How Bündnerfleisch is made
Articles de presse
Almost another ton of CO2 less - per day!
Every year, the "Minergy"-certified building, the latest generation equipment and the systematic energy plan save about 500 tons of CO2 in Landquart, in the Canton of Grisons in eastern Switzerland. In addition, with the rebuilding of the Churwalden production facility, the CO2 emissions were cut by another 320 tons annually. More about this here.
Heat pumps with natural refrigerants are a energy-efficient technology of the future.
Article about the use of heat pumps in our new buidling in Landquart, Switzerland. Published in the journal FleischMagazin 4/2012.
Download Article (german): fleischmagazin_0412.pdf
Building report on the new Grischuna production building in Landquart
Published in the construction trade journal "Bauen Heute, Fachjournal für zeitgenössisches Bauen", 4/2011, April 2011, p. 62ff.
Download report (in German): Baureportage.pdf
Press kit for the Minergie event
of 21 October 2010
Download documents: Presse2010.zip
2010 video of the construction site of our new building in Landquart – the first Minergie building in the meat industry!
Legendary speech of former Federal Councillor Hans-Rudolf Merz in front of the Swiss Parliament about a new law listing concerning dried meat, September 2010.
It's all thanks to Bündnerfleisch!
“Sometimes pioneering discoveries are just a coincidence (example: penicillin) or they are based on very ordinary things. This was also the case in relation to heliotherapy in surgical tuberculosis.
It was an aha experience in the truest sense of the word which gave Oscar Bernhard the idea of sunlight therapy.”
The science journalist Heini Hofmann describes the connection between the discovery of heliotherapy (sunlight therapy) and the traditional method of air-drying meat in the sun to make it keep well.
Download text (in German): Heliotherapie.pdf
With our best thanks to Heini Hofmann
Author of “Gesundheitsmythos St. Moritz”
(The Health Legend of St. Moritz)
Publisher: Montabella Verlag, St. Moritz