"using nature to create" – this guiding principle characterises the corporate philosophy of the Emsland Group. In harmony with nature, the raw materials obtained are processed to innovative and future-oriented quality products. The most important raw material is the potato, its starch being the basis for the success of the group.

With its individual and creative range of products, know-how and customer-oriented service, the Emsland Group has established itself in the market and is not only Germany's largest producer of potato starch, but also the world's leader in the manufacture of refined starch, proteins, fibres, potato flakes and potato granulates.

For many years alternative raw materials such as peas and beans have also enriched processing. On the basis of these, new starch, protein and fibre products are being created to exploit new markets.


Live-Webinar presented successfully

There has been a very positive feedback of the latest Emsland Group Webinar about ‚Clean Label - Trends and Solutions', which was held in the beginning of March by Mr. Henk Jaap Meijer.              >> read on

Emsland Newsletter February 2014

Following please find our latest digital Newsletter downloadable.  >> read on

Emsland Group represented by Mecklenburger Kartoffelveredlung at this year's Gulfood

The Gulfood exhibition in Dubai already takes place 19th times a row, and this year the Emsland Group will be represented by its fully-owned subsidiary Mecklenburger Kartoffelveredlung, located in Hagenow.  >> read on

Emsland Group Webinar: Clean Label - Trends and Solutions

Emsland Group and Business Review Webinars would like to personally invite you to the following webinar: Clean Label - Trends and Solutions.  >> read on

Germany's first straw-fired heating plant in commission soon

Germany's first straw-fired heating plant will soon be commissioned in Emlichheim. Burning approximately 60,000 metric tons of straw per year, it will supply heat to Emsland-Stärke GmbH, public facilities and private households as well.  >> read on

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