Eckes-Granini Sweden is working on an innovative packaging solution: The new bottle will not only be compostable, but you can even eat it.
Many manufacturers claim that their packaging is biodegradable. In most cases, however, this packaging has to be industrially processed - with heat,... >>
Eckes-Granini Germany has been awarded "Company of the Future 2021” by the Rhineland-Palatinate Future Initiative (Zukunftsinitiative Rheinland-Pfalz ZIRP).
Eckes-Granini Deutschland GmbH (EGD) convinced the independent jury of the Rhineland-Palatinate Future Initiative with its application in all criteria... >>
Joker, the family brand of Eckes-Granini France, provides consumers with a kicking taste experience in the form of newly launched shots.
Health has become the first preoccupation of French people, even more so since the Covid-19 crisis hit. Also, 95 percent of the population is aware... >>
Strengthening the immune system – Brämhults launched new shots during a sports event.
With their positive health properties, the new "Immune" and "Antioxidant" varieties added to the successful shot range of our Swedish brand Brämhults... >>
Eckes-Granini employees are engaged in a variety of projects during their first Group-wide Sustainability Day.
Eckes-Granini gets down to it! Last week, the Group-wide Eckes-Granini Sustainability Day was held for the first time. Many of the 1,700 employees at... >>
This year's Team Rynkeby charity cycling event raised a total of 9.74 million euros for seriously ill children. This exceeded last year's result by 11 percent.
The European charity cycling initiative Team Rynkeby, which has been supported by the Eckes-Granini Group as a partner and main sponsor since 2016,... >>
Eckes-Granini Lietuva and the Lithuanian Red Cross are lending refugee families from Iraq and Afghanistan a helping hand.
Eckes-Granini is a family company that helps - especially when we see that the health and well-being of families are at risk. We are committed to help... >>
Eckes-Granini Spain is making an important contribution to greater sustainability. In a new video, the national company also formulates ambitious goals for the future. For example, all bottles are to be 100 percent recyclable by 2022.... »
If we think of certain brands as great, then we not only like the products. We also love their design and what the products or the company behind them stand for. Christian Thomas, curator of the "Austrian Brand Stories" exhibition in Vienna,... »
Handling food and food products consciously has been engrained in Rynkeby's brand DNA for a long time. When Inger Rasmussen started pressing juice from fallen apples in 1934, she was fighting food waste – while laying the foundation for Rynkeby.... »