Monde Selection 2017: Two awards presented to Oettinger Brauerei
For the third time in a row, “Monde Selection” presented Oettinger’s Hefeweizen beer (can 24, 0.5l) with the gold medal. For the consistently high quality, the managing director of Oettinger Brauerei Dr. Karl Liebl, was also able to accept the International High Quality Trophy at the awards ceremony in Malta. The jury hereby acknowledged the continuous high standard, which is evident through the three consecutive awards.
International Award for the highest quality standards
“At OETTINGER, we place great emphasis on quality and safety – much more than the standards customary in this industry,” Dr. Liebl explained in Valetta. “This is why we are so happy that Monde Selection has decided to reward our commitment again in 2017, and we gladly accept the award as an incentive to maintain our high standard.” More than 3000 products from 89 countries were vetted by “Monde Selection”. “We review the ingredients, labelling, packaging, the honest and transparent communication with customers, as well as innovation in our evaluation,” Patrick de Halleux, President of “Monde Selection” stated in Malta. In addition to the product quality and safety, factors such as taste and sustainability play a decisive role when allocating the award.
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The Oettinger Group is one of the largest brewing companies in Germany with annual output of around 9.2 million hectolitres. Approximately two billion bottles and cans are filled with beer, beer mixers and lemonades yearly. The family-owned company with its headquarters in Oettingen in Bavaria and approx. 1050 employees dates back to 1731. In addition to complete quality control, highly modern production facilities at four locations and extensive environmental awareness, the company attaches great value to attractive pricing, which is made possible through efficient direct sales. Oettinger products are sold worldwide. Since March 2013, all OETTINGER beers feature the official “No Genetic Engineering/ Non GMO” seal; in the spring of 2015, this designation was expanded to include all exported beers.