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Kräuter Mix takes on a new managing director

Kräuter Mix is taking steps to strengthen its senior management team. Starting as managing director from March 1, 2021, Holger Popp is set to take on responsibility for the company’s Sales, Purchasing and Sustainability Management departments. Given the company’s successful growth in recent years, the move to redistribute management roles accordingly within the now four-person senior management team takes the company’s increasing size into due account.

Biofach goes digital from February 17 to 19

Since 1990, Biofach is the place for people to share their passion for organic food and the organic market, while also meeting new people and striking up conversations. This year, the trade fair is not being held in Nuremberg (Germany) as usual, but instead is taking place completely online for the first time. And Kräuter Mix will also be making an online appearance at all three days of the fair at www.biofach.de.

Cycling for children in need

This year, 60 Kräuter Mix employees once again took up the “Cycle to work” scheme. Between June 1 and September 30, all 60 pedaled their way to work. And that’s not all! For every kilometer cycled, the company donated ten cents to Mix for Kids.

Merry Christmas!

As the French writer Guy de Maupassant said, “It is the lives we encounter that make life worth living.” In times like these, we can only meet one another at a distance. But life’s major celebrations will find a way to carry on, albeit on a smaller scale. With this in mind, we would like to wish you and your loved ones Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

Bringing holiday spices to feed supplements

Holiday spices for animals? While that might sound a little absurd, it actually isn’t. Plants in the form of feed supplements help to prevent diseases in pets and livestock and can also serve as remedies in case of illness – especially for boosting the immune system during the cold and wet season. To this end, Kräuter Mix offers both individual ingredients like aniseed, cinnamon and ginger as well as spice mixes.

Juniper – from herbal remedy to popular drink

Gin is the trend quite literally on (almost) everyone’s lips. Besides the omnipresent classic that is a gin and tonic, the legendary bar staple has become the star ingredient of a whole host of cocktails and has developed into a crowd-pleasing in-drink in recent years.

Covid-19 cases at Kräuter Mix

(Updated: October 28, 2020) On October 14, 2020, the first case of Covid-19 was reported among Kräuter Mix employees. As a result, over 400 employees were tested for the coronavirus. Nineteen tested positive. Business operations can continue as usual without any further restrictions thanks to our robust Health and Safety Plan.

The trade fairs taking place in 2020 – and those that aren’t

(Updated: September 23, 2020) As a producer and distributor of plant-based raw materials, Kräuter Mix regularly has its own stand at trade fairs across Germany and Europe. In 2020 too, the company had hoped to present its dried natural products – herbs, vegetables and spices both as individual ingredients as well as in mixes – to a broad audience from trade and industry.

Kräuter Mix celebrates 35 long-serving employees

Thirty-five highly valued employees are celebrating their Kräuter Mix work anniversaries, looking back on between ten and 50 years at the company. The firm’s longest serving staff member is managing partner Christoph Mix.

Successful EMAS audit

Kräuter Mix has been EMAS certified since 2015. EMAS stands for “Eco-Management and Audit Scheme” and is the world’s most discerning system when it comes to sustainable and exemplary environmental management. As an internationally active family-owned business, Kräuter Mix holds this certification, developed by the European Union, to document its efforts to go above and beyond what is required by law to protect the environment, continuously improve its environmental performance, and report on the relevant activities regularly in the form of an environmental statement. In 2020, the company once again successfully passed its annual audit.

Support for children with cancer

Kräuter Mix donates 575 packs of herbal tea from the LebensMix product line for the good cause Over the past few days, Thorsten Ellmauer brought 575 packs of herbal tea to E-Center, an Edeka grocery store in Kitzingen. The fragrant 100-gram bags were donated by Kräuter Mix. The Abtswind-based company manufactured the tea and packaged…

Coronavirus information

Since the first reports of the outbreak of a respiratory disease caused by an infection with a new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in Wuhan City in China’s Hubei province, Kräuter Mix has been following the assessments and recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute and the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment. Furthermore, Kräuter Mix is closely monitoring any current information about the Covid-19 situation.

Come see us at Biofach!

Over 50,000 international industry visitors are expected to visit Biofach with its around 3,500 exhibitors from 100 countries and two additional exhibition halls. These numbers demonstrate that ecological awareness is growing around the globe, and so is the market for organic products. The world’s leading organic trade show opens its doors in Nuremberg for the 31st time from February 12–15, 2020.

Merry Christmas!

Dear customers, business partners and friends of Kräuter Mix, An eventful year is coming to a close. At Kräuter Mix, 2019 was all about our company’s anniversary, which we celebrated at various occasions under the motto 100 Years Passion for Plants. At the same time, we also took vital steps in our business: With new…

Kräuter Mix turns 100 years

Kräuter Mix has every reason to celebrate. 2019 is a significant year for the producer of vegetable raw materials. The company is 100 years old. The anniversary marks a milestone in the company’s history, where pride and success in the future can be proudly seen.