Membership No.

4-0241-12-000-00

Category

Ordinary

Sector

Consumer Goods Manufacturers

Country

Germany

Member since

26 April 2012

Web
mmv-luelf.de

Münsterländische Margarine Werke J.Lülf GmbH

Profile

For more than 120 years the name MÜNSTERLAND has meant healthy and high-quality food. Nowadays this brand represents a wide choice of dairy drinks as well as a range of modern margarine and cooking oils from the Lülf family‘s dairy and margarine plant. Josef Lülf founded the company in 1889 at Rosendahl in Münsterland and to this day it is based on the same site around 30 km from Münster. The firm is still independent and in family hands, nowadays headed by Melchior Lülf, a great grandson of the company founder.

With annual sales of over 65 million dairy drinks MÜNSTERLAND has been established for many years as market leader for bottled dairy drinks in Germany and Austria. Also firmly established on the shelves of the major food retailing chains over a long period is MÜNSTERLAND range of spreads and vegetable oil margarines – also sold under own labels by the major food retailing chains. The
products are sold in over two dozen countries for example Benelux, Denmark, Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Slovenia.

ACOP Report Submissions


ACOP PERIOD FILE NAME FILE SIZE
2015 munsterlandische margarine werke j.lulf gmbh-ACOP2015.pdf 22.9 KB
2014 munsterlandische margarine werke j.lulf gmbh-ACOP2014b.pdf 19.7 KB
2012/2013 MUENSTERLAENDISCHE MARGARINE WERKE J.LUELF GMBH.pdf -

Supply Chain Certification

APPROVAL DATE EXPIRY DATE SUPPLY OPTION LOCATION CERTIFIED UNIT/FACILITY CERTIFICATE
13 Feb 2017 12 Feb 2022 MB,SG Germany 3 Facilities; Münsterländische Margarine-Werke J. Lülf GmbH, Midlicher Str. 7 48720 Rosendahl, Germany; Münsterland-Marken-Vertrieb Lülf GmbH, Midlicher Str. 7 48720 Rosendahl, Germany; Gut Ross Lebensmittelvertrieb GmbH, Heidener Str. 51, 46342 Vel Münsterländische…

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    We deliever Aldi Essen with margarine. Our customer wants to promode RSPO Palmoil. We are also thinking about palm oil promotion with our own products.
  • Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
    We buy palm oil components from companys like Cargill, IOI etc. There are able to deliever components for mass balance. We need this components necessary to the margarine production.
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    We will do the certicicate with one of the following organisations.We have already make a contact with them.
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