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Irida S.A. participates in the EU funded project NewTechAqua

New Technologies, Tools and Strategies for a Sustainable Resilient and Innovative Aquaculture.   Recently, the four year European Union-subsidized and self-participation program, NewTechAqua, was approved under the Horizon 2020program.  Consortium members are some of the largest applied research institutes in the fisheries and aquaculture sector, such as the Seafood Innovation[…]

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IRIDA S.A. participates in the research project Magiatiko

The objective of the project MAGIATIKO is the improvement of broodstock management of greater amberjack (Seriola  dumerili) and the production of high quality fingerlings in order to enable the industrial production of the species by the Greek aquaculture industry.  There is tremendous interest for this species by the European and Greek[…]

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IRIDA has strengthened its export potential in fish feeds

With two modern factories, 3 production lines, conventional as well as organic fish feed production and an annual capacity of more than 100.000 tons, IRIDA has strengthened its exports of fish feed to Mediterranean and Middle East countries.   Backed by certifications secured through ISO 9001, ISO 22000, GlobalG.A.P., BAP, Naturland,[…]

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IRIDA S.A. participates in the EU funded research project FutureEUAqua

The overall objective of FutureEUAqua is to effectively promote sustainable growth of resilient to climate changes, environmental friendly organic and conventional aquaculture of major fish species and low trophic level organisms in Europe, to meet future challenges with respect to the growing consumer demand for high quality, nutritious and responsibly[…]

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IRIDA acquires new production plant

IRIDA S.A. completed the acquisition of Patras Achaias Fish Feed, a modern fish feed mill which is located in Patras Industrial Zone. This investment doubles the production capacity of the company aiming to enhance IRIDA’s key priorities, fish feed quality and customer service.

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IRIDA participates in ‘PerformFISH’ research project

PerformFISH: A Major New Research Project Focused on a New Era of Consumer – Driven Development in Mediterranean Aquaculture. A new €7 million EC-funded research project titled PerformFISH officially launched in Volos, Greece, on 15-16 May 2017. PerformFISH will focus on developing consumer driven aquaculture production by integrating innovative approaches[…]

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IRIDA obtains GLOBALG.A.P. certification

IRIDA’ s fish feeds are compliant in accordance with GLOBALG.A.P. standards. This certification is one more action proving IRIDA’ s commitment towards sustainable development and quality assurance.   About GLOBALG.A.P. G.A.P. stands for Good Agricultural Practice – and GLOBALG.A.P. is the worldwide standard that assures it. GLOBALG.A.P. today is the world’s leading farm assurance program,[…]

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IRIDA meets BAP standards

IRIDA is the first fish feed factory in Europe to achieve Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) status, as a result of company’s strategic decision to enhance its export potential. About BAP Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) certification ensures that seafood products come from facilities that are managed in an environmentally, socially and economically responsible manner.[…]

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IRIDA upgrades facilities in Agrinio

Following the construction of the new production line in its premises in Agrinio, IRIDA‘s target to level up its infrastructure was accompanied with the expansion of its store facilities. This self-funded investment which approximately amounted to € 1 million relates to the building of a new 2.000 m² warehouse, adjacent[…]

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Major investment to increase capacity

In 2009 IRIDA took over the fish feed factory of PROVIMI Hellas in Western Greece, Agrinio. It is equipped with a twin screw extruder from Clextral with a capacity of 25.000tones per year. High quality fish feeds manufactured with a diameter range from 1.0-12.0mm. Lipid absorption of the produced feeds[…]

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