From a single source
The unique selling point of the company is controlling processes and influencing processes. Whoever guarantees the delivery of organic products must keep a close eye on all steps of the production chain, from advising the farmers to processing, refining, and delivering high-quality organic products. Especially during the processing steps, it’s vital that we unite all key processes under one roof and only rely on service providers if absolutely necessary.
Eusebio GmbH supplies major customers such as mills, bakeries, contract packagers, and retail chains. The organic products are
delivered by road trains, in bulk bags, or in 25 kg bags. Rapid delivery is a prerequisite to ensure the satisfaction of the customers. “The large finished goods warehouse enables us to keep products on stock,” says Johann Krachbüchler, „so we can respond quickly to wishes and short-notice orders made by our
customers.“ Consistent consideration for individual customer needs has evolved over the years into the hallmark of Eusebio. In this way, many product innovations have been developed through initiatives from, and close cooperation with customers.
For Eusebio GmbH it is a given to pay fair prices for fair services. Not short-term profits, but sustainability – through the management of soils and the upkeeping of business relationships – is our priority.
Innovation and Development
Eusebio GmbH is the result of hundreds of years of agricultural
experience made on the border of the Pannonian Basin. The success story of Eusebio has developed from collective knowledge gathered by previous generations, our fascination for sustainable organic agriculture, solid craftsmanship skills, and dreams and visions that are firmly grounded in reality. Eusebio GmbH is always searching for suitable crops that could be cultivated under the challenging conditions oft he stony soil. We stumbled across the specialized crops, the highest quality harvests of which are processed and marketed by Eusebio today. Eusebio was the first company in Austria to grow and process large commercial quantities of organic millet, buckwheat, and lentils. Currently, we are successfully experimenting with cultivating exotic cultures such as Chia and pseudocereals.