Naber Kaffee Manufaktur enters into cooperation with Demmers Teehaus
Two traditional Viennese companies create a joint supply offer for the Austrian hotel and catering industry
Naber Kaffee Manufaktur is expanding its range of sales for Austrian hotels and restaurants to include fine teas from Demmers Teehaus. Thanks to the cooperation between the two traditional Viennese companies, Naber can now offer its customers in the B2B sector the finest products from the world of coffee and tea in a comprehensive range. Quality varieties such as Naber 23 or the Italian roast Salvatori, created in the traditional Viennese roasting tradition, will be included in the range. The outstanding range of coffee is rounded off with a hand-picked range of teas including expert advice from Demmer tea professionals. The selection from Demmers Teehaus includes classic varieties as well as an exquisite variety of organically grown teas.
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Naber takes over the traditional Carinthian roastery
With the “Exzelsior” roastery, the traditional Viennese roastery Naber has multiplied its production capacities for quality coffee roasted in Austria
With the takeover of the “Exzelsior” roastery in Klagenfurt, the Viennese coffee manufacturer Naber has taken a significant step towards expanding and maintaining the Austrian roasting tradition. While the historic, existing Naber location will remain in Vienna’s 21st district, the “Exzelsior” production will continue in Klagenfurt in the future and there will be an expansion of high-quality private label roasts. The high production capacity of the Carinthian roastery is particularly important here. While 500 tons of green coffee were roasted at Naber in Vienna each year, this volume can be quadrupled to up to 2,000 tons with the new investment. With this capacity, Naber will not only serve existing gastronomy customers in the Carinthian region in the future, but will also promote the production of exclusive own brands at the same time.
In the Ottakringer brewery, the “Art of Cart Formula Gastronomy 2.0” was put on the gas pedal.
250 invited entrepreneurs from gastronomy, the food industry and celebrities from business, TV and sport swapped business suits for racing overalls at the “Art of Cart Formula Gastronomy 2.0” in Vienna’s Ottakringer brewery on Saturday and faced the electrically powered competition.
Under the currently valid Corona regulations, the location offered not only first-class brewing art but also an unforgettable podium for networking and getting started. Conclusion: Team spirit and leadership qualities are maneuvering people and companies into the fast lane, especially now. “The market has already suffered enough from the shutdowns. Whether tested, vaccinated or recovered: we look to the future with confidence and shape the upswing together,” said organizer Peter Saliger
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Beautiful appearance, good balance in the Viennese coffee liqueur with Vorarlberg distiller craftsmanship
The name and the red logo belong to Vienna. And in the outlets that still exist, you can see that Naber Kaffee also had the nicest branches. In recent years, Marco Salvatori has given the traditional brand, founded in 1908, an infusion of Italian espresso vibrancy. Together with Gerald Matzner, they ensure that modern roasts in a retro guise come from Strebersdorf today. And the duo is not limited to large catering packs. The “Kaiser-Melange” even has Viennese flavors ready for the capsule machine.
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