The company was founded in 2006 with orientation towards trading and sale of raw materials for confectionery. In 2012, the company expanded to the manufacturing industry, having acquired the required knowledge and experience. We focused on innovation and created a new philosophy in the beverage industry, producing products without preservatives and harmful ingredients for children and generally for all of us. In 2016, as a result and reward from the market for this philosophy, we relocated to a place that meets all the specifications of a modern production unit. Continuously investing in machinery and infrastructure, we strive to always offer our services and products to our ever-growing and high standard clientele.


ESSENZA HELLAS has been active in the manufacturing of quality raw materials for beverage confectionery industry.

The philosophy of our company and our primary goal is the production of high and constant quality products. This is due to our love for creation, the careful selection of raw materials from accredited suppliers and the meticulous production process with the strictest rules of hygiene and safety.

Our commercial policy is to reach out to wholesalers.

Our impeccable thirst for evolution, high expertise, direct and personal contact with our customers results in the development of innovative products according to their needs.


Our company, based in Agios Ioannis Rentis, Greece, has a modern production unit and includes all the necessary spaces for all its day-to-day operations (offices, accounting, meetings-presentations, ramps for loading and unloading).

On our premises there is also an organized quality control and assurance department to ensure the quality of our products.

Γ.Ε.ΜΗ.: 006809301000



Stavros Chatzoulis

Commercial Manager


“We make it easy for the professional to always respect the final consumer.”


Chrisostomos Serafimidis

Chemical engineer

Production and Development Manager of New Products


“Driving force or the intense thirst for creativity and leadership with responsibility.”