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Sustainable combination of environmental education and social work. The apprentices at the Koehler Group recently made approximately 300 liters of fresh-pressed apple juice with no added sweeteners or preservatives with apples from the company’s own meadow orchards. The young talent at Koehler will once again donate the proceeds to a nonprofit this year.
During last year’s fall, the apprentices at the Koehler Group harvested apples from the company’s own meadow orchards, after which Mostkellerei Kaspar in Oberkirch-Nussbach pressed the harvest into fresh apple juice. This organic apple juice with no added sweeteners or preservatives was then labeled and sold to Koehler employees. Head of HR Development, Training, and Occupational Health Management Stefan Grözinger had the following comment: “When it comes to training, our goal is not just to stick to the training plan, but also to impart our values concerning the environment, sustainability, and health to our apprentices. That’s an important and huge contribution to the Koehler Group’s focus on consistent sustainability.”
Michael Hattenbach, second chairperson of the “Aufschrei” organization, received the donation of around 1,000 euros, which was given by Koehler apprentices Amelie Fischer and Tim Schneider on behalf of all the apprentices at the Koehler Group together with Head of Training Stefan Grözinger.