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Paraguay: Mision Guarani

The Mision Guaraní project is about training leaders in the village community, sustainable agriculture, simple entrepreneurship, food production, school education and the provision of teaching…

ERBER Group on the future of food industry

ERBER Group, the international market leader in food and feed safety, on the topic of “safe food for the future”.

ERBER Group receives BEST RECRUITERS 2018/19 award for D-A-CH region

ERBER Group ranked 20th out of 1,311 companies tested

ERBER Group publishes its second sustainability report

The family-owned, globally-leading Austrian group of companies focuses on its global sustainability activities once again

Ecuador: Care for our common home

CSR ERBER Group is supporting an ecology project in Ecuador in cooperation with MENSCHEN FÜR ANDERE. With a total area of 5.5 million square kilometres, the Amazon region is not only a "green lung" or…

Eva Maria Binder appointed Director of Executive Board at ERBER AG

Eva Maria Binder became a new member of the Executive Board of ERBER AG on May 1, 2019. She is responsible for both Research & Development as well as innovation at ERBER Group worldwide.

ERBER Group again among the top 300 employers in Austria

For the third time in a row, the ERBER Group was selected among the best 300 employers in Austria.

First Economic and Investment Forum Singapore-Austria

On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, the “First Economic and Investment Forum Singapore-Austria”, organized by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) with the support of ERBER Group took place in…

BIOMIN Announces Opening of Christian Doppler Laboratory for Innovative Intestinal Health Concepts in Livestock

Global animal nutrition firm BIOMIN has announced the official opening of a new research lab to sustainably strengthen and improve the gut health of livestock in cooperation with the University of…

Afghanistan: Reconstructing through Education

Since 2018 CSR ERBER Group is supporting the work of Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in Afghanistan. The main target are vulnerable youth, especially female and disadvantaged children in Kabul.
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