A new Lautaselle magazine has been published! From the summer magazine you can read e.g. the growing appreciation of domestic food and the responsibility of companies, the catering offer in Linnanmäki and getting to know the kitchen of the service house, without forgetting, of course, the drinking trends of the summer.Read more
Lautaselle magazine has published!
In this Lautaselle magazine, we are on the verge of important and interesting themes. We tell you e.g. on how the value of domestic food has risen and corporate responsibility has deepened, and we are launching our “Global Food Trends and Rising Food Phenomena 2022” report, which also shows the rise in responsibility, but also the smart robots and digital services.
In honor of the summer, we will also discuss the summer's drinking trends in restaurants, hear about Linnanmäki's dining offer and get to know the cuisine of Folkhälsan's restaurant.
Fruits and Vegetables - Weekly info (week 25)Read more
This week, the following colored cauliflowers will return to the range:
The following products have also been opened:
The harvest season for domestic salad will start next week:
These headings are closed until the following harvest:
8061765 JEPO KYPSÄ KUORELL PIKKUPERUNA 3KG
8065459 JEPO KYPSÄ KUORELL VIIPALEPERUNA 8MM 3KG
8080418 JEPO 3KG KYPSÄ KUORELLINEN PALAPERUNA
8078377 JEPO 3KG KYPSÄ KUORELLINEN PERUNA HALKAI
There are availability challenges with fresh mushrooms:
In the case of domestic carrots, the storage period ends and we turn to foreign carrots:
Product Manager Laura
Finns who love rye bread have got a new treat now that Bake Off bakery company Lantmännen Unibake has launched the Vaasan Pitkä Ruis rye portion bread to challenge wheat baguettes and paninis.Read more
Finns who love rye bread have got a new treat now that Bake Off bakery company Lantmännen Unibake has launched the Vaasan Pitkä Ruis rye portion bread to challenge wheat baguettes and paninis.
Rye bread has established its position as the most loved bread in Finland due to its delicious taste and high fiber. According to the Finnish Bread Information association Finns eat over 15 kg of rye bread in a year. Rye bread has now an opportunity to challenge wheat baguettes and paninis by offering a great Finnish rye alternative. 85% of the rye in Vaasan Pitkä Ruis is wholegrain rye and the bread is topped with poppy seeds. It is excellent as a cold sandwich or a warm panini.
The Finns eat the most rye of all nations, so the Vaasan Pitkä Ruis, which has been baked with sourdough, will surely charm the Finnish foodies. Consumers are increasingly driven by ecological factors and the origin, in addition to taste and price. Vaasan Pitkä Ruis is a Finnish choice as it is baked always with 100% Finnish rye at the Joutseno bakery in Lappeenranta.
The Rye Panini with Vaasan Pitkä Ruis Pitkä Ruis filled with rustic ham and Black Label Emmentaler cheese is at its tastiest warmed in a bread grill. Just warm until the cheese has melted!
10 pcs Vaasan Pitkä Ruis portion bread
500 g mustard mayonnaise
50 g rocket salad
600 g Black Label Emmentaler cheese slices
900 g sliced rustic ham
Spread the mayonnaise on the bread slices. Make the sandwiches and warm them in a bread grill until the cheese has melted. Serve as warm!
Read more about the product and recipes at www.lantmannenunibake.fi!
Artickle: Lantmännen Unibake
Salico is Finland's leading company in the production of pre-processed fresh vegetables and fruits. Salico, in Kiviko, Helsinki, manufactures vegetable products for retail stores, restaurants, fast food chains and the public sector. Salico's brands are SallaCarte in the HoReCa sector and Tuorekset and Greendeli in the retail stores.Read more
In Kivikko, Helsinki, Salico manufactures vegetable products for retail stores, restaurants, fast food chains and the public sector. Salico is Finland's leading company in the production of pre-processed fresh vegetables and fruits. Salico's modern production facilities are located in Kiviko, Helsinki, where certified production complies with strict quality requirements. Salico's brands are SallaCarte in the HoReCa sector and Tuorekset and Greendeli in the retail stores.
Responsibility strongly guides Salico's operations and is taken seriously by the company, as its success directly affects the company's loan interest rate. Salico's corporate responsibility strategy sets goals for food, the environment and people, and is based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. From a food perspective, the focus is on health, safety and reducing food waste. In environmental matters, the carbon footprint, the use of packaging materials and water consumption are measured. People are vital to Salico's operations and we strive to take special care of the well-being of our staff. Salico stands out because the company is truly committed to achieving its goals. The company's bank loan has recently been converted into a bond, the terms of which are based on the realization of our sustainability goals. If the targets are not met, the interest rate on the loan will rise. The indicators to be monitored are the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, the commitment to reducing emissions in accordance with climate science and the reduction of food waste.
Salico feels it is important to build its operations on a sustainable basis, economically, socially and ecologically. The factory uses a lot of water to keep the quality promise of fresh and fresh vegetables. In order to better control water consumption, the factory is equipped with non-contact automatic taps to reduce water overflow. This measure resulted in monthly savings of one million liters. In addition, heat recovery for refrigeration equipment has been introduced at the plant. The factory premises will have to be kept at a temperature of + 4- + 6 ° C all year round, which means that the investment will not require external energy to heat the property until the outdoor temperature drops below -5 ° C.
Salico aims to address food waste primarily through efficient production planning. In addition, product development aims to develop products that minimize losses. Cauliflowers and broccoli are good examples. The stems of these vegetables are nutritious, but very typically end up in debris. Salico has also been able to utilize the stem parts and use them, for example, in wok mixes or multi-purpose rice / crumbs. However, some cutting losses will have to be delivered as biowaste, which will be processed into biogas in Mäntsälä.
Salico’s processed fruit and vegetable products have many positive effects: they enhance the performance of professional kitchens, are healthy food, and follow humanity’s aspirations toward carbon neutrality.
Text by Salico
Vitario Oy has filed for bankruptcy. As a result, the Valmix products in Valio Aimo® range will no longer be available. This is immediately reflects the availability of Valmix products in our selection. We review the range and update replacement products as needed.Read more
Vitario Oy has filed for bankruptcy. As a result, the Valmix products in Valio Aimo® range will no longer be available. This is immediately reflects the availability of Valmix products in our selection. We review the range and update replacement products as needed.
VITARIO OY HAS LEFT PETITION TO DECLARE BANKRUPTCY
Vitario has gone through within last two years the worst crisis period since founded year 1993. Covid19 crisis with several major restriction periods, which started March 2020 has caused major sales drop, operational difficulties, and severe financial losses. Also, Ukraine crisis and major cost increase has significantly made our business environment more difficult.
Additionally, the challenging competition and market situation of Food Service-market has already a long time been a problem. Especially the profitability of public sector sales has been a significant problem.
Already several years lasted availability problems to recruit production personnel has turned to a chronical problem.
Because of this Vitario Oy's own capital has turned heavily negative and liquidity suffered badly.
Regardless of massive saving and restructuring activities, rationalization of operations and products and financing restructuring market recovery now during spring 2022 is not anymore enough to recover severe actualized damages.
After a long and careful consideration, the Board of Vitario Oy has decided self to leave petition to declare bankruptcy. Company left the petition May 20th, 2022 afternoon to district court. Starting Monday May23rd, 2022 will not anymore be delivered. After the bankruptcy starts the estate will do decisions of possible continuity of the business etc.
In June, we offer plenty of interesting promotional items. Take a look at the offers, make your shopping list and come to the Cash and Carry outlet.Read more
In June, we offer plenty of interesting promotional items.
Check out the offers below, make your shopping list ready and come shopping to the Cash and Carry outlets.
You can also read the campaign letter here.
As the light increases in the spring, nature comes back to life and the terrace season can begin. Now is a great time to plan a terrace season menu and surprise your guests with the delicacies of the season.Read more
Seasonal products for the terrace season are now available to order!
Now is a great time to plan a terrace season menu and surprise your guests with the delicacies of the season. Welcome summer!
Check out the delicacies of the season below:
The first Lautaselle magazine of the year has been published! You can read about Valio Aimo® for wholesale, various restaurant concepts and delicious new products, but also for the burning labor shortage in the restaurant industry and the attention paid to children in the restaurant.Read more
The first Lautaselle magazine of the year has been published!
In this Lautaselle magazine, we get to know the new Valio Aimo® wholesale, various restaurant concepts and delicious new products. The magazine also focuses on current issues, such as the burning labor shortage in the restaurant industry. We also provide tips for paying attention to children’s guests in the restaurant - hope you enjoy.
Summer Valio Aimo® Seasonal is full of summer flavors! This publication has collected all the best products of the summer season from each product group. In the seasonal publication you will find attractive ingredients and products as well as recipes and tips for using them.Read more
Summer Valio Aimo® Seasonal is full of summer flavors! This publication has collected all the best products of the summer season from each product group. In the seasonal publication you will find attractive ingredients and products as well as recipes and tips for using them.
Burger is a sure hit for the summer menu. We offer the best meat and veggie steaks, as well as mayonnaise and condiments. For example, try the Korean Kalbi burger. Or maybe another Asian favorite, Bao bun, will be on the list? Salads are also in high season. Serve with escabeche shrimp salad, Tahini ceasar or warm early potato salad. At Valio Aimo® Wholesale, you can find the fresh heat of the season, such as open-air cucumbers, salad mixes and watermelons. For grilling, we recommend trendy rubies as well as smoke-flavored bbq sauce and easy mousse ingredients for sweet treats, as well as fillings for summer baking. For summer drinks, we have a varied table setting from specialty beers to prosecco and from cranberry juice to ginger shots. Cheers for summer!
You can get acquainted with the products below, you can download and read the full brochure here. The prices mentioned in the brochure are valid for delivery and Cash and Carry from 1 May February to 31 August 2022.
Last year, Valio acquired Heinon Tukku’s wholesaling business. Now, the new wholesaling operation for food professionals is being named Valio Aimo®. As a Finnish wholesaler, our strengths are solid experience, a wide selection of products, our own production facilities and the country’s widest distribution network. Providing excellent service is everything to us.Read more
We have happy news to start off the year: Valio Aimo® wholesale is now open!
Last year, Valio acquired Heinon Tukku’s wholesaling business. Now, the new wholesaling operation for food professionals is being named Valio Aimo®. As a Finnish wholesaler, our strengths are solid experience, a wide selection of products, our own production facilities and the country’s widest distribution network. Providing excellent service is everything to us.
We want to be an excellent partner and help food businesses succeed throughout Finland. We can offer more wide-ranging partnerships to food professionals, who value quality, domestic products, in-depth understanding of customer needs and the security of supply.
We support food professionals in Finland and Finnish food culture in a more comprehensive manner. We provide new innovations, an agile approach and our significant know-how to our partners: you will have access to, for instance, our master chefs and bakers’ deep product development skills.
Valio Aimo® − your wholesaler.
Tuomas Sorri, SVP
Valio acquired Heinon Tukku in summer 2021. With the acquisition Heinon Tukku to merge with Valio. Starting from 1.2.2022 all agreement with Heinon Tukku will be transformed to Valio Oy.Read more
Valio acquired Heinon Tukku in summer 2021. With the acquisition, we began to plan the long-term company structure for Valio and Heinon Tukku. As a result, Heinon Tukku Oy as a company will be dissolved and its current functions integrated into two companies, Valio Oy and Valio’s fully-owned subsidiary, Valionova tukku- ja logistiikkapalvelut Oy.
Your agreement with Heinon Tukku will be transferred to Valio Oy once this change takes place. Valio will take over all the contractual obligations.
Changes on 1 February 2022
Business ID and accounts
Valio Oy, 0116297-6
Bank account as before
IBAN FI47 8000 1400 1086 85
Regarding invoice content matters, you may contact email@example.com from 1 February onwards.
Questions regarding payment and payment terms: Send your message through www.intrum.fi/maksuvalvonta or contact Intrum customer service at tel. +358 9 2291 1790 (weekdays 7:30-20:00, Saturdays 9:00-16:00).
Goods shipped on 31 January 2022 or before are to be invoiced to Heinon Tukku Oy using current contact information.
Satu Ruohonen, VP Sales