Bottles of Maggi condiment from 1886 to 2011

The Maggi condiment over the years. The dark bottle with the red and gold design remains unique until today.
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125 years of Maggi in Germany

Black-and-white photograph of Julius Maggi

Founder Julius Maggi started out by selling powdered legumes.
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Experiments in taste and public appeal

Black-and-white photograph of women workers at Maggi

At the Maggi factory in Singen in 1910, women workers are packaging the popular Maggi condiment.
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Maggi advertising sign.

Julius Maggi realised it was possible to create a strong brand identity using targeted advertising. Advertising sign around 1920.
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Tastes good and looks good

Product picture of a Maggi "Guten Appetit" soup.

To celebrate the anniversary, some soups appear in new packaging.
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Extrusion system PowerCast XL by SML

The PowerCast XL is a high performance system for the manufacture of stretch films (Image: SML)

A delivery van showing many different parcels with different labels stacked inside.

The number of online orders and delivered packages is growing every year, all over the world. (Image: Claudio Schwarz / Unsplash)