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Beerenberg Farm is an Australian producer of jams, condiments, sauces and dressings, located in Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. The company premises are a tourist attraction on the state's food-and-wine trail,〔(Hahndorf - South Australia ), ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 8 February 2004.〕 and has gained an international reputation due to the use of its portion-sized products in Australian and international airlines and hotels.
The original farm was founded in 1839 by German migrant Johann Paech, as a dairy farm. When the farm was inherited by descendent Grant Paech and his wife Carol in 1969, they sold the dairy cows and renamed the farm "Beerenberg".
Originally selling home-made jams from a roadside stall, the company introduced a single portion jar that which resulted in them being awarded several major airline contracts.
Anthony Paech, the current managing director, represents the sixth generation of the family still on the same farm while brother Robert Paech is Farm Manager and sister Sally Paech is Marketing Manager. The company operates in a deliberate way as a multi-generational family business, with a formal constitution and a family council to help run the business.
Beerenberg's has received a South Australian Premier's Food Award for its contribution to horticulture and the food industry.〔(Past Winners of the Premier's Food Awards ), Government of South Australia.〕
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