Overview on the Austrian Food Processing Sector

An Expert's View about Food , Beverages and Tobacco in Austria

Posted on: 24 Jan 2012

The Austrian food processing industry plays a major role in the Austrian economy. It serves a market of 8.3 million people and is Austria’s fifth largest industrial sub-sector. Total sales in 2010 wer

THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY Required Report - public distribution Date: 1/5/2012 GAIN Report Number: AU1201 Austria Food Processing Ingredients An Overview on the Austrian Food Processing Sector Approved By: Paul Spencer Prepared By: Roswitha Krautgartner Report Highlights: The Austrian food processing industry plays a major role in the Austrian economy. It serves a market of 8.3 million people and is Austria’s fifth largest industrial sub-sector. Total sales in 2010 were $9.3 billion compared to $7.3 billion in 2001. U.S. products with good prospects include tree nuts, wine, pet foods, processed fruits and vegetables, fruit juices, snack foods, convenience foods as well as health, organic and sustainable food products. Post: Vienna 1 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Table of Contents Section I. Market Summary Section II. Road Map for Market Entry A. Entry Strategy B. Market Structure C. Company Profiles D. Sector Trends Section III. Competition Section IV. Best Products Prospects Section I. Market Summary The Austrian food processing industry plays a major role in the Austrian economy. The food processing industry serves a market of 8.3 million people and represents the fifth largest industrial sub-sector. Total sales in 2010 were $ 9.3 billion compared to $ 7.3 billion in 2001. The most important categories within the Austrian food processing industry, based on production, are the brewing, non-alcoholic beverages, confectionary, meat, and fruit juice. Over the past few years, the food industry was affected by the growing price pressure from food retailers and highly volatile agricultural raw material prices. The food industry in 2010 experienced a decline in turnover by 2.7 percent compared to 2009 but performed better than the Austria’s industrial sector overall. Although a small country, Austria has one of the highest standards of living in Europe and its affluent customers demand high quality products. U.S. products with good prospects include tree nuts, wine, pet foods, processed fruits and vegetables, fruit juices, snack foods, convenience foods as well as health, organic and sustainable food products. With the exception of 2009, which was stagnant, consumer expenditures grow constitantly, including expenditures on food and non-alcoholic beverages. From 2008 to 2011, consumer expenditures on food and non- alcoholic beverages grew 6.6 percent. In the light of a weaker economy, consumers tend to shift towards non- discretionary spending, which was expressed in a weaker growth in expenditures on alcoholic beverages and tobacco. (Source: Euromonitor) 2 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Source: Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie In 1995, when Austria joined the EU, was critical for the food processing and drinks industry. From that time on, the sector underwent a major restructuring and consolidation process which continued until 2007. The number of food processing companies went from 346 in 1995 to 220 in 2007, a decline of 36 percent, and marginally increased to 227 in 2010. To help deal with this disruption, the Austrian Ministry of Agriculture started various promotional initiatives with the food industry and the retail sector. These initiatives emphasize local origin, uniqueness of local ingredients, environmental friendly, sustainable and organic production. Numerous labels and trademarks have been created to enforce those criteria. Source: Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie Sales of the food processing sector increased steadily until 2008. Starting in 2009, sales were affected by the global economic down-turn and fell to Euro 7 billion in 2010. 3 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Source: Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie Within the last ten years, the number of employees in the Austrian food processing sector decreased by almost 9 percent, to below 27,000. Source: Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie In 2010, Austria imported Euro 8.7 billion worth of agricultural products. Exports accounted for Euro 7.8 billion. 4 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Source: Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie 45 percent of total agricultural imports and 59 percent of total agricultural exports were processed food products. The Austrian food processing sector exported Euro 4.5 billion in 2010, which represents an increase of 9 percent by value compared to the previous year. Advantages Challenges Austria has a strategic location within the The food processing industry in Austria and the Central European region; processed products surrounding Central European countries underwent a can be re-exported to approximately 50 million severe concentration process with the result that individual people in surrounding countries. countries concentrate on specific segments and/or products for processing. This market concentration represents a big challenge for U.S. exporters to find the appropriate processor. Austrians have one of the highest living Foods containing or made from biotech products are not standards in the EU. Austrians are affluent accepted by consumers and retailers. Products must meet customers, used to high quality products and strict Austrian/EU/retailer requirements. High competition are environmental and health conscious in from other EU suppliers. their food selection. There is demand for sustainable, organic, innovative, healthy and low calorie products. Good infrastructure and network of Because Austria is a relatively small country many products experienced agents, importers and are imported and processed through other EU importers consolidators helps to get products into the and processers. market. A strong and growing tourisms sector within EU labeling, traceability, and packaging laws inhibit the and outside of Austria stimulates the demand import of some U.S. products, which have a high market for U.S. products; e.g. U.S. beef, ethnic foods, potential e.g. U.S. beef and poultry. organic snacks. 5 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Section II. Road Map for Market Entry A. Entry Strategy In general terms, U.S. exporters who are already exporting to other EU countries will likely be meeting most of the requirements for exporting to Austria. In order to be successful on the Austrian food processing market an exporter should conduct the following steps: Carry out a thorough marketing research to assess the market potential Tools: FAS Attaché Reports (products, sector specific reports): e.g. Exporter Guide, Food Retail Report All reports can be found at: http://www.usda-mideurope.com/ or http://gain.fas.usda.gov/Pages/Default.aspx Contact State Regional Trade Groups and/ or U.S. Cooperators to obtain market access support. STRG’s and/or Cooperator groups use trade shows, trade missions and tailor made market research to assist importers. Contact FAS Vienna office to discuss method and market entry strategy. Find an agent, importer wholesaler, distributor who can assist with information on import requirements, phytosanitary and sanitary regulations, labeling requirements and competition. Tools: Contact FAS Vienna office for market knowledge and Foreign Buyer Lists. Ensure regular product supply Tools: Sales to Austria might be in small volume. Exporter should request a consolidator address list from FAS Washington in order to reduce shipping costs. Check the American Foods in Europe Directory which lists all European buyers of U.S. products. http://www.american-foods.org/ Attend a trade show to test the product on the market. For upcoming trade shows in the region, see: http://www.usda-mideurope.com/text.php?id=7 For import requirements please refer to the latest Austrian and EU FAIRS reports and the EU Certification Guide: http://gain.fas.usda.gov/Recent%20GAIN%20Publications/Food%20and%20Agricultural%20Import%20Regulatio ns%20and%20Standards%20-%20Narrative_Vienna_Austria_1-12-2011.pdf http://gain.fas.usda.gov/Recent%20GAIN%20Publications/Food%20and%20Agricultural%20Import%20Regulatio ns%20and%20Standards%20-%20Narrative_Brussels%20USEU_EU-27_12-21-2010.pdf http://www.fas.usda.gov/posthome/useu/Certification_Guide.html 6 Food Processing Ingredients Austria The Foreign Agricultural Service The USDA Foreign Agricultural Service in Vienna can be contacted for assistance with questions regarding the Austrian market, trade shows and marketing or sales opportunities in Austria. Contact information for FAS Vienna can be found at the end of this report. State Regional Trade Groups The State Regional Trade Groups (SRTG) are regionally located in the U.S. and non-profit trade development organizations which help U.S. food producers and processors sell their products overseas. They are funded by USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), the State Departments of Agriculture and the private industry. These groups carry out promotional activities in order to increase exports of U.S. high-value food and agricultural products. Activities include participation in international trade exhibitions, overseas trade missions, reverse trade missions, export education, in-country research, and point-of-sale promotions in foreign food chains and restaurants in markets around the world. The SRTGs also administer a cost-share funding program called the Brand program, which supports the promotion of brand name food and agricultural products in overseas markets. For more information, contact the state regional trade group responsible for your state: Food Export USA - Northeast Member states: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont Email: info@foodexport.org Website: www.foodexportusa.org Food Export Association of the Midwest USA Member states: Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin Email: info@foodexport.org Website: www.foodexport.org Southern United States Trade Association Member states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia Email: susta@susta.org Website: www.susta.org Western U.S. Agricultural Trade Association Member states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming Email: export@wusata.org Website: www.wusata.org Participation in Trade Shows 7 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Austria has only one major food trade show “Alles für den Gast”. This show is held twice a year in Salzburg. In addition, all major Austrian traders, importers and food processers will attend the large product specific trade shows held in Germany and France. ANUGA in Germany alternating with SIAL in Paris are the most important food trade shows in Europe and the best place for U.S. exporters to make contact with potential business partners. New food trends and latest developments in the food industry can be observed at these shows. These shows are catered to an international crowd, giving exporters access to a wide selection of interested buyers from around the world. ISM (International Sweets and Biscuit Show) Cologne, Germany The largest confectionery trade show worldwide catering to an international crowd. No USA pavilion present. Takes place annually in January/February. Next show: January 29 to February 1, 2012 www.ism-cologne.com Pro Sweets Cologne, Germany Takes place simultaneously with ISM (see above). The show focuses on confectionery ingredients. No USA pavilion present. Annually except when the show Interpack is held. Next show: January 29 - February 1, 2012 www.prosweets-cologne.com Fruit Logistica Berlin, Germany Europe’s largest trade show for fresh produce, dried fruits and nuts; catering to an international crowd. USA pavilion present. Takes place annually in January. Next show: February 9 - 11, 2011 www.fruitlogistica.com BioFach Nuremberg, Germany The world’s largest trade show for organic products catering to an international crowd. USA pavilion present. Takes place annually in February. Next show: February 15 - 18, 2012 www.biofach.de European Seafood Exposition Brussels, Belgium The world’s largest seafood trade show catering to an international crowd. USA pavilion present. Takes place annually in April. Next show: April 24 – 26, 2012 www.euroseafood.com Interzoo Nuremberg, Germany The world’s largest trade show for pet and pet food supplies catering to an international crowd. No USA pavilion present. Takes place every two years in May. Next show: May 17 – 20, 2012 www.interzoo.com Vitafoods Europe Geneva, Switzerland 8 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Trade show for nutraceuticals, functional foods and functional drinks catering to an international crowd. USA pavilion present. Takes place annualy in May. Next show: May 22 – 24, 2012 www.vitafoods.eu.com SIAL Paris, France Europe’s second largest trade show (5.300+ exhibitors) for food & beverages, catering to an international crowd. USA pavilion present. Takes place every two years in October. Next show: October 21-25, 2012 http://www.sialparis.com Health Ingredients Europe (Hi Europe) Frankfurt, Germany The leading global trade show for food and beverage innovation, ingredients and solutions for food and drink formulation, dietary supplements, nutraceuticals and personal care products. USA pavilion present. Takes place every two years in November. Next show: November 13 – 15, 2012 hieurope.ingredientsnetwork.com International Food & Drink Exhibition (IFE London) London, United Kingdom The UKs largest food and beverage trade show. USA pavilion present. Takes place every two years in March. Next show: March 17 - 20, 2013 www.ife.co.uk ANUGA Cologne, Germany The world’s largest trade show (6.500+ exhibitors) for food & beverages catering to an international crowd. USA pavilion present. Takes place every two years in October. Next show: October 5 – 9, 2013 www.anuga.com Food Ingredients Europe (Fi Europe) Frankfurt, Germany Trade show for the food ingredients industry. USA pavilion present. Takes place every two years in November. Next show: November 19 – 21, 2012 fieurope.ingredientsnetwork.com Information on all USDA sponsored trade shows can be found under: www.fas.usda.gov/agx/trade_events/trade_events.asp B. Market Structure Austria has a small but highly developed market economy and a high standard of living with a population of 8.3 million. It occupies a strategic position in the center of Western Europe and is closely tied to other EU 9 Food Processing Ingredients Austria economies, especially Germany’s. Austria is a part of the EU single market and customs union. International trade negotiations for all EU members are conducted by the European Commission (EC). The Austrian economy is characterized by a large service sector, a sound industrial sector, and a small, but highly developed agricultural sector. The Austrian economy tends to perform better than the EU average. The Austrian food processing market is relatively small and food processors generally source their products through importers/traders or wholesalers from other EU importers. This is especially important for a U.S. exporter when looking at the Austrian food processing sector. Large importers in either Germany or The Netherlands work with Austrian agents or wholesalers to distribute the products to the different food processing facilities. U.S. exporter already exporting to other EU members will likely be meeting most of the requirements for exporting to Austria. The structure and relative small size of the Austrian food processing sector requires only a small number of traders, importers or agents for sourcing products. Only large processors will buy directly from foreign suppliers. Globalization and concentration in the European food processing sector and in particular in Austria has reduced the number of food processors. A typical Austrian food processor exports a high share of its production to other EU countries. This constitutes an excellent opportunity for U.S. food exporters supplying his product to an Austrian food processor. For example supplying bulk products to a large snack food processor in Austria means these products will end up on the shelves of many European retail stores. U.S. Exporter Importer, Agent, U.S. Representative Wholesaler for EU Market Food Processor Wholesaler Retail and HRI Sector 10 Food Processing Ingredients Austria C. Company Profiles The following table includes a selection of food processors in Austria, sorted by the types of products and sales. Sales P Euro End-Use Production Procurement roduct Type Company Million / Channels Location Channels 2009 1) Meat Radatz Feine Wiener 131 Wholesaler, Vienna Local Fleischwaren Gesellschaft Retailer, HRI products m.b.H. Meat Handl Tyrol GmbH 92 Wholesaler, Pians Local Retailer, HRI products, Imports Meat Greisinger Fleisch- Wurst- 90 Wholesaler, Muenzbach Local u Selchwarenerzeugung Retailer, HRI products, GmbH Imports Meat Landena KG d 88 Wholesaler, Stainach Local Landgenossenschaft Retailer, HRI products, Ennstal Imports Meat Hochreiter Fleischwaren 73 Wholesaler, Bad Local GmbH Retailer, HRI Leonfelden products, Imports Meat Schirnhofer GesmbH 67 Wholesaler, Kaindorf Local Retailer, HRI products, Imports Meat Wiesbauer Österreichische 65 Wholesaler, Wien Local Wurstspezialitäten GmbH Retailer, HRI products, Imports Poultry Meat Hubers Landhendl GmbH 180 Wholesaler, Pfaffstaett Local Retailer, HRI products Poultry Meat Wech-Geflügel GmbH 56 Wholesaler, Kolleg Local Retailer, HRI products Dairy Berlandmilch regGenmbH 690 Wholesaler, Wels Local Retailer, HRI products, Imports Dairy NOeM AG 373 Wholesaler, Baden Local Retailer, HRI products, Imports Dairy Gmundner Molkerei 180 Wholesaler, Gmunden Local regGenmbH Retailer, HRI products Dairy Tirol Milch regGenmbH 140 Wholesaler, Woergl Local Retailer, HRI products Fish & Eisvogel Hubert Bernegger 15 Wholesaler, Molln Local Seafood GmbH & Co KG Retailer, HRI, products Consumer Fish & ELFIN Feinkost GmbH 11 Wholesaler, Leonding Local Seafood Retailer, HRI products Fish & Kulmerfisch GmbH - 5 Wholesaler, Haslau bei Local Seafood Fischverarbeitung HRI, Birkfeld products Consumer 11 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Fish & Cerny’s Fisch&Feinkost n/a Wholesaler, Guns- Local Seafood HRI, kirchen products, Consumer Imports Non-Alcoholic Rauch Fruchtsäfte GmbH 400 Wholesaler, Rankweil Local Beverages & Co Retailer Products, Imports Non-Alcoholic Coca-Cola HBC Austria 330 Wholesaler, Wien Local Beverages GmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Non-Alcoholic S. Spitz Gesellschaft mbH 225 Wholesaler, Linz Local Beverages Retailer Products, Imports Non-Alcoholic Pfanner Hermann 200 Wholesaler, Lauterach Local Beverages Getränke GmbH Retailer Products, Imports Non-Alcoholic Ybbstaler Fruit Austria 120 Wholesaler, Kroellen- Local Beverages GmbH Retailer dorf Products, Imports Alcoholic Brau Union Österreich AG 606 Wholesaler, Linz Local Beverages Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Alcoholic Schlumberger Wein- u 115 Wholesaler, Wien Local Beverages Sektkellerei GmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Alcoholic Stieglbrauerei zu Salzburg 61 Wholesaler, Salzburg Local Beverages GmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Baked Goods Ölz Rudolf Meisterbäcker 174 Wholesaler, Dornbirn Local GmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Baked Goods Ankerbrot AG 73 Wholesaler, Wien Local Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Prepared Url F & Co GesmbH 61 Wholesaler, Unterprem- Local Fruit, Retailer, HRI staetten Products, Vegetable, Imports Products Prepared Felix Austria GesmbH 39 Wholesaler, Matters- Local Fruit, Retailer, HRI burg Products, Vegetable, Imports Products Confect- Manner Josef & Comp AG 168 Wholesaler, Wien Local ionary Retailer, HRI Products, Products Imports Confect- Haribo Lakritzen Hans 56 Wholesaler, Linz Local ionary Riegel BetriebsgesmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Products Imports Confect- Lindt & Sprüngli (Austria) 53 Wholesaler, Wien Local ionary GesmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Products Imports Confect- Kraft Foods Österreich 50 Wholesaler, Bludenz Local ionary GmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Products Imports Snack Foods Kelly GesmbH 100 Wholesaler, Wien Local 12 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Snackhersteller Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Pet Foods Mars Austria OG 330 Wholesaler, Bruck / Local Retailer, HRI Leitha Products, Imports Pet Foods PRO PET AUSTRIA 12 Wholesaler, Pucking Local Heimtiernahrung GmbH Retailer, HRI Products, Imports Prepared Unilever Austria GmbH 300 Wholesaler, Wien Wholesaler, Meals (Mixed Retailer, HRI Retailer, HRI Ingre-dients) Dried Goods Almi Ges.m.b.H. & Co KG 70 Wholesaler, Oftering Wholesaler, and Condi- Retailer, HRI Retailer, HRI ments, Spices Dried Goods KOTANYI GmbH 70 Wholesaler, Wolkers- Wholesaler, and Condi- Retailer, HRI dorf Retailer, HRI ments, Spices Dried Goods Wiberg GesmbH 69 Wholesaler, Salzburg Wholesaler, and Condi- Retailer, HRI Retailer, HRI ments, Spices Dried Fruits & 95 Wholesaler, Wiener Wholesaler, Nuts Retailer, HRI Neudorf Retailer, HRI Dried Fruits & VOG Einfuhr u Großhandel 12 Wholesaler, Linz Wholesaler, Nuts m Lebensmittel u Retailer, HRI Retailer, HRI Bedarfsgüter AG 1) Source: Herold Marketing CD D. Sector Trends In contrary to the traditional Austrian diet which is based on pork, flour, and vegetables there is an increasing interest in healthy lifestyles, especially among younger consumers, who are expressing more concern about daily calorie intake and a healthy diet, making low-fat and zero sugar food and beverages more and more popular. The younger generation also appreciates trying new products and is a logical segment to aim for with many new product introductions. Driven by the Austrian government and NGOs, Austrian consumers are getting more and more aware of environmental issues. This creates a rapidly growing market for sustainably produced food products. Reacting to this trend many retail chains started launching private labels promoting “sustainability”. Biotech products have a very negative image among the Austrian public. Food products that have to be labeled as biotech do not sell in Austria and cannot be found in Austrian retail stores. A counterpoint to the negative view of biotech crops and food products is Austria’s growing market for organic agricultural products. The market share of organics in food retail accounts for about 5 percent and Austria has the highest percentage of organic farms in the EU. In 2011, 7.4 percent of all fresh food purchases in Austria were organic. Growing health concerns together with increasing obesity brings the market for low calorie products forward. An increasing number of people suffering from allergies and higher awareness of the issue raise the demand for special allergy products. Due to the increasing number of single households and the rising number of older people seeking 13 Food Processing Ingredients Austria companionship, the number of pets should continue to increase, further stimulating demand for pet food. The rise in single households boosts demand for convenience products and for food eaten outside the home. Singles are not only young urban working people but also retired persons. The rising number of elderly people, many of whom have significant disposable income, creates additional demand for health and specialty nutrition products. Section III. Competition Product Major Supply Strengths of Key Supply Advantages and Disadvantages of Category Sources in 2010 Countries Local Suppliers Imports Market Share2) 20102) Tree Nuts Italy: 22% The United States is the Only little local supply available. Total United States: second largest supplier for tree Imports: 15% nuts and within this category 95 million Germany: 14% the major supplier for almonds. US$ Turkey: 13% 16 thousand MT Fish & Germany: 43% Germany and The Netherlands Only fresh water fish locally available. Seafood Netherlands: function mostly as ports of Total 10% entry and countries for Imports: United States: transshipment. 397 million 1% US$ 58 thousand MT Fruit and Germany: 17% Germany and Poland have Local production of fruit juices and Vegetable Poland: 16% market advantages due to non-alcoholic beverages is the Juices Italy: 14% proximity and large local juice second most important food Total USA: 1% industry. processing sector in Austria. Austria Imports: is a large exporter of fruit juices. 298 million US$ 163 thousand MT Pet Food Germany: 54% Germany and Liechtenstein A large local producer is dominating Total Liechtenstein: function as country of (about 50% of the Austrian market) 14 Food Processing Ingredients Austria Imports: 14% transshipment. Product might the local market. 166 million USA: 2% origin from the USA or other US$ countries. 107 thousand MT Wine Italy: 47% Italy and France have Locally produces wine has a market Total France: 26% advantages through proximity share of about 80%. Consumers Imports: Germany: 10% and similar taste. have a strong preference for local 232 million USA: 1.5% wine. US$ 81 thousand MT 2) Source: Global Trade Atlas Section IV. Best Products Prospects Category A: Products Present in the Market That Have Good Sales Potential Tree nuts, such as almonds, walnuts, and hazelnuts Wine Pet foods Processed fruits and vegetables Fruit juices Snack foods Health food Organic food Sustainable food products Convenience food, ready meals Non-biotech products Category B: Products not present in Sufficient Quantities but That Have Good Sales Potential Cranberries and cranberry products (jam, juice) Pecans, macadamia Seafood and seafood products Hormone free high quality beef Game and exotic meat Category C: Products not Present because They Face Significant Barriers Beef and beef preparations from cattle raised with grown promoters (hormone ban) Poultry (chlorine sanitized poultry may not enter the EU) SECTION V POST CONTACT AND FURTHER INFORMATION U.S. Embassy Department of Agriculture Boltzmanngasse 16 15 Food Processing Ingredients Austria A-1090 Wien Phone: + 43 (1 ) 31 339 ext. 2364 or 2293 Fax: + 43 (1 ) 310 8208 e mail: agvienna@fas.usda.gov website: http://www.usda-mideurope.com FAS web site: http://www.fas.usda.gov Other Useful Addresses Wirtschaftskammer Oesterreich Fachverband der Lebensmittelindustrie Zaunergasee 1-3 A-1030 Wien Phone: +43 (1) 712 21 21 Fax: +43 (1) 712 21 35 Website: http://www.dielebensmittel.at Bundesministerium für Gesundheit Radetzkystraße 2 1030 Wien Tel. +43-1/711 00-0 Fax +43-1/711 00-14300 Website: http://www.bmg.gv.at/ Agrarmarkt Austria (AMA) (Agricultural Market Austria) Dresdnerstr. 70 A-1200 Wien Phone: + 43 (1) 33 151 - 0 Fax: + 43 (1) 33 151 299 Email: office@ama.gv.at Website: http://www.ama.at 16 Food Processing Ingredients Austria
Posted: 24 January 2012

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