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Dreamers and stubborn believers
Who we are
With over 30 years in the krill industry, 2 world patents and operations in Northern Atlantic and South Antarctic krill fisheries, Tharos is pioneer in developing the world’s first entirely on-board and solvent-free krill oil extraction technology.
What we want to achieve : The unthinkable
The only way we know: hard work and true devotees
It is our mission to be a reliable, trustworthy, knowledgeable and high-caliber participants in the krill industry.
In our close to 30 years’ work in the krill industry we have delivered Tharos’ proprietary engineering, technical and commercial reports and services. We have supported academia, Governments, end-users and distributors with our in-house on-site activities’ reports and consulting services.
Moving towards a more open platform, we publish third-parties’ research, commercial and technical information when we think these improve the value chain and our clients’ knowledge. These material come from open sources and/or having the express consent of editors/writers/researchers.
Additionally, having concluded a very long research that finally become a patented krill oil extraction technology, Tharos’ become a producer of a vital krill end-product. We have put year’s of hard work at-sea and on-land to offer the market the sole GMO-free, solvent-free, entirely at-sea manufactured krill oil, pure, not blended, not chemically treated.
The Tharos’ family hopes you enjoy this journey with us
Why Choose Us
Founder | CEO | Co-inventor
Managing Director. Agronomist Engineer with specializing courses in UC Davis (USA), Berkley University nd University di Padova (Italy). Co-inventor of Tharos’ patents.
Chief Engineer | Co–Inventor
ood Engineer. World-leader in South Antarctic krill at-sea processing engineering as nobody has experienced Raul’s 7 years’ combined operations onboard factory trawlers.
Jose Maria Leon
R&D | Co-Inventor
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