PARTNERS IN BIO IS PART OF ESTYRIA
From April 1st, 2022, PARTNERS IN BIO will be part of ESTYRIA.
With our decision to merge the two already affiliated companies Estyria Naturprodukte GmbH and Partners in Bio GmbH under Estyria as of March 31, 2022, we are further expanding our diverse food sector and are going into the future stronger.
The merger of PiB into Estyria will improve processes and make the entire team even more powerful. The comprehensive services of Estyria are expanded by the strong international organic competence of PiB and in the course of the merger both companies benefit from each other in the long term.
Until the deadline, March 31, everything will remain as usual for our B2B customers. All PiB team members can still be reached under their previous contact details and will be happy to help you.
Fit for future – fit for our customers
As of April 1, 2022, the PiB team will be integrated into Estyria, resulting in some changes in contact details and previous processes. We will keep you up to date on this. More specific information on various changes will be sent to our customers separately from their respective contact persons in the next few weeks. We are particularly pleased that Martin Pinczker will continue to accompany us and support us with his expertise.
We are convinced that we are taking the right steps for even better cooperation with our customers with the organizational and personnel decisions. The aim remains to be a reliable and attractive partner for all of them – in line with our slogan: Growing together.
Ein kleiner Einblick
The biggest contract grower
of oil pumpkins PGI
Alwera AG, Estyria’s parent company, is responsible for production of the raw goods via a contract farming system. The two companies have for some years maintained the largest PDI area of oil pumpkin in Austria and they know the fields and the farmers personally.Read more
stamp press process
While modernity has brought progress in many areas, the traditional Styrian stamp press process is still the best way of making pumpkin seed oil. The main difference between this and other pressing methods is that we work with open roasting pans. At our plant, people check when the pumpkin seeds are perfectly roasted and so will yield the very best oil. This enables our experienced oil millers to produce the pumpkin seed oil that has won more prizes than any other – and which as a result of this type of pressing retains all the natural constituents. The untreated oil is not filtered; the particles that make it cloudy settle naturally when the oil is left to rest.Read more