For more than 3,000 years, the Tyrol Grey breed of cattle has been grazing the slopes of the beautiful Tyrolean Alps. It is a dual-purpose breed known for its very good milk and beef performance and is a symbol of sustainable mountain agriculture.
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The milk is of excellent quality and is used either for direct consumption or for processing into high-quality products, mainly cheese, butter and yogurt.
Therese Fiegl came up with an idea for a less common way to use the milk of the Tyrol Grey: milk chocolate. More than 200,000 eagerly sought-after bars of chocolate are now being produced annually and are quickly selling out via tiroleredle.at and in well-stocked retailers in Germany and Austria.
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“The stability, the brightness of the colours, and the reliability of the quality of the paperboard. But also – which is in line with our product – the sustainable forestry aspect and the fact that the paperboard taint and odour neutral,” she says.