They have ambassadors and advisers and what-not,but do they actually have any employees working full time to produce, and distribute the product? Or is it just a hollow shell?
I don't think so.
They probably operate like most other refreshment companies.
In Holland Coca Cola produces/bottles and cans many other drinks beside their own brand. They use their 'over' capacity to generate additional turnover.
Vrumona in Holland started out donkeys years ago bottling lemonades, followed in early 50's with a Pepsi contract, bottle and can numerous refreshments, and are now part of
the Heineken group.
The Dutch supermarket chain Albert Heijn have their own lager and pilsener beer brands.....Tesco probably has as well.
The Albert Heijn cans are marked Helvepa.......https://www.helvepa.com/en/ so the product is sold by a Dutch company but it isn't Dutch at all !!...and canned in Switzerland.
I think most brands who don't have their own local bottling and canning factories just have their 'brewmasters' or 'mixers' on site at a major bottling/canning facility,.....or
the beverage is mixed at a central factory and transported in "concentrate" .
What surprises me most about the Rich stuff, is the way they go on about the British produced cans !! Cans are actually garbage in the end. so they are transporting
fresh garbage all the way to Austria......
I bet Dieter has some production capacity in excess of requirements,,,,,,,,,,,,the cans ?
Edited by StanBarrett2, 16 April 2019 - 19:31.