Our current projects

Substainability is a top priority at Soletti!

We always strive to act responsibly in everything we do, be it through the quality, safety or naturalness of our products. We are concerned about the impact of our actions on the environment, about the social impact of our supply chain and especially about our raw materials that we process every day.

For this reason, we work on it every day and have already successfully implemented several projects.

Our products are “Oft Länger Gut”

Soletti is part of the " Oft Länger Gut " initiative from the social impact company Too Good To Go, in order to raise awareness about food shelf life, as products are often good and edible long after their best-before date.

What is „Oft Länger Gut“?

"Oft Länger Gut" is an add-on to the best-before date (BBD). The initiative of Too Good To Go together with food producers encourages to use the senses before food is discarded. The idea is simple: with an addition directly next to the best-before date on products, awareness is raised against the unnecessary waste of food and a simple testing method is demonstrated: look, smell, try before the food is disposed. Because: It often lasts much longer. So far, products from 40 international and domestic food brands carry this additional notice in Austria.

What does the best-before date have to do with food waste?

Worldwide, more than one third of all food is wasted. In the EU, about 10% of this waste is due to misunderstandings surrounding the best-before date: Many people dispose food after the best-before date has expired, even though it is still perfectly good. In Austria, too, every fifth person has doubts about consuming a product after the best-before date. We have to change this perception! Many products are still edible and often perfectly good weeks or months after they have passed their best-before date. Therefore, we encourage consumers to use their senses according to the motto "look, smell, taste" before disposing products. This way, less food is wasted.

For more information on the "Oft Länger Gut" initiative, visit oftlaengergut.at.

So before you throw anything away, ask yourself these 3 questions:


What does my product look like?

Look closely at the product and evaluate if it still looks edible

Does it still smell good?

Smell the product and evaluate whether it still smells fresh and as usual

How does it taste?

Taste a little of the product to evaluate if it still tastes good

If all your senses percieve the product as good, you can eat it.


Strategic sustainability topics

In 2014, ISO50001 certification was successfully introduced at the Feldbach plant and energy efficiency was increased. Ongoing surveys of the current status in the environmental area and the identification of possible savings potential enable targeted improvement measures to be implemented.

Current sustainability projects at the plant in Feldbach:

  • Residual waste optimization (carrying out a residual waste analysis, developing a new separation concept, saving residual waste).

  • Water softening plant incl. disinfection (reduction of cleaning agents, lower water consumption due to new pipes, waste water optimization)

  • Installation of a photovoltaic system to save CO2

  • Installation of electric charging stations at the plant in Feldbach

  • Data analysis for a heat recovery project

Austrian added value is capitalized and is more up-to-date and sustainable than ever!

The promise of quality and taste have always been appreciated by customers, as well as the certainty, that production and and partners are based in Austria.

However, the aspiration also means continuously researching further and orienting oneself to the current state of the art.

This includes ongoing product innovations as well as permanent research, for example, to optimize packaging or transport routes, to identify potential savings and to implement targeted improvement measures. Ongoing projects, such as the construction of a photovoltaic system (Vienna and Feldbach plants) or the installation of e-charging stations, contribute to reducing CO2 emissions and negative environmental impacts. Through further projects within the framework of the sustainability strategy, Kelly would like to become even more efficient in the future and make the greatest possible contribution to climate protection.

Sustainable and regional snacking

Our company stands for:

We encourage and demand sustainable actions from our employees and business partners and invest in the continuous greening of our two sites. By defining our sustainability strategy, we create transparency and continue to work continuously towards our goals of reducing CO2 emissions, conserving resources and reducing packaging materials, as well as using recyclable materials.

Reduction of CO2 emissions

We see our future in:

Continuing to manufacture products with the best quality while making the greatest possible contribution to climate protection and resource conservation. For this reason, we are working on the further development of expertise within the company. By defining a sustainability strategy, we also want to become even more efficient and sustainable in the future.

Contribution to climate protection

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