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Our Fish

Between the Delphic landscape
& the Corinthian seascape

Below the ancient site of Delphi and around the naturally sheltered harbour of the Corinthian Gulf, we raise our fish in ideal growing conditions. Whether a product of conventional or organic farming, our fish are high in protein content, omega-3 fats and unsaturated fats, and low in sodium/salt. The above are results from laboratory composition analyses, performed on our fish on a regular basis.

Find out more about our fish
Sea Bass

Sea Bass

Dicentrarchus labrax

Μοronidae

Read more : Sea Bass
Sea Bream

Sea Bream

Sparus aurata

Sparidae

Read more : Sea Bream
Meagre

Meagre

Argyrosomus regius

Sciaenidae

Read more : Meagre
Greater amberjack

Greater amberjack

Seriola dumerili

Carangidae

Read more : Greater amberjack

Sea Bass

Dicentrarchus labrax

Μοronidae

Sea Bass
commercial size

350-450 gr

Growing period

22-24 months

Morphology: Its body has an elongated shape, quite compressed, slender, like all fast fish. Its head is of a typical predator and its eyes are lively and kinetic. Its mouth is wide, armed with teeth. On its back there is a first fin supported by thorny rays, while the second fin is soft but strong. The caudal fin is almost bilobed with a concave tip. Its body is covered with glossy, silver scales – white on the belly – while the spine is grey and sometimes very dark. It is a species that can survive and grow in a wide range of temperature and salinity.

Physical presence: Mainly Mediterranean Sea (endemic species), Black Sea and northeastern Atlantic Ocean.

Available sizes:
  • 200-300gr
  • 300-400gr
  • 400-600gr
  • 600-800gr
  • 800-1000gr
  • 1000-1500gr
Available forms:
  • Fresh, chilled on ice
  • Whole round
  • Gutted, scaled, without gills
  • Fish fillet

CONVENTIONAL

per 100gr

130 cal

0.0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20.7g Protein
0.11g Salt
5.1g Fat
1.3g saturated
1.6g polyunsaturated
0.9g Omega-3
0.7g EPA & DHA

Organic

per 100gr

120 cal

0.0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20.8g Protein
0.11g Salt
4.0g Fat
1.0g saturated
1.4g polyunsaturated
0.8g Omega-3
0.6g EPA & DHA
*Average seasonal values

Morphology: Its body has an elongated shape, quite compressed, slender, like all fast fish. Its head is of a typical predator and its eyes are lively and kinetic. Its mouth is wide, armed with teeth. On its back there is a first fin supported by thorny rays, while the second fin is soft but strong. The caudal fin is almost bilobed with a concave tip. Its body is covered with glossy, silver scales – white on the belly – while the spine is grey and sometimes very dark. It is a species that can survive and grow in a wide range of temperature and salinity.

Physical presence: Mainly Mediterranean Sea (endemic species), Black Sea and northeastern Atlantic Ocean.

Available sizes:
  • 200-300gr
  • 300-400gr
  • 400-600gr
  • 600-800gr
  • 800-1000gr
  • 1000-1500gr
Available forms:
  • Fresh, chilled on ice
  • Whole round
  • Gutted, scaled, without gills
  • Fish fillet

CONVENTIONAL

per 100gr

130 cal

0.0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20.7g Protein
0.11g Salt
5.1g Fat
1.3g saturated
1.6g polyunsaturated
0.9g Omega-3
0.7g EPA & DHA

Organic

per 100gr

120 cal

0.0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20.8g Protein
0.11g Salt
4.0g Fat
1.0g saturated
1.4g polyunsaturated
0.8g Omega-3
0.6g EPA & DHA
*Average seasonal values

Sea Bream

Sparus aurata

Sparidae

Sea Bream
commercial size

350-450 gr

Growing period

20-22 months

Morphology: Its body is laterally compressed and its head sharply tilted. Its colour is silver with a large black spot at the beginning of its lateral line on the gill cover below which (usually and depending on nutrition) there is an orange area. Above its eyes is an intense golden bow like an eyebrow (hence the synonym of “goldeyebrow” or “chrysafrida” in Greek). It is a protandric hermaphrodite species (they are all male and subsequently become female).

Physical presence: Mainly Mediterranean sea (endemic species) and southern European coast in the Atlantic Ocean.

Available sizes:
  • 200-300gr
  • 300-400gr
  • 400-600gr
  • 600-800gr
  • 800-1000gr
  • 1000-1500gr
Available forms:
  • Fresh, chilled on ice
  • Whole round
  • Gutted, scaled, without gills
  • Fish fillet

CONVENTIONAL

per 100gr

145 cal

0,0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20,3g Protein
0.10g Salt
7,0g Fat
1,8g saturated
2,2g polyunsaturated
1,2g Omega-3
0,9g EPA & DHA

Organic

per 100gr

149 cal

0.0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20.6g Protein
0.09g Salt
7.3g Fat
1.8g saturated
2.3g polyunsaturated
1.3g Omega-3
0.9g EPA & DHA
*Average seasonal values

Morphology: Its body is laterally compressed and its head sharply tilted. Its colour is silver with a large black spot at the beginning of its lateral line on the gill cover below which (usually and depending on nutrition) there is an orange area. Above its eyes is an intense golden bow like an eyebrow (hence the synonym of “goldeyebrow” or “chrysafrida” in Greek). It is a protandric hermaphrodite species (they are all male and subsequently become female).

Physical presence: Mainly Mediterranean sea (endemic species) and southern European coast in the Atlantic Ocean.

Available sizes:
  • 200-300gr
  • 300-400gr
  • 400-600gr
  • 600-800gr
  • 800-1000gr
  • 1000-1500gr
Available forms:
  • Fresh, chilled on ice
  • Whole round
  • Gutted, scaled, without gills
  • Fish fillet

CONVENTIONAL

per 100gr

145 cal

0,0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20,3g Protein
0.10g Salt
7,0g Fat
1,8g saturated
2,2g polyunsaturated
1,2g Omega-3
0,9g EPA & DHA

Organic

per 100gr

149 cal

0.0g Carbs
0.0g of which sugars
20.6g Protein
0.09g Salt
7.3g Fat
1.8g saturated
2.3g polyunsaturated
1.3g Omega-3
0.9g EPA & DHA
*Average seasonal values

Meagre

Argyrosomus regius

Sciaenidae

Meagre
commercial size

1000 gr

Growing period

22-24 months

Morphology: Its body is elongated. It has a light silver colour with a yellow oral cavity and a lateral line visible up to the tail. It has a relatively large head with small eyes, and the rear dorsal fin is unusually long.

Physical presence: Mediterranean Sea (endemic species), the Black Sea and the eastern Atlantic Ocean.

Available sizes:
  • 600-1000gr
  • 1000-2000gr
  • 2000-3000gr
Available forms:
  • Fresh, chilled on ice
  • Whole round
  • Gutted, scaled, without gills
  • Fish fillet

Morphology: Its body is elongated. It has a light silver colour with a yellow oral cavity and a lateral line visible up to the tail. It has a relatively large head with small eyes, and the rear dorsal fin is unusually long.

Physical presence: Mediterranean Sea (endemic species), the Black Sea and the eastern Atlantic Ocean.

Available sizes:
  • 600-1000gr
  • 1000-2000gr
  • 2000-3000gr
Available forms:
  • Fresh, chilled on ice
  • Whole round
  • Gutted, scaled, without gills
  • Fish fillet

CONVENTIONAL

per 100gr

cal

g Carbs
g of which sugars
g Protein
g Salt
g Fat
g saturated
g polyunsaturated
g Omega-3
g EPA & DHA
*Average seasonal values

Greater amberjack

Seriola dumerili

Carangidae

Greater amberjack

Morphology: It has an elongated – lateral – wide body, with a large head and a “clipped” tail. It has a variety of colours, depending on the size, with the adults being silver-coloured on the front and olivaceous on the back – with sides that vary from whitish to golden shades. The first dorsal fin consists of seven rays, while the second is unusually large, and the fins overall, have a yellowish-oily colour. It has small teeth.

Physical presence: Global. Common species in the Mediterranean Sea.

Note: Greater amberjack is at an experimental stage of production

Morphology: It has an elongated – lateral – wide body, with a large head and a “clipped” tail. It has a variety of colours, depending on the size, with the adults being silver-coloured on the front and olivaceous on the back – with sides that vary from whitish to golden shades. The first dorsal fin consists of seven rays, while the second is unusually large, and the fins overall, have a yellowish-oily colour. It has small teeth.

Physical presence: Global. Common species in the Mediterranean Sea.

Note: Greater amberjack is at an experimental stage of production

CONVENTIONAL

per 100gr

cal

g Carbs
g of which sugars
g Protein
g Salt
g Fat
g saturated
g polyunsaturated
g Omega-3
g EPA & DHA
*Average seasonal values

HAPPY TO
ASSIST YOU!

For enquires and orders please contact our Sales Department.

email: [email protected]
T: +30 2265041840-3

fish

HAPPY TO
ASSIST YOU!

For enquires and orders please contact our Sales Department.

email: [email protected]
T: +30 2265041840-3

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Sea bream is a species that is born male and subsequently becomes female

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