Original. Traditions. Rich.

STAUD’S secret? There isn’t one.

We don’t want to keep anything secret: Pure pleasure as matter of course, highest level of quality as the highest creed – STAUD'S sweet and sour delicacies impress with nothing other than their taste.

STAUD'S connects skilful tradition and modernism. The hand-picked fruit and vegetable varieties always correspond to the strictest purity requirement and satisfy thorough quality controls. They are processed using the latest technology with the objective of getting the best out of nature.

Nothing needs to be added to the truth.

Staud's Logo

Austrian. Family. Saga.

Founded in 1883 in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy as a fruit and vegetable wholesaler, the family-owned business Johann Staud has been in the same place since then: in the middle of the present day, tradition-steeped Viennese Brunnenmarkt.

Knowledge, intuition and passion for the craft and interaction with nature were passed on from generation to generation. Coupled with ambition, an innovative wealth of ideas and business skill, the past values still bear fruit today.

When Hans Staud took over his father’s business in 1971, the location and production of the owner-managed company was transferred to Hubergasse in Vienna Ottakring, in order to specialise in the processing of fruits and vegetables. What started with apricot compote and gherkins, developed into a success story with more than 200 varieties of sweet and sour delicacies.

The business in Brunnenmarkt, which was lovingly managed by “Mama” (Johanna) Staud for almost six decades, is now known as “STAUD'S Pavillon” among enthusiasts from Austria and abroad.

 

The people.
The engine. In the background.

Management

Hans Staud
Hans Staud
Stefan Schauer
Stefan Schauer
Jürgen Hagenauer
Jürgen Hagenauer

Back Office

Viktoria Aspek
Viktoria Aspek
Dagmar Fleischmann
Dagmar Fleischmann
Yvonne Hollendonner
Yvonne Hollendonner
Qualitätsmanagement
hollendonner(at)stauds.com
Jessica Kitzinger
Jessica Kitzinger
Daniela Leidenfrost
Daniela Leidenfrost
Veronika Sadlonova
Veronika Sadlonova
Sales & Export
sadlonova(at)stauds.com
Maria Weissenbacher
Maria Weissenbacher
Malgorzata Wyporek
Malgorzata Wyporek

STAUD'S Pavillon

Katarzyna Szalasny
Katarzyna Szalasny
Martina Himmler
Martina Himmler
Lukas Indra
Lukas Indra
Christopher Kristen
Christopher Kristen

Production employees

Sonam Arora
Sonam Arora
Zofia Bieniek-Bochnia
Zofia Bieniek-Bochnia
Parveen Dutt
Parveen Dutt
Nevenka Gracanin
Nevenka Gracanin
Thi Roi Hoang
Thi Roi Hoang
Minh Hang Jahodinsky
Minh Hang Jahodinsky
Amra Jankovic
Amra Jankovic
Kieu Diem Le
Kieu Diem Le
Thuy Le Thanh
Thuy Le Thanh
Radmilla Milosevic
Radmilla Milosevic
Vesna Misic
Vesna Misic
Muoi Thi Pham
Muoi Thi Pham
Raman Singh
Raman Singh
Velisa Stojimirovic
Velisa Stojimirovic
Zorica Stojimirovic
Zorica Stojimirovic
Dragica Stokic
Dragica Stokic
Mica Tanackovic
Mica Tanackovic
Adrian Tebel
Adrian Tebel
Leszek Tebel
Leszek Tebel
Florence Zavlak
Florence Zavlak
Pawel Ziolkowski
Pawel Ziolkowski

Logistics and storage

Bojan Majstorovic
Bojan Majstorovic
Dejan Nikolic
Dejan Nikolic
Mirko Nikolic
Mirko Nikolic
Yusuke Watanabe
Yusuke Watanabe
 

Collaborations.
Successful. Benefits.

Vegetables. From. Experts.

The products of the brand “Gurkenprinz Burgenland” provide us with sweet and sour greetings on a daily basis directly at our kitchen table from the fields of Austrian farmers. With the takeover of Südobst Obst- und Gemüseveredelungs GmbH in 1995 located in Stegersbach by Hans Staud, a collaboration which has born fruit since its beginning began. Or rather vegetables, since the business is specialised in the production of fine, preserved vegetable delicacies. Long-standing collaborations with agricultural partners as well as quick processing of raw materials ensure the high quality of products. The preservation of regional agricultural structures is also ensured. The result is a special pleasure experience, thanks to the finest handicraft and traditional, sweet and sour seasoning recipes.

http://www.gurkenprinz.at

 

Fruity. Wine. Selected.

When two indulgence experts make a jam, the result is most likely a gourmet product of the highest quality. This is what happened at the start of the new millennium, when the king of jam Hans Staud and sweet wine master Alois Kracher created their wine jelly on the basis of three different Beerenauslesen of the year 1999. The tie between the companies STAUD’S and KRACHER still exists to this day. Then as now, the products are the perfect accompaniment to game, pastries and cheese and receive top marks in their own right. The 6 select varieties were also refined externally in 2015. They are presented in the typical octagonal jar with a black lid and a new black label.

www.kracher.at

 

More. Breakfast. Value.

Partnerships that enrich both sides. Collaborations that reflect the high value and sincerity of products. Everything began with Nestroy in 2001, when Hans Staud wanted to create a memorial of the great Austrian playwright on his 200th birthday. That was how the STAUD’S jam version of a “Homage to Johann Nepomuk Nestroy” in collaboration with Vienna tourism came about; with it, a small piece of Viennese culture was brought out into the world, in addition to the indulgence factor. Namely on the lid of the typical octagonal jam jar. There were collaborations with Vienna’s largest museums, such as the Art History and Natural History Museum, the Albertina and the Belvedere, an art nouveau collection on the occasion of the Klimt jubilee 2012 as well as a special addition for the 150-year jubilee of Ringstraße in Vienna.

In addition to endeavours to promote Austrian art and culture and make them known internationally, the artistic STAUD’S lids are also added value for the eyes and their own cultural standard, as well as every breakfast table.

www.wien-tourismus.at

 

Collaborations in chronological order: 

  • 2001: “Homage to Johann Nepomuk Nestroy” with 20 scenic presentations and quotations of the Austrian playwright
  • 2004: “Kunst & Genuss” / “Arts & Delights” with 25 visuals of artworks from the five largest museums in Vienna
  • 2007: “Musik & Genuss” / “Music & Delights” with 43 visuals of famous Viennese structures, musical instruments, composers and sets of famous operas.
  • 2011: “Jugendstil & Genuss” / “Art Nouveau & Delights” with 47 visuals of famous Viennese art nouveau artworks, designs and pieces of architecture.
  • 2015: “Wiener Ringstraße & Genuss” / “Viennese Ringstraße & Delights” with 57 visuals of the magnificent of Vienna’s magnificent boulevard and its classy inner workings. 
Augarten Geschenkset

Viennese. Traditions. Craft.

Tradition and innovation, top quality and perfection – the Viennese porcelain manufacturer Augarten has been devoted to the great artistry of the craft since its foundation in 1718. This is reflected in every single piece that is produced and painted by hand in the heart of Vienna. The connection to STAUD’S is clear, since the art of making jam and vegetable processing is a craft that must be mastered. The tradition-steeped Viennese connection has already borne fruit, in the form of 7 lid motifs or the artistic Augarten gift boxes in which STAUD’S sweet classics meet the finest Augarten porcelain. Successful example: the Augarten doughnut or the Kaiser roll in the set with delicious STAUD’S jam. 

www.augarten.com

 

Products. From. Vienna.

Carefully created. Mindfully made. Founded by the Chamber of Commerce of Vienna in 1995, the organisation supports Viennese products of select Viennese companies and culture institutes in their export activities. The companies represent products and services that correspond to the highest quality criteria and manufacturing standards, and capture the unique flair and special aesthetics of Vienna. STAUD’S has been a member of and a company of the “Delikatessen” group since 2004.

www.wienproducts.at