Where do our ingredients come from?
The quality and taste of the ingredients are decisive factors for a perfect jam. In order to actively support the cultivation of Swiss fruits, we rely on domestic ingredients wherever possible.
When it comes to imported ingredients, the taste and quality are decisive for us.
Ingredients from Switzerland
In cooperation with local farmers, we therefore try to promote the cultivation of well-growing varieties such as quinces, rhubarb, cherries, strawberries or plums.
While Swiss sugar is available in sufficient quantities, it is not always easy to find enough Swiss fruit for the industry.
Ingredients from Europe
For fruits and berries that are not available in sufficient quantity or quality in Switzerland, we source our raw materials from the countries and regions in which the tastiest and juiciest of them grow.
What grows where?
For berries, this is mainly the Scandinavian and Eastern European region, citrus fruits are supplied to us from sunny Spain, peaches find their way to us from Greece and the figs thrive particularly well in Turkey.
Weather, crop fluctuations and climate change
Since our ingredients are natural products, fluctuations in crop quality and quantity can occur depending on the weather.
We rely on the experience and know-how of our long-standing suppliers to monitor the weather situation in the growing regions year after year, so that we can get enough ingredients of the desired quality from high-yield areas if necessary.
Incidentally, the second main ingredient for our jams and jellies – the sugar – is fully sourced from Switzerland.
Transparency and traceabiliy
Transparency is important to us. That is why, even where this is not mandatory, we consistently publish the origin of our fruits.
From Greece, Serbia and Switzerland
From Switzerland, Spain and Israel
From Poland and Switzerland
From Serbia, Bosnia and Switzerland
From Switzerland and Greece
From Switzerland, mostly even from Ballwil, as well as Spain and Turkey
From Spain and Italy
From Serbia and Switzerland
From Switzerland (organic sugar: Switzerland and Germany)