We are gardeners and live from a natural product. That’s why we know that our produce can only grow well in an intact environment.

Preserving this is vital to our existence. That’s why we produce and market our herbs as sustainably and CO2-neutrally as possible. From the field to the point of sale.


There’s no question about it: both the temperature-controlled cultivation in the greenhouse and the professional cooling of fresh herbs consume a lot of energy. Here we rely on green electricity. And only our own: On our roofs, 2,400 m2 of state-of-the-art photovoltaics with a total of 700 kW in combination with our energy-efficient biogas cogeneration plant provide sufficient clean energy. And of course for the right temperature in our greenhouses! Even the cooling units have added value for us: we use their waste heat to heat our administration, social rooms and even the water for sanitary facilities.


When growing our herbs and cresses, we focus on particularly resource-saving measures.

For example, our irrigation systems use rainwater collected from the roof areas and feed unused quantities into a computer-controlled return and recycling system so that only the quantity actually required is used and as much of it as possible is reused.


Unfortunately, it is not (yet) possible to pack fresh herbs hygienically without plastic. But wherever our promise of freshness makes it possible, we use alternative materials such as wet-strength cardboard or paper for our packaging and only printing inks of natural origin.

Conventional trays and tray lids made from petroleum-based plastics are already a thing of the past for us. We use the FlowPack® process for hygienic closures – instead of material-intensive molded plastic parts, we use ultra-thin high-performance polyethylene films that are sealed onto our natural cardboard trays. This saves plastic. But we think even further: our mixed-material packaging is designed in such a way that it can be easily sorted by type by the consumer.