Fine Food Products from Lower Saxony

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Abraham — A leading specialty smoked German prosciutto producer, now owned by the Swiss Bell Group. Originally producing truly Westphalian prosciutto, today the group also offers a variety of other meat preparations. (Lower Saxony)
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Appel — Appel Feinkost is part of the Stockmeyer Group, a large German delicatessen processor. ProduceR of excellent quality fresh food, canned fish, and spicy sauces for the past 125 years . (Lower Saxony)
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Bahlsen — Founded over 125 years ago in Hannover, this cookie company is today the largest family-owned biscuit producer in the world. Inventors of the famous Leipniz cookie, an hommage to 18th century philosopher and mathematician Gottfried von Leipniz. (Lower Saxony)
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Bahlsen — Bahlsen first began making Liebniz keks in 1889 in Hanover, Germany. They are the largest family-run cookie company worldwide, offering a full range of European biscuits. (Lower Saxony)
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Biophar Langnese — A honey producer from Braunschweig, which uses only honey from natural, unfertilized and unsprayed sources harvested in harmony with nature. (Lower Saxony)
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Conf. Heidel — High quality, artisan chocolate maker with a wide variety of everyday and seasonal products, based in Osnabrück, where you can also visit their confectionary store. (Lower Saxony)
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Confiserie Heidel — High quality, artisan chocolate maker with a wide vareity of everyday and seasonal products, based in Osnabrück, where you can also visit their confectionary store. (Lower Saxony)
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Confiserie Weibler — Based near Braunschweig, this chocolate confectioner produces truffles, pralinés, almond chips, and individually printed gifts including hollow chocolate figures, egg and heart shaped shells, chocolate reliefs and lollies. (Lower Saxony)
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Coppenrath — For nearly 200 years this producer in the fine art of bakery offers high end cookie and pastries, for example the famous Grazer Ringe short bread cookies, spekulatius, windmill cookies other. (Lower-Saxony)
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Die Räucherei — A unique salmon processor able to addfflavors such as wasabi or chorizo to frozen salmon fillets. Just unfreeze and dine. For lovers of lox with benefits. (Lower Saxony)
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Einbecker — A characteristic bitter taste, unique and perfectly matured. The perfect composition of the best hops and selected fine malts bring the classic bitter character of Einbecker Brewery Premium Pils to mature perfection. (Lower Saxony)
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Frenzel — A mustard and vinegar brand, originated in the Alsatian region, now part of Alfred Paulsen Group. (Lower Saxony)
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Gut und Guenstig — German retail giant EDEKA's private label brand of biscuit cake base layers for fruit tortes and other cakes. Ready-made cake base layers are made by Bahlsen, Kuchenmeister, Wetzel and other baked goods manufacturers, located in Germany's dominant wheat farming area (Lower Saxony)
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Hans Freitag — A venerable, family-owned, high quality cookie producer with a highly successful cookie-in-bag assortment that's in demand all over the world. Uses only the best ingredients from a small and excellent range of suppliers. All natural, no preservatives, or genetically modified ingredients. (Lower Saxony)
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Hofbrauhaus Wolters — A privately held brewery based in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Hofbrauhaus Wolters produces a variety of beers for local and international consumption. (Lower Saxony)
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Homann — A maker of delikatessen sauces and ready to eat refrigerated meals. Makes a great Fritten Sauce (mayo for french fries). Located close to Osnabrueck. (Lower Saxony)
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J.J. Darboven — J. J. Darboven started out in a small office in Hamburg’s old town in 1866. Their group specializes in coffee and now owns several brands, such as IDEE Coffee, Moevenpick, and Mozart Kaffee. (Lower Saxony)
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Kluemper — One of the traditonal makers of Westphalian prosciutto (Rohschinken,in German), produced with traditional German craftsmanship using only natural, basic ingredients. No flavor enhancers, lactose free. (Lower Saxony)
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Koelln — The brand with an iconic blue package is synonymous with healthy oatmeal cereals. It's the "Quaker Oats" of Germany, just with a much longer (200 year) history of processing raw oats into breakfast cereals. Koelln oats are famous for melting on the tongue. (Lower Saxony)
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Lipperland — Famous for their canned "Gruenkohl" (kale), this brand belongs to the Alfred Paulsen group and the manufacturer is based in the Northern coastal part of Lower Saxony. (Lower Saxony)
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Meica — The market leader for sausages cooked in glass jars, and producer of the famous Deutschländersausages, some of the best quality sausages available on the market. Produced using 70% prime cut meat, no added flavors enhancers or colors, lactose and gluten-free. (Lower Saxony)
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MeicaWeisswurst. This archetypical Bavarian specialty sausage, made with finely minced veal meat, pork rind and herbs, is cured with regular table salt rather than nitrite salts, so it keeps a whitish color. The matching condiment is Bavarian sweet mustard. (Lower Saxony)
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Messmer — Messmer is a black and green tea brand of the East Frisian Tea Trading Company (OTG), Germany's largest tea producing company. This healthy hot beverage has been a tradtional choice for people living between Hamburg and Bremen, for many centuries the world's largest coffee and tea trading ports. (Lower Saxony)
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Nordzucker — Headquartered in Braunschweig, this is one of the two large sugar refiners in Germany. The other one is Suedzucker.One of their unique, iconic products is the sugar cone, used for the Feuerzangenbowle (fire tongue bowl) a hot red wine-rum drink consumerd in winter times. (Lower Saxony)
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Onno Behrends — A tea brand of the East Frisian Tea Trading Company (OTG), Germany's largest tea producing company.This brand specializes on fine herbal and health teas of fantastic qualities (Lower Saxony)
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Paulsen — A manufacturer of pickled vegetables with no preservatives. Belongs to the Alfred Paulsen Group (Lower Saxony)
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Ruf — Since 1920, one of Germany"s leading low cost, private label baking and dessert mix producers, based in Quakenbrück, near Oldenburg (Lower Saxony)
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Stockmeyer — Stockmeyer is a brand of canned soups made by Buss GmbH, a subsidiary of Heristo AG. Excellent quailty, those with no meat content are exported to the US. (Lower Saxony)
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Valenzi — Known for a wide variety of premium canned mushrooms, lingonberries,and soup dumplings, this company provides great products for food service operators. Based in the heart of the Luenburg heath. (Lower Saxony)
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Wasa — The world's best selling crispbread is of Swedish origin. However, one of the company's two production facilities churning out those crunchy, low calorie breads for the US happen to be located in Celle, Germany. Today, Wasa is owned by the Italian Barilla Group. (Lower Saxony)
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