Milkana, the brand with its roots in the Alps
A Success Story in Germany
Milkana was produced for the first time in 1952 in the German Alps, in Allgäu, a region of green pastures in the foothills of the mountains. By choosing product quality without compromise and using the excellent milk from Allgäu, Milkana succeeded in conquering the German market, and became an acclaimed brand targeting a broad consumer group, seeking for affordable products guaranteeing superior quality and safety. Since 2010, the brand has been number 1 in spreadable processed cheeses, with its flagship tub-format product, the beautifully creamy “Milkana Sahne”, which is also available in a range of flavours and in individual portions.
AN INTERNATIONAL BRAND...
Sold in Germany, Eastern Europe, South-East Asia, China, Egypt and Africa, Milkana sells a varied range of products: processed and fresh cheeses and milk–based desserts. Milkana use long-life technology in order to ensure they reach consumers in Africa and Asia in peak condition.
... and innovative
The Milkana brand takes many forms elsewhere. Milkana rolls out with the “Tolle Rolle” in Germany, becomes a savory stick in Egypt or Haiti, and is appreciated in little round shells in China.
Always proposed in practical and playful packaging, these healthy and natural snacks are well suited to children’s tastes and nutritional needs.
First GMO-free processed cheese on the German market, Milkana is equally a brand with real commitment to sustainable development.
Edelweiss, the German subsidiaries producing Milkana, has set up with its milk producers the « Grünland Fütterung » concept, which provides multiple benefits for consumer health, animal welfare, producers and environment.
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