Altia Industrial is presenting its natural, barley-based food ingredients in international food ingredients fair, Fi Europe in Frankfurt. Fi Europe is a leading gathering of food and beverage professionals.
After its annual inspection, the National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health (Valvira), which supervises the licenses for organic alcohol production, has extended the license of Altia’s Koskenkorva distillery to produce organic grain spirit. Organic grain spirit has been successfully produced at the Koskenkorva plant since 2014.
You don’t have to travel too far from home to find undiscovered and thrilling flavor combinations. This year’s annual BLOSSA (2016) glögg has been inspired by the wild primeval forests of northern Sweden. Ancient and mystical and almost on our doorstep.
Altia has selected the advertising agency Bob the Robot to develop the international marketing of Koskenkorva Vodka.
Altia has received a permit for bottling Fairtrade wines at its Rajamäki plant.
The cocktail boom gripping Europe is taking Christmas traditions in new directions.
Industry's preventation campaigns in Denmark have succeeded in changing the way youngsters think about drinking habits.
Rajamäki water is so clean that it is not necessary to use any type of chemical or physical cleansing procedure with the water used in the production of alcoholic beverages.
The new white Blossa Frisk is a fresh and less sweet glögg with 2,2% alcohol.
The annual Blossa has been inspired by the purple fields of Provence and flavored with sun-dried lavender.
Popularity of wine and flavored glöggs in Finland is growing rapidly. We're talking about a growth of tens of thousands of liters each year.
Altia's Mikä Viini! Wine tasting event turns 12 year this autumn. During the past decade, the event has become one of the leading annual wine events in Finland. This year Altia is again expecting record-breaking visitor statistics.