About us


More than 20 years on the market

Our company’s valuable experience in cod import owes itself to three family generation’s dedication and hard work. We take great care in developing and maintaining customer relations, and our mission is to give a personalized service to each one.

It was in 1998 when Luis Angel, son and grandson of importers and traders of cod, together with his friend and partner Jose Manuel, decided to create a society where direct treatment, a personalized service and constant communication with the customer were the basis of their company policy.

They travelled to the Faroe Islands, Norway, Iceland and other strategic origins looking for suppliers that offered the best raw materials, a search that today remains constant and is a challenge that their two partners face every day.

Many are wondering what is the meaning of the name LA BARAJILLA, its origin has a historical source, the term barajilla was used in the port of Pasajes to classify a size of fish too small for marketing, but that could account for 20% of the catches.

From the moment the company is founded there is a continuous growth that, thanks to the experience, seriousness and desire for improvement, allows us today to position ourselves as a reference company in the cod sector.

Nuestras oficinas
Proceso de pelado del bacalao
Una producción cuidadosa


One of the main values of La Barajilla, is our teamwork, committed professionals who, with care and dedication, take care of every last detail in the manufacture of the product.

Focused on the purchase, development and supply of seafood products, we select the best raw material at source and control all cold, drying, desalination, elaborated and distribution processes to always offer a good genre.


Traceability from the sea to the plate.

Safety and quality are a priority in our company, the quality control systems implemented in our facilities and those of our suppliers certify an optimal food control.

The Barajilla assumes the principles and standards set out in the FAO Code of Conduct, in its firm commitment to contribute to responsible fishing requires its suppliers official catch certifications, health registration and specifications of fishing methods.