Grandma is not a vegan: How a cheesecake recipe unites worlds
Isabella Cordesmeyer loves cheesecake. It reminds her of her beloved grandma. But unlike Grandma, some of her guests are vegan, cannot tolerate lactose or are allergic to gluten. She recommends two cheesecake recipes so that everyone gets a slice of the cake.
100 BayWa solutions you may not have known about
From the drought monitor to ready-to-install bathrooms: this list brings together over 100 special achievements, solutions, projects or innovations from the BayWa cosmos. It is a sign of the expertise and inventiveness of BayWa employees.
€15,000 in prize money: great opportunity for young agripreneurs
Farmers around the world have a particularly important task: food security. At BayWa, we want to stand by them as a partner. Through the BayWa Foundation, we have also been supporting predominantly young agricultural scientists in Africa since 2019.
A challenging year for agriculture: Harvest 2023
First too dry, then too wet. The harvest season marks the end of a challenging year for farmers. What about the quantity and quality of the harvest? Will there be a shortage of malting barley for Oktoberfest beer? Jörg-Simon Immerz, Chief Trading Officer of BayWa AG, shares his expertise in the matter.
A roof for raspberries & electricity for over 2,800 households
Martens van Hoof has 24,206 solar modules installed above his raspberry plantation. This would enable him to supply over 2,800 households with green electricity. What is behind Europe's largest Fruitvoltaic project and what do the raspberries get out of it? You can read about it here.
BayWa Mobility Solutions organises first Charging Night
An evening full of ideas: experts discuss the future of mobility. The evening served as an exchange and inspiration for the around 150 guests. Among other things, the pros and cons of new fuels such as electricity, hydrogen, LNG and eFuels were discussed.
Packing apples at the new state-of-the-art packing house
100 million New Zealand dollars for the future of the apple in Hawke's Bay: Thanks to the new packing house, T&G Global also wants to meet the increasing global demand for premium apples from New Zealand.
730 tonnes less CO2 with HVO100
Cefetra B.V., part of the BayWa subsidiary Cefetra Group, has switched to HVO100 - fossil-free diesel - together with logistics service provider Zijderlaan, saving 730 tonnes of CO2 emissions within the Netherlands in 2022.
"We can change a lot for the better."
Marcus Poellinger talks about sustainability in an interview. How is climate change changing BayWa's business models? The CEO of BayWa AG answers these and other important questions here.
BayWa r.e. publishes study: The Decade that Matters 2.0
The representative study explores the biggest obstacles on the way to climate targets and asks about the impact of recent crises on the expansion of renewable energies.
Agri-PV: How farmers harvest fruit and electricity at the same time
Renewable energies and agriculture can coexist - or rather exist on top of each other. Stephan Schindele, Head of Product Management Agri-PV at BayWa r.e., reveals the opportunities offered by so-called Agri-PV systems.
"Every ship we trade is needed immediately"
Jan Jaensch of BayWa Agrarhandel (BAH) looks back on a special year in grain trading and talks, among other things, about the grain corridor in the Black Sea and the role of German arable farmers.