Presentation Orkla and Vitana
Rieber & Søn ASA (today: Orkla) was founded in Bergen, Norway in 1839 by Paul Gottlieb Rieber. In 1948, the brand TORO was launched to produce and market a bouillon cube. The TORO brand quickly became the market leader in Norway for dehydrated consumer products, a position it has enjoyed for many years. Today, Orkla produces an extensive range of dehydrated consumer food products and ingredients in Scandinavia and Central & Eastern Europe. Rieber & Søn was listed in the Oslo Stock Exchange in 1987 and the company continues to extend its food businesses in Scandinavia and Central & Eastern Europe by organic growth and acquisition.
Orkla ASA manufactures products in Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands, The Czech Republic and Poland. The company Orkla ASA bought Rieber & Søn ASA in 2012.
The range includes
- Hydrolysed vegetable protein (HVP)
- Process flavours
- Stocks / fonds / bouillons
- Beef Extract Powders
- A variety of unique, tailor- made ingredients
- Products for the food service sector