The story of "Wilhelm Mestemacher Pumpernickelfabrik" began in 1871 as a town bakery in the street Eickhoffstr. 2 (formerly Bahnhofstr. 497). The master shoemaker Johann Heinrich Mestemacher established a bakery there for his 20 year-old son and master baker Wilhelm. After the primary school, Wilhelm Mestemacher attended high school for some years and then started his vocational training at his father´s request.The family enterprise Mestemacher specialised in the transport and dispatch of the pre-cut pumpernickel. The delivery over far distances was made possible by the development of a method of pasteurisation for bread in cans.Mestemacher is actively involved in conservancy. As the first producer of packaged whole meal breads of controlled organic agriculture, we have been promoting the growth and existence of organically cultivating agriculturists for more than 14 years. Since the first production in our Gütersloh manufacturing facility with our own large mill, we have developed delicate flavours each year. Safeguarding the natural environment is vital and Mestemacher takes great pride in actively promoting the ecology and protecting nature.
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