Fine Food Products from Baden-Wuerrtemberg

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Adler — Originator of the designated and EU protected Black Forest ham category in Germany. While US "Black Forest ham" is cooked (and a misnomer), the original Black Forest ham is a Rohschinken (dry-cured, prosciutto). Produced from traditional recipes, with concern for animal welfare and quality. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Ahoj — A delight for every kid: pour Ahoj Brausepulver (fizzy soda powder) into the open palm, add water and taste the prickly sweet sensation on the tongue. The brand with the sailor icon dates back to 1925. Originally created by Frigeo GmbH, now owned by Katjes. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Alb Gold / Bechtle — ALB-GOLD is one of Germany’s organic pasta pioneers. Over the past 20 years they developed an extensive range of organic fresh and dried pastas. Bechtle is the brand of authentic Swabian Spaetzle and egg noodles. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Armbruster / Black Forest Girl — A gourmet spaetzle and noodle producer located in the heart of the Black Forest. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Baur — Swiss-inspired, high end chocolatier from the foothills of the Allgäu with artfully decorated pralines, truffles and seasonal chocolates (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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BechtlePasta and Spaetzle. A pasta salad with beer-mug shaped noodles, made in Baden Wuerttemberg, is a great way to feed your family and friends to mark the season. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Berisia — A gourmet/organic spaetzle producer (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Birkel / 3 Glocken — Formerly Germany's largest pasta brands, Birkel and 3 Glocken are today owned by the Newlat Goup, an Italian pasta producer. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Caro — A coffee substitute made from a mix of chicory, malt, rye, and barley that tastes very much like coffee without the caffeine. The origin goes back the the 1700s, when coffee prices were so high that the Prussian empire looked for a decent substitute. The Caro brand is today owned and marketed by Nestle. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Dinkelacker — The family brewery Dinkelacker stands for wonderfully fresh beers full of tradition and brewed with passion that can be tasted in every sip. Ever since the company was founded by Carl Dinkelacker in 1888, we have been brewing beers using only the best ingredients and based on recipes that have been passed down for generations. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Distelhäuser — With over 21 beer specialities – from pils to wheat beer and special editions, Distelhäser makes a significant contribution to the beer culture and beer diversity. Year after year, the outstanding quality of products receives recognition in the form of many national and international awards. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Dr. Speick — An 87 year old, gentle and all natural body soap, known for its calming effect on the nervous system, while stimulating natural skin growth. Based on holistic relationship between man and nature, and made using all natural ingredients from the Nock Mountain Region. (Baden-Württemberg)
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Durst-Malz — Based in Bruchsa, Baden Wuerttemberg, this family-owned company has evolved over the past two centuries from a small barley roaster to one of Germany's largest suppliers of malted barley, unique for each type of beer. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Eichbaum — The Eichbaum beer brewing company is located in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg. It was founded in 1679 by Mannheim's Councillor Jean du Chêne. Today the Eichbaum brewing company is owned by Actris AG. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Girrbach — Germany's leading provate label chocolate, sugar and marzipan cake decoration producer, located in Calw, in the heart of the Black Forest. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Girrbach — Located in the heart of the Black Forest, this company specializes on chocolate, sugar and marzipan decorations for cakes, desserts and other dishes. Hundreds of designs, shapes, sprinkles and color combinations are avaialble for pattissiers and retailer around the world. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Girrbach — Germany's leading producer and exporter of chocolate, sugar and marzipan edible decorations located in Calw, in the heart of the Black Forest. Offers a large variety of festively decorated chocolate snacks and decorations all produced in Germany. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Guenthart — A maker of chocolate figurines and decorations with production facilities in Thailand, Taiwan and Russia. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Hengstenberg — No company is more synonymous with sauerkraut, red cabbage, gherkins, mustard and vinegar than Hengstenberg, located in Esslingen near Stuttgart. The company was founded in 1867 by Richard Alfred Hengstenberg who was a co-author of the ‘vinegar purity law’ which is still part of today’s official food standards law. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Hengstenberg — No company is more synonymous with sauerkraut, red cabbage, gherkins, mustard and vinegar than Hengstenberg, located in Esslingen near Stuttgart. The company was founded in 1867 by Richard Alfried Hengstenberg who was a co-author of the ‘vinegar purity law’ which is still part of today’s official food standards law. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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HengstenbergDuesseldorf Hot Mustard. What goes best with a Knack - or Bratwurst? Duesseldorf-style hot yellow mustard. This mild-heat mustard comes in a small beer-mug shaped glass jar which you can use later as a small stein (in case you are the designated driver). (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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HengstenbergPickles. Not indigenous to Germany, but an integral part of the culinary culture in Central and Eastern Europe. Pickles are sold in all kinds of shapes, sizes and brines; you can get them crunchy, in dill brine, Polish brine (with borage, dill, coriander, fennel and garlic), brine with hot mustard seeds and more. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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HengstenbergGerman horseradish. Hotter, more pungent and usually creamier than the US version. It's the standard accompaniment to boiled beef (Tafelspitz) and raw vegetable dips. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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HengstenbergSauerkraut. The most famous German pickled vegetable, white cabbage strips preserved and flavored in an all-natural white wine vinegar brine, is a crunchy, tart supplement to Oktoberfest bratwurst. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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HengstenbergAltmeister Vinegar. Like wines, there are significant differences among the flavors of vinegar around the world. Southern German wine vinegar is mixed with herbs and spices to flavor potato salad, bologna salad, or endives. Altmeister, dark-red in color, is one of Germany's best known vinegar brands. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Herrmann Riehle Hofbauer — Produced among others by the Spaichinger Nudelmacher (Hofbauer brand), a family company with long spaetzle-making history. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Huober Pretzels — Makers of organic, all natural over-sized hard pretzels, baked to perfection and a great delicacy with sweet or hot mustard. Perfect snack for game night. Huober also offers pretzel sticks, choco pretzels, and crisp sticks. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Jermi — Famous for excellent smoked creamy cheese spreads and smoked cheese/ham roll, this family-owned company offeres a large assortment of industrial and consumer cheese products. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Kalfany — A had fruit and caramel candy manufacturer from the Black Forest area who started producing sweets wth lisenced motifs for promotional and advertising purposes (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Karamalz — A non-alcoholic malt drink, that contains natural ingredients and is produced, adding brewing sugar, in accordance with the German beer purity law. Based on a Freiburg university report, Karamalz' natural combination of barley malt, maltose, hops and pure brewing water supplies the body with important vitamins, minerals, trace elements and glucose. Made by Eichbaum Brewery, Mannheim (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Klett — Klett is a manufacturer and exporter of chocolate pralines and over 200 seasonal hollow chocolate figurines, among them Santa Claus or Easter Bunnies, based in Nehren, south of the university town of Tübingen. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Klett — Produces a large variety of hollow and solid chocolate figures for Christmas and Easter. Very creative designs (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Klett — Produces a large variety of hollow and solid chocolate figures for Easter. Very creative designs. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Knorr — One of the most global food brands of sauces, mixes and also pasta products. Owned today by Unilever. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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KnorrCucumber Salad. Simply add sliced cucumber to this dressing made with oil, vinegar and dill seasoning, and, voilá, here's a valuable addition to an Oktoberfest buffet. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Kull — An original Spaetzle press from Swabia to make your own homemade spaetzle (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Landliebe — A producer of GMO free dairy products such as whipped cream, quark, milk, layered cream cheese (Schichtkäse), pudding, Ice cream and lactose-free products. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Lisa’s Organic Chips — A truly organic, bio-dynamic potato chip made in the Allgaeu mountains in Baden Wuerttemberg. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Maggi — A traditional Swiss German brand, now owned by Nestle AG. Known for sauces and soups, the brand also includes Spaetzle. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Milka — Milka , the world-renowned brand of chocolate confection originated in Switzerland, created by Swiss chocolatier Philippe Suchard in 1825. According to Croatian sources, the product name is Suchard's tribute to soprano Milka Ternina (1863–1941). The famous purple-packaged chocolate bars are still primarily produced in Lörrach, Germany. Brand ownership has changed many times over the past fifty years, from Suchard, to Interfood (after merger with Tobler), to Jacobs Suchard to US food giant Kraft Foods to Mondelez International today. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Nippon — Nippon is a brand of chocolate covered puffed rice snack bars, produced by the family owned HOSTA GmbH, based in Stimpfach, between Stuttgart and Nuremberg close to the Romantic Road. The company was founded in 1949 and also produces the popular Mr. Tom peanut snack bars and Romy coconut chocolate bars. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Odol — This mouthwash was launched in Dresden by entrpreneur and inventor Karl August Lingner. It's uniquely designed bottle and a market need for better oral hygiene made Odol one of the most recognized brands. Owned today by GlaxoSmith Kline Healthcare, the German production is based in Bühl. (Baden-Württemberg)
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Oro d’Parma — A brand of pure, natural tomato paste, made by Hengstenberg. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Ritter — The uniquely square chocolate bars under the Ritter Sport brand can be found in over 90 countries. This family-run company, based in Waldenbuch near Stuttgart, churns out some of the greatest variety of flavors, altogether 31 flavors of the 100 gram bars, including yogurt and cornflakes. The company was founded in 1912, and the signature square bar first was introduced in 1932. The company is a strong financial supporter of young artists, especially painters. Ritter was one of the first companies to introduce fully recyclable packaging in 1991, and has a shop in Berlin at Französische Straße 24, 10117. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Rothaus Tannenzaepfle — (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Rübezahl — A Swabian chocolate manufacturer founded in 1949 by Josef Cersovsky. Josef was born in the Karkonosze mountains in Southern Poland, which used to be called "das Riesengebirge" in German. The famous tale of the giant Rübezahl orginated in this area. Today, the company produces and markets chocolate creations under the brands Gubor, Rübezahl, Friedel and others. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Sahne Muh Muh — Creamy Toffee caramel candies from the company PICO Food, based in the heart of the Black Forest. These toffee candies are produced in Hamburg. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Schladerer — Germany’s best-known brand for clear fruit brandies, also known as "Eaux-de-vie" in France, based in Black Forest town of Staufen. The Schladerer assortment includes “Kirschwasser” (cherry brandy) and “Himbeergeist” (raspberry brandy). The difference between “wasser” and “geist” is based on the fruit’s natural sugar content: “wasser” fruits contain more sugar than “geist” fruits. Schladerer is still family-owned and adheres to traditional values of responsibility and commitment to quality with a passion for high class spirits. Schladerer fruit brandies are best served slightly chilled and neat as digestif after a meal. They also can be mixed with Champagne, added to coffee, poured over ice cream or consumed as delicious chocolate pralines. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Seitenbacher — Famous for creative, organic, natural muesli cereals, snack bars, broth and bread making kits. Located in Buchen, Odenwald, this family-owned company is dedicated to provide foods for a healthy lifestyle. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Seitenbacher — A leader and pioneer of organic, natural, gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian products in Germany , Seitenbacher is based in the Odenwald between Heidelberg and Frankfurt. Widely known for their best-selling muesli cereals, sourced and made from local grains. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Seitenbacher — A leader and pioneer of organic, natural, gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian products in Germany. Widely known for their best-selling muesli cereals, they also make great oils and vinegar, sea salt, a vegetarian broth, and other condiments. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Storz — Fun Chocolates for all ocasions and seasons, artfully wrapped and lots of ideas for gifts and decorations. Founded in 1884 (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Tekrum — A former supplier to the royal court of Wuerttemberg based in Ravensburg; today, part of the Griesson de Beukelaer Group. Pattissier Theodor Krumm was known for exquisite pastries like Coconut Macaroon, Florentines, Bee Sting cake, and almond crescents, and some of these fine food products are still available in Germany. (Baden-Württemberg)
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Tress — A locally renowned spaetzle and pasta producer (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Trokost — A leading producer of organic dried herbs, mushrooms and vegetables for the food industry and catering companies. (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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Zabler — A family company with unique brand such as "Hochzeitsnudeln" (lit. wedding noodles) and organic pasta under the Paradiso Bio brand. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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Zoller-Hof — Great things come to those who wait! The traditional fermentation and a 6-weeks maturing process in ice cold tanks is the big difference between our beers and the industrially produced discount beers who in general mature beer only for 2-4 weeks. (Baden Wuerttemberg)
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