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Bertrams Fruit Juices

Since 1952, the family business Bertrams from the Lower Rhine region has stood for high-quality fruit enjoyment, which is deliberately only bottled in returnable and non-returnable glass bottles.

The beginning of our success story starts with the intention of two brothers to make a virtue out of necessity. So that the apples on their parents' farm would not spoil, the brothers Ernst and Paul Bertrams decided to press them into juice.

In 1989 Ernst Bertrams' son Wilfried Bertrams took over the company in the second generation. He developed it into a modern bottling plant and built up the export business. The geographical proximity to the Netherlands, Belgium and France was an important logistical advantage.

In the third generation, Wilfried Bertrams' daughter Elisabeth Bertrams took over the management oft he business in 2018.

Quality, enjoyment and sustainability - this is what we stand for at Bertrams Fruit Juices and we are proud that our products enjoy great regional popularity and are carried to many countries around the world.


Anhovener Str. 22-26,
D-41844 Wegberg (Rath-Anhoven)

Year of foundation:

Company management:
In third generation / Elisabeth Bertrams

26 in production and administration

48 million glass bottles in  returnable and non-returnable bottles

1975 - first DLG certification (from the German Agricultural Society)
1976 - first certification SGF - protective association of the German fruit juice industry
1995 - first DIN EN ISO 9002 certification
1998 - introduction of HACCP
1998 - first certification LACON (organic production)
2004 - conversion to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000
2010 - International Food Standard - IFS
2012 - International Food Standard - IFS
2013 - International Food Standard - IFS
2014 - International Food Standard - IFS
2015 - International Food Standard - IFS
2016 - International Food Standard - IFS
2017 - International Food Standard - IFS
2018 - International Food Standard - IFS
2019 - International Food Standard - IFS


Sales markets:
55% abroad (catering, gastronomy, general importers)
45% domestic (beverage trade, gastronomy, convenience food)

Exporting countries:
Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom