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Oetker Group

Dr. Oetker is a big part of a much bigger group called the Oetker Group.  Under the overall management of Dr. Oetker GmbH, the companies in the branded food business, as well as several businesses operating in the bulk consumer sector form the Food Division of the Oetker Group.

The Oetker Group, whose holding company is Dr. August Oetker KG, comprises of more than 400 companies over a diverse range of industries. With turnover of roughly 9.5 billion euros and more than 25,000 employees worldwide, the Oetker Group ranks as one of the biggest German family enterprises.



The Beer and Non-Alcoholic Beverages


The Beer and Non-Alcoholic Beverages division is steered by the Radeberger Group and holds numerous brands including Radeberger, Germany’s first beer to be brewed in the Pilsener style as well as beer specialities, such as Clausthaler and Schöfferhofer Weizen. 


They also produce Selters, one of the best-known mineral water brands.

Sparkling Wine, Wine and Spirits

Product quality

Henkell & Söhnlein Sektkellereien KG controls the Sparkling Wine, Wine and Spirits division, with brands featured in all segments of the market. The premium range is occupied by the brands Fürst von Metternich, Adam Henkell and Deinhard Lila. In the traditional segment, Henkell Trocken plays a leading role, with the mid-priced options including, amongst others, Söhnlein Brillant. Our consumer range is represented by Rüttgers Club. Furthermore, there are the regional brands, and an array of different sparkling wine specialities. Johannisberger Weingüterverwaltung has its headquarters on the world’s oldest Riesling estate, the famed Schloss Johannisberg, where the late vintage was discovered in 1775. And finally, Wodka Gorbatschow, the Vodka market leader in Germany.


Bankhaus Lampe ranks among the leading independent, owner-run private banks in Germany. The Bank focuses on providing comprehensive financial services to medium-sized corporate customers, institutional investors and discerning private clients.

Other Interests

This division brings Oetker Group companies which operate in very diverse fields together as one. It includes a chemical plant and a number of top-ranking hotels as well as the group’s publishing arm, Dr. Oetker Verlag.