Traditional "Russian" Sausage is Now Produced in Stuttgart
06.07.2009 — News
THE KURGAN OBLAST.
A Russian producer entered saturated German market of meat products. The Kurgan meat processing combine Veles opened a new plant in a Stuttgart suburb in the end of June 2009.
The shop of a hereditary butcher Zimmerman is planning to produce about 500 kilos of produce daily. The company informed RusBusinessNews that Germans will be able to by traditional for Russia slicing sausages - "Russkaya", "Doktorskaya", "Krakowksaya", milk sausages as well as oven roast ham and carbonade.
The owner of the butcher shop is sure that Veles has a good chance to get a foothold in the German market. Butcher shop managers in Stuttgart, having tasted the sausages at a tasting, are ready to offer them in their shops. They say that emigrants from Russia miss the usual and familiar "Doktorskaya" slicing sausage and the milk sausages.
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