Salomon Spitz founds a trading
company for spirits in Linz.
Spitz acquires the Attnang-Puchheim production facility.
The company begins to rebuild after the difficult years during the war. Walter Scherb I manages the locations on behalf of the owner, Viktor Spitz.
Walter Scherb I purchases the company and develops an extensive product portfolio, opening up the entire Austrian market.
Step-by-step expansion of the product palette to include jams, mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup and baked goods.
Spitz once again expands the product range to include carbonated soft drinks.
Spitz brings its own energy drink to the market
Spitz Bio-Wärme supplies the production location with sustainable and environmentally friendly local heat and energy.
Spitz establishes PET to PET Recycling Österreich GmbH, which enables ecological recycling of PET bottles.
Spitz acquires the majority stake in Gasteiner mineral water.
Spitz takes over the Lower Austrian confectionery manufacturer Auer-Blaschke.
Spitz acquires the honey manufacturer Honigmayr from Salzburg.
Alpine Brands is founded as a subsidiary of Spitz.