Delphi’s journey started in 1960 with a passionate family selling specialised produce from Greece and Cyprus.
Tony Styllis starts working full-time with his father in their family fruit and veg store in Goodge Street at the age of 14, the store specialised in bringing speciality produce from Greece and Cyprus.
1961 West Drayton, London
Tony Styllis also helps to run the family farm in West Drayton (near Heathrow) at the time where they become among the first people to start growing parsley and coriander in the UK.
Tony branches out and becomes the first person to import Greek yoghurt into the UK.
Delphi Foods is founded, making Houmous, Taramosalata, amongst other dips & salads here in the U.K. The first major client landed is Harrods.
Next major client landed, Selfridges in the West End.
Delphi introduces Olives into its great range of products.
The second official production unit is rented out in Islington, North London, over the years several units are rented out until we get our 5th unit at the site in 2001.
Tony’s children; Stavros, Marie and Cleo join the family-run business.
Delphi wins Great Taste Awards for several of its lines.
2018 Barnet, North London
Delphi moves to a new purpose built facility in Barnet, North London.