Andriotis, based in Corfu, is a company active in the trading of olive oil for more than 60 years, starting with Grandpa Dimitris Andriotis, who set up in the city of Corfu the most important olive oil trading center, in 1955.
Nowadays, the company’s management has been undertaken by the new generation, the grandchildren: Dimitris and George Andriotis, who decided to materialize a dream they have been envisioning about since 2011; to produce their own well-known olive oil and to take it all around the world as a Greek product. With extensive experience from their long-standing collaboration with companies abroad, they saw a significant opportunity to distribute packaged olive oil to the international market, and so they have started their own bottling, which has already been available since 2015.
The company Andriotis makes a dynamic appearance in the standardized olive oil production, by investing in the quality of the raw material, in the excellent packaging and in the contemporary marketing techniques.
Corfu is located in the northwestern part of Greece and belongs to the group of islands in the Ionian Sea. Corfu city is characterized by an intense Venetian element, but also by many English and French influences. It is a cosmopolitan city that exudes an aura of nobility, with its main attractions being the grand Spianada square, which is the largest square in the Balkans, the Old and New Fortress, the Town Hall (San Giacomo Theatre), the Cannon, the Mon Repos, but also the museums of Byzantine and post-Byzantine History.
Corfu’s Climate is Mediterranean. The summers are hot and dry, and the winters are cold and rainy. The island’s abundant vegetation is directly connected to the winter rainfalls. There are several local products produced in Corfu, out of which the following stand out: the olive oil, kumquat, mandoles (sugared almonds), the sausage nouboulo, sykomaida (a type of sweet), the local wine, gingerbeer and Corfu beer.