1898 & 1913
Established in Maribo as Avena. The mill in Maribo burns down and is restored in Nakskov.
The company changes its name from AVENA to OTA – Alma Rasmussen wins the competition for the new name, and receives an annuity of DKK. 200,-
The company begins the production and packaging of PAMA rice. Creamy rice pudding is the traditional Danish Christmas dessert.
The company is acquired by Quaker Oats Co. Head office, sales and administration are moved to Copenhagen.
OTA Solgryn gets a new design and name – the rolled oats that all Danish have grown up with. During years famous athletes like Michael Laudrup, have been ambassadors to healthy eating.
OTA starts producing Corn Flakes for the Danish retail and export.
1956 & 1959
OTA launches new products – Guldkorn and Havrefras.
A new product is launched: MENY chips. A potato is not just a potato. The factory turns the most common ingredient into a light, airy and crispy chip.
Managing director Ib Jenry Petersen acquires the company and names it Nakskov Mill Foods A/S.
The company is acquired by the KOFF Group and the company GaiaGrain is bought up by Nakskov Mill Foods A/S.
The plant is modernized and expanded radically. All raw material used are free from soy, nuts, egg and dairy and always GMO-free. Our gluten free products are below 20 ppm.
Nakskov Mill Foods A/S is positioned as a significant supplier of Private Label.
With new strategy focusing on niche products rather than mainstream – natural products following the current trends. Focus on certification through international accreditation – BRC and AIB.