News Archive

Merry Christmas.

Happy holidays and all the best for 2018. 

Best Wishes from the STAUD’S team. 
Christmas time-out between 23th of decembre and 07th of january. 

In honour of Elfsechzig.

Ottakring – People and district. Communication consultant Michael Haitszinger and photographer Klaus Prokop decided to show their love for their hometown Vienna in a very special way: They created an illustrated book with impressions of the 16th district. 

The book also features some portraits of prominant inhabitants, including Hans Staud. In a personal interview he pictures his life at Brunnenmarkt.  

One advent calender for all senses.

The year is drawing to a close. But before we start into the next year with contemplation and tranquility, again we are happy to open the 24 doors of the STAUD’S advent calender. It’s a real taste – not only a culinary delight, but also a musical work as with the this year’s design we can escape into and experience the world of the Viennese Classic. 

This year again we support the project „Nikoloauszug“ which was introduced by the aid organization „Samariterbund“. The aim is to enable children with difficult social conditions to enjoy an advent weekend with St. Nicholas. Help to put a smile on their face!

Our advent calenders are now available in Austria at our pavilion on the Brunnenmarkt, Julius Meinl am Graben and Austria-wide in all INTERSPAR stores for € 35,-. 

The original Palatschinke for the Wiener Wiesn.

Anyone can make pancakes? Far from it. It all comes down to the right technik. We got to the bottom of the history of the sweet dessert and created the Original Wiener Wiesn Palatschinke filled with the finest STAUD'S apricot jam. 

From 21st September until 8th October pancake lovers can enjoy the delicacy on the traditional event Wiener Wiesn in one of Vienna's most famous city parks, the Prater. Rolled of course, not laid. And we have already pre-tasted them for you in the STAUD'S pavilion. 

>> Click here to download the recipe

>> Click here to download the pictures.

A Very Distinguished Visit.

The Hungarian composer Sylvester Levay has music in his blood, Vienna at his heart and, most of all, he loves STAUD'S on his bread. Together with his wife, he didn't miss the opportunity to visit our small factory and had the look inside. 

Last but not least, he even tried out to fill his own apricot jam with a handwritten label that came personally from Hans Staud. Also on board: our former Secretary of State and Minister Christine Marek.


Times are good for red fuits.

The farmer Manfred Dreisiebner is our expert in the area of  sour cherry and red currant. We were present at the harvest, which took place in the middle of the Southern Styrian vineyards on the mountain Schlossberg. There, the red fruits found their way into the typical octagonal jam jar of STAUD’S.