I do not want to make any compromises when it comes to food. And I don’t have to.- Peter Seibstock, Seibstock Manufaktur
Our preserves contains a high fruit content and therefore are more than “simply” jam. The combination of specially selected fruits and berries makes the difference: cultivation of berries has a long tradition in the Martell valley (South Tirol, Italy). The cultivated areas are at an average altitude of 1300 m above sea level. The mountain strawberries stand out as the most distinguished in Europe. A mild and dry climate, the altitude and the dedication of the farmers with their eco-friendly integrated cultivation methods all contribute to the fame of the Martell strawberries far beyond the borders.
Values: Tradition and innovation, regionality, handcraft, fairness, sustainability and openness. Promises: highest quality of ingredients, regionality, 100% traceability, closed circuits, handmade, meaningful contribution for the world.
Our production and refinement site is located in the middle of the cultivation area in the valley of Martello. As a result, we are able to guarantee a 0 km production. We operate following a circular model (CradletoCradle) leading to zero waste. All materials are fed back either into technical or biological cycles. Running th production facility on renewable energy and working with healthy regional products allow us to make a positive contribution to the region: From creating jobs to healthy nutrition. The majority of the ingredients come from the region and the majority of the sales will be within the region. This further underpins our idea of social and ecological sustainability. The holistic concept represents a complete solution and is new in this area.
The essence of sustainable production and procurement is the reduction of the multiple ecological and social impacts, from “cradle to grave” to intelligent product design via “cradle to cradle”. Seibstock Manufaktur will demonstrate ways, how products and materials can circulate and be reused as technical or biological nutrients in closed loops. Our glasses and bottles will be returned to us after usage and will be filled-up again.
It is all about developing new “good” products and integrating them into cycles by means of Cradle to Cradle and Circular Economy.
Holistic thinking means readiness for the future.