Sundnes Brenneri

Sundnes Brenneri is a Norwegian potato processing plant and distillery located in Inderøy. It produces akvavit, potato chips, potato starch flour and mashed potatoes. The plant was started in 1844, four years before private distillation was banned. It is part of the HOFF Norske Potetindustrier agricultural cooperative.

HOFF Sundnes Brenneri
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryFood manufacturing
Founded1844[1]
HeadquartersOslo, Norway
Area served
Norway
ProductsAkvavit
Potato chips
Potato flour
Number of employees
52 (2007)
ParentHOFF Norske Potetindustrier
Websitewww.hoff.no

The akvavit production was covered by the import of caraway from Eastern Europe until 1989 when farmers in Inderøy started caraway production. Today half a square kilometer of caraway is produced in the municipality. The potato for the akvavit has always been locally produced.

The plant

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sundnes Brenneri, Inderøy | Industrimuseum - Norsk museumsnettverk for industrihistorie".