were also pioneers of new production techniques and technologies that were respectful of the environment and set benchmarks for industry-wide best practices.

The company is joining the ranks of the largest producers of fish in the Mediterranean region with its recent acquisition of new assets that will result in an annual production of more than 16,000 tonnes.

It is also ideally positioned to become a premium and sustainable partner for sea bass and sea bream.

Fully-Integrated Fish Farm

Presently, Philosofish is among the few fully-integrated fish farms in Greece, deriving competitive advantage from the proximity of its cages and EU support that ensures a premium product.


The company applies an integrated quality management system based on strict international standards, including BRC, IFS, Global Gap, Friends of the Sea, and Fish from Greece.

In the past 35 years, the company has adhered to its core values of innovation, dedication to quality, and customer commitment.

The company aims to place the freshest fish on every table across Europe that are sustainably raised in pristine waters.

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