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Located within Greece's Most Expansive Plateau, our Facility Enjoys Strategic Accessibility to Thousands of Fertile Acres and Major Transportation Routes. Encompassing 1500 Square Meters, our Factory boasts GMP (ISO 22716), ISO 9001 and ISO 22000 and Certifications, Reflecting our Unwavering Commitment to Quality.


Our Vertically Integrated Production Comprises a Suite of Cutting-Edge Capabilities, Including a Robust Drying System, Meticulous Biomass Trimming, Cleaning and Sieving Machinery, a State-of-the-art CO2 Extractor Handling 200 liters and Processing 350 kg of Biomass daily, Efficient Short path Distillation, High-capacity Laboratory Grade Equipment, precision Filling and Weighing Systems, and an Expansive Warehouse. This Comprehensive Infrastructure Underscores our Dedication to Delivering Excellence at Every Stage of Production.

Supercritical carbon dioxide (CO2) extraction offers several advantages over other methods of extraction, such as solvent-based extraction (e.g., using hexane or ethanol) or mechanical methods (e.g., pressing). 

Here are some of the key benefits:


Selective Extraction:

Supercritical CO2 Extraction Allows for Precise Control over Temperature and Pressure, Making it Possible to Selectively Extract Specific Compounds from a Mixture. This is Particularly Useful in Industries like Herbal Supplements or Essential Oils, where Specific Compounds need to be Extracted without Damaging Them.

No Residual Solvents:

Unlike Solvent-Based Extraction Methods, Supercritical CO2 Extraction leaves behind no Residual Solvents in the Final Product. This is Crucial for Producing High-Quality, Pure Extracts without the risk of Chemical Contamination.

Environmentally Friendly:

CO2 is a Naturally Occurring Gas, and its use as an Extraction Solvent is Considered Environmentally Friendly. It doesn’t Contribute to Air Pollution or Create Hazardous Waste, Making it a Sustainable Choice.


The Selectivity and Efficiency of Supercritical CO2 Extraction can be Adjusted by Varying the Temperature and Pressure, Allowing Manufacturers to Fine-Tune the Process for Different Types of Materials and Compounds.

Minimal Heat Exposure:

Supercritical CO2 Extraction Operates at Eelatively Low Temperatures, Minimizing Heat Exposure to Sensitive Compounds. This is Important for Preserving the Bioactive Properties of Substances like Essential Oils or Natural Flavors.

High Purity:

CO2 Extraction Often Eesults in High-Purity Extracts Because it can Isolate Target Compounds Effectively while leaving Unwanted Impurities Behind.


Supercritical CO2 is Generally Recognized as Aafe (GRAS) by Regulatory Authorities when Used in Food and Pharmaceutical Applications. It Poses a Much Lower risk to Operators Compared to Some other Extraction Methods that Involve Flammable Solvents.

Energy Efficiency:

Supercritical CO2 Extraction is Energy-Efficient, as it Doesn’t Require Excessive Heating or Cooling During the Process. This can Lead to Cost Savings in the Long Run.


The supercritical CO2 Extraction Process can be Easily Scaled Up or Down to Meet Clients Production needs, making it Suitable for Both Small-Scale and Large-Scale Operations.


This Method can be Applied to a Wide Range of Materials, including Botanicals, Oils, and even certain Pharmaceutical Compounds.