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.


Info Day at the Ionian University in Kefalonia

Info Day at the Ionian University in Kefalonia

FOODBIOMES is travelling to Kefalonia on 2 June 2023 to deliver a live Info Day to inform scientists and professionals, mainly from the Region of Ionian Islands, on the recent activities of FOODBIOMES both in science and services. This fourth Info Day entitled...

Apply for access!

Apply for access!

FOODBIOMES will open its doors and host at no charge a limited number of users who wish to get access to FOODBIOMES Research Infrastructure from 1 June to 30 July 2023 and from 1 to 20 September 2023. Users will be able to use the FOODBIOMES instruments and...

New Catalogue of Services is out now!

New Catalogue of Services is out now!

We are excited to announce the launch of the first version of our Catalogue with the complete service portfolio! Now you can browse the service catalogue easily right from your computer, tablet or phone. Click here to find the service that you need! Our services are...


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).