The company was established in 2014 in south Hungary.
Since its foundation the company has been focusing on the mission to produce the best possible quality red deer, wild boar, grey cattle and water buffalo salamis and bresaolas/hams based on traditional diverse Hungarian recipes, offering both traditional and unique flavours mainly for the super yacht and luxury hospitality industry. The wooden engraved unique packaging is reflecting the gastronimical heritage in all of the products. cannot be found in comparable industrial goods.
Building its future on a modern model of growth, the company is now looking for a long term relationship with new distributors, importers and special stores; delicatessen with particular focus on cold cuts, also hotels and restaurants.
The production follows all the HACCP principles and the company is on the way to get the IFS certificate.
The Hungarian artisanal salami producer uses only the best possible quality ingredients from only hunted red deer and wild boar, grey cattle and water buffalo living in areas of national parks in order to make sure that the meat does not contain any antibiotics or hormones. The production is based on traditional processes and it is carried on at artisanal scale. Following the consumers needs and to follow the “natural” way of producing, all of the products are gluten free, lactose free many of them contains no and some of them only the necessary amount of preservatives.
The production is mainly sold to the yachting industry in the Mediterranean areas, to gourmet shops and embassies in Belgium, France, England and Poland.
The company's main meat products are:
* bresaola (red deer and wild boar)
* whole bone-in leg (red deer and wild boar)
* kosher style-no pork salami (red deer, grey cattle and water buffalo)
* natur-paprika-spicy paprika salamis (red deer, wild boar, grey cattle and water buffalo)
* salamis with noble mold crust (grey cattle and water buffalo)
So that the Hungarian company conquers new markets with its quality food products, partners are sought to conclude distribution agreements.