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Since 1961, the name Ristic has stood for innovation.

Finest Shrimps from South and Central America

  (GERMANY, 1/26/2016)

Innovative ideas have been a trademark feature of Ristic’s business for nearly five decades. The portfolio of products that Ristic markets today ranges from uncooked seafood right through to ready meals.

The sustainable catching of wild seafood has been and still is just as important to the company as its organic shrimp farming, which is certified in accordance with Naturland guidelines. By following this philosophy, Ristic has successfully developed from being a simple importer of the most delicious seafood into a global player specialising in seafood.  

The export of shrimps is an important branch of industry in Latin America, particularly Coast Rica.

The past ten years at Ristic have been characterised primarily by the company’s commitment to socio-environmental issues and innovation.

Thanks to Ristic's investment in Costa Rica, the company is now able to offer certified organic shrimps from its own aquacultures to the market. These are free from antibiotics and food additives. Innovative products are also a focus at Ristic. One particularly important development of the past few years has been the Gourmet range, with products ranging from tasty prawn skewers to high-quality ready meals. Since 2010, Ristic's organic shrimps from Costa Rica are certified with the EU organic farming logo. Therefore, it fulfils the strict European Union standards.

Ristic's finest shrimps come from species-friendly, organic aquacultures in South and Central America. They are reared on organic food, without the use of antibiotics or chemicals.

Modern production plants, efficient packaging lines and a state-of-the-art packaging centre guarantee that Ristic's products can be manufactured reliably and quickly. All working processes are organised in accordance with the company's modern quality management procedure to ensure the best possible seafood quality.

The company’s exceptional product range transforms seafood into extremely popular dishes. Whether plain, with pasta or as a shrimp cocktail – shrimps from Ristic are always a delicacy.

Since 1991, Ristic AG has had a production unit for processing warm-water shrimps at its headquarters near Nuremberg, which is the only one of its kind in Germany. It processes around 6,500 tonnes of shrimps a year according to customer requirements. Similar to this subsidiary company, Prime Catch Seafood GmbH in Oberferrieden, Rainbow Export Processing SA in Puntarenas, Costa Rica, is also now part of the Group’s international portfolio. This production plant for processing shrimps serves to improve standards, hygiene and product quality on location in the country where the shrimps are actually caught. Its production unit for selection, processing and deep-freezing was planned in accordance with European guidelines and began operating in 2006.

Ristic's barbecue shrimp.

At the company headquarters, cutting-edge technology ensures that shrimps are processed in an optimal way. The grill line with gas burners that went into operation in 2011, for example, gives products an authentic grilled taste. The shrimps are cooked sparingly, ensuring they remain crisp and juicy. This has enabled Ristic to expand its convenience range as grill products are ready to eat straight after the production process and offer a superb authentic grilled taste after thawing. Altogether, up to 700 kilograms of seafood can be processed an hour.

In order to ensure optimal longevity of the products and guarantee that the sensitive packaging remains intact on its long journey to the customer, Ristic has set up an additional packaging facility. This highly flexible facility enables the company to produce individual and eye-catching packaging according to requirements and without changeover times. The 3-D technique used in Ristic's packaging inspires customers when choosing products in the supermarket and whets their appetite because they can see the product through the packaging. This not only differentiates the products from the competition, but also creates transparency and safety for the consumer.

With versatile product creations, Ristic reacts to the changing wishes of consumers and takes advantage of new opportunities on the market, both for itself and the industry.

The expanded refrigerated warehouse with a capacity of approximately 5,500 palette spaces and the company's own in-house laboratory makes Ristic a strong partner in the sensitive process of producing and marketing seafood.

Over the past few decades, Ristic has built up a cleverly thought-out logistic system that enables to seamlessly monitor the flow of materials and goods from the beginning to the end: starting with the seafood suppliers all around the world and Ristic's own production stages to the delivery of the great variety of refined products to the customer.

Thanks to its ultra-modern high-bay warehouse, international transport partners and its own logistic management system, Ristic can guarantee reliable delivery of products to its customers.

In order to guarantee the quality of its products, Ristic AG developed a ‘reorientation of shrimp procurement’ concept back in 2003. This involves the extension and expansion of production countries to South and Central America. The aim is to merge the catching, breeding, production and sales aspects of its business.

About Ristic

Since 1961, the name Ristic has stood for innovation.

Ristic's products portfolio ranges from uncooked seafood right through to ready meals.

At a time when shrimps were still regarded by many consumers as an exotic speciality, Ristic began to bring the tastiest seafood from far-away countries to people’s dinner tables.

Ristic supplies retailers and the processing industry with seafood in many different packaging forms – from large containers down to small bags or cardboard boxes with a superb design and high-quality print for branded goods.

The company does not supply the gastronomic industry directly, but it is listed as a wholesaler under its brand name Piratic, which is much in demand with the industry. Flat structures gives Ristic the necessary flexibility to react to changing consumer wishes.

Ristic AG supplies products to most European countries. Thirty per cent of the company’s turnover is achieved in international markets.

Source: Ristic AG

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