Emmi Roth produces the world’s greatest cheeses. From our plant floors to our corporate office, the Emmi Roth team is proud of the brands we make, the farmers we support and the people who enjoy our cheeses across the country. We’re looking for energetic, hard-working people to join our team to help make and sell the cheese we’re proud to make everyday. Emmi Roth is a subsidiary of Switzerland-based Emmi Group. Our expansive portfolio displays a unique marriage of cheeses from two different worlds with very similar traditions and local values – from handcrafted award-winning Roth cheeses from Wisconsin to Emmi’s full range of traditional varieties imported from Switzerland. Wisconsin brands include Roth and Kindred Creamery. Specialty cheeses imported from Switzerland feature Emmi, Kaltbach, Der scharfe Maxx, and more.
ABOUT EMMI SWITZERLAND
Emmi is the largest Swiss milk processor and one of the most innovative premium dairies in Europe. In Switzerland, the company focuses on the development, production and marketing of a full range of dairy and fresh products as well as the production, ageing and trade of primarily Swiss cheeses. Outside Switzerland, Emmi concentrates on brand concepts and specialities in established European and North American markets, and increasingly in emerging markets outside of Europe. The primary focus in fresh products is on lifestyle, convenience and health products. In the cheese business, Emmi positions itself as the leading company worldwide for Swiss cheese. Emmi’s clients are the retail trade, the hospitality and food service sector and the food industry.
In Switzerland, the Emmi Group includes around 25 production sites of every size. Abroad, Emmi and its subsidiaries have a presence in 13 countries, seven of which have production facilities. Emmi exports products to around 60 countries from Switzerland.
In 2014, Emmi posted net sales of CHF 3,404 million and a net profit adjusted for extraordinary effects of CHF 109 million. In the first half of 2015, the company achieved sales of CHF 1,563 million. Adjusted net profit, this amounted to CHF 47 million. The company employs around 5,300 staff (full-time equivalents), of which 3,000 in Switzerland. – less