If you like something more unusual than sweet or salty and like doing things yourself at home, you should choose our Popcorn Maize. The ideal basis for choco-coconut or cheese-herb popcorn... or anything else that occurs to you and you can add to the popcorn bowl!
You’ve got your favourite book and a cup of your favourite tea – so settle down on your swing recliner chair and enjoy your well-earned and relaxed evening. Our fruity and crisp apple chips of the Elstar variety will make your thriller or romance doubly exciting. The very large apple chips have a wo
These light-grey seeds are often seen on rolls or loaves of bread, but sunflower seeds also make a welcome addition to mueslis, salads or seed mixes of every kind. They are a good source of magnesium and phosphorous and are rich in vitamin E.
Pine kernels are a popular topping in many recipes: salads, Mediterranean quiches, pasta dishes. Their mild and spicy, slightly oily taste complements hearty dishes or brings a little something to sweet dishes.
Apple rings have been part of our range since 1964 – but are just as much in fashion as ever to this day! The soft, light rings are pleasingly firm to the bite and unleash a sweet memory of late summer on your tongue. Over 550 g of fresh apples are used used to make 100 g of our Apple Rings.
Small, light-yellow nuggets – not gold unfortunately, but similarly coveted by many... our candied ginger tastes sweet and slightly sharp and leaves a pleasantly fresh feeling in the mouth. Many positive properties are ascribed to the root from Asia – and some swear that our candied ginger is a mira
The sweetened pineapple pieces are slightly reminiscent of fresh pineapples: fleshy and firm to the bite, but above all wonderfully fruity and sweet! They are refined with their own juice and bring a bit of the sweet exotic to your tongue.
Our mangoes not only look perfect, but more importantly, they taste that way too: as if sun-kissed! The vibrant yellow-orange strips of the popular fruit bring a taste of the summer and heat they ripened in, even to the rainiest day or the most unusual place.
In culinary terms, barley is best known as an ingredient in beer. Along with einkorn and emmer wheat, this is the first cereal that was deliberately grown and cultivated by humans. The little grains enrich stews and soups, but also make an excellent addition to salads or an unusual side dish, such a
Rolling green hills and bleak stony tracks, dark forests and glistening sun on snowy fields, babbling brooks and raging waterfalls: just a few of the contrasts you might encounter on a single hike in the mountains. The individual components of our Trail Mix are just as contrary, but it is the very c