Membership No.

9-0193-12-000-00

Category

Associate

Sector

Supply Chain Associate

Country/Region

Germany

Member since

23 September 2012

Web
lubeca-marzipan.de

Lübecker Marzipan-Fabrik v. Minden & Bruhns GmbH & Co. KG

Profile

Lubeca, founded in 1904, is the leading manufacturer of marzipan, nougat, chocolate couverture and processed hazelnuts and almonds, all designed for further processing. Situated in the Northern German town of Stockelsdorf, area of Lübeck, Lubeca manufactures ?Lübecker Marzipan?, a geographically protected brand name. Customers in more than 50 countries are served: pastry chefs, chocolatiers, bakers, patissiers as well as the baking and confectionery industry. The sole owner of Lubeca is the Friedrich Bluhme & Else Jebsen Foundation, a charitable organisation that donates the earnings to welfare and common good projects in and around Lübeck. Product quality is the top priority. Quality raw materials combined with traditional and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes ensure to achieve this goal. Additionally, product safety, environmental protection, sustainability, individual customer service, best possible prices and timely delivery are substantial parts of company policy. Focusing on these priorities Lubeca could double its sales volume within the last years.

ACOP Report Submissions


ACOP PERIOD FILE NAME FILE SIZE
2016 l becker marzipan-fabrik v. minden bruhns gmbh co. kg-ACOP2016.pdf 26.0 KB
2015 lubecker marzipan fabrik v. minden & bruhns gmbh & co. kg-ACOP2015.pdf 20.0 KB
2013/2014 lubecker-marzipan-fabrik-v-minden-bruhns-gmbh-co-kg-ACOP2014.pdf 18.9 KB
2012/2013 LUEBECKER MARZIPAN FABRIK V. MINDEN & BRUHNS GMBH & CO. KG.pdf -

Supply Chain Certification

APPROVAL DATE EXPIRY DATE SUPPLY OPTION LOCATION CERTIFIED UNIT/FACILITY CERTIFICATE
21 Dec 2017 20 Dec 2022 MB,SG Germany Luebecker Marzipan Fabrik v. Minden & Bruhns GmbH & Co. KG, Albert Einstein Str. 64, 23617 Stockelsdorf, Lübeck Lübecker_Marzipan…

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    We do not have any promotion
  • 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?
    There are no conflicts
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    We only use products which are RSPO-certified
  • View all responses

    DISCLAIMER

    This material and accompanying data is based on submissions from RSPO members which has not been independently verified and is provided by the RSPO and authors without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. By making use of this material you do so at your own risk and you accept that the author shall not be liable for any claims, liabilities, losses, damages, costs or expenses of any kind arising.