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Podravka d.d.
Type Public
Traded as ZSEPODR
Industry Food and beverages
Founded 1934
Founders Marijan & Matija Wolf
Headquarters Koprivnica, Croatia
Area served Worldwide
Key people

Zvonimir Mršić, President of the Management Board[1]

Dubravko Štimac, President of the Supervisory Board[2]
Products food seasoning, soups, ready-to-serve meals, half-ready meals, vegetables, meat products, canned fish, sauces, tomato products, baby food, breakfast cereal, sweet products, ice-cream, bakery products, mill products, frozen products, side dishes, beverages, fresh meat.
Revenue Increase 2,689.6 HRK (465.8 US$) million in the first nine months of 2008 [3]
Operating income Increase HRK 116.9 million (USD 20.2 million) (Q1–Q3 2008)
Net income Increase HRK 51.2 million (USD 8.8 million) (Q1–Q3 2008)
Employees 6,831 (2008)
Website podravka.hr

Podravka is a food company based in Koprivnica, Croatia. It produces the rather well-known product Vegeta, amongst thousands of other products in its diverse catalogue.


Podravka brands:

  • Vegeta and Warzywko - original condiment
  • Studena and Studenac - bottled water
  • Eva - sardines
  • Tallianetta - pasta meals
  • Vital Fini-Mini - small soups
  • Fant - half ready-to-serve meals
  • Belsad - marmelades and james
  • Sms - oils
  • Provita - cereals
  • Čokolino and Lino - food for small children
  • Čokolešnik and Čoko - food for small children
  • Dolcela - cremes
  • Lero - juices
  • Kviki - salted snacks

Podravka is also known for its various pickled vegetables and Ajvar relish.


Vegeta: Podravka's best known product, a condiment

Podravka's origins are traced to the 1934 family business for fruit processing of the Wolf brothers in Koprivnica which was nationalised in 1947.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Management - Podravka". Retrieved 2010-03-31. 
  2. ^ "Supervisory Board - Podravka". Retrieved 2010-03-31. 
  3. ^ Podravka Group. "Podravka Group business results for the period January – September 2008". Retrieved 2008-10-27. 

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