FOODBIOMES is a new distributed research infrastructure of the Agri-food sector established in Greece that aims to offer world class research, education and innovation services exploring the impact of microbiome applications in food systems.


Research & Development Services

FOODBIOMES scientists are offering their expertise and knowledge to support users in the development of innovative technologies and products.

Education & Training

Special training courses are delivered to researchers and professionals to foster innovation on microbiome applications in the agri-food sector.

Facilities Access

State of the art facilities are offered to researchers and professionals to implement research projects of their interest.


A new webinar by FOODBIOMES

A new webinar by FOODBIOMES

📣 A New Webinar by FOODBIOMES! If you are a researcher or professional with a strong interest in the field of functional foods, don’t miss the webinar “Nutritional Interventions-Clinical Trials: Practical Issues for Bioactivity Assessment of Innovative Functional...

A new on-site seminar by FOODBIOMES

A new on-site seminar by FOODBIOMES

📣 An Outstanding Seminar by FOODBIOMES! We are thrilled to announce that George Paraskevakos, Executive Director of the International Probiotics Association, will be here with us on 24th of July 2023 to deliver a seminar entitled "Probiotic considerations: from Bench...

A new hand-on workshop by FOODBIOMES

A new hand-on workshop by FOODBIOMES

FOODBIOMES is organizing a hands-on workshop entitled "Pilot scale production of novel functional food ingredients". This workshop will provide a unique opportunity to explore the fascinating field of biomass production, cell immobilization on food-grade supports rich...


We acknowledge support of this work by the project “Infrastructure of Microbiome Applications in Food Systems-FOODBIOMES” (MIS 5047291), which is implemented under the Action “Regional Excellence in R&D Infrastructures”, funded by the Operational Programme “Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation” (NSRF 2014-2020) and co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Regional Development Fund).