Knorr’s range includes soups, bouillon cubes and stock pots, meal makers, sauces, seasonings and snacks that are designed to bring flavour to dishes using short cuts that people feel good about.
In 1838, Carl Heinrich Knorr moved to the German city of Heilbronn where he opened a factory and experimented with food drying techniques in order to preserve and guarantee quality, flavour and freshness.
Over time, Knorr has built on Carl Heinrich Knorr’s legacy of innovation from stock cubes in 1910 to stock pots and bake-in-bags in the 21st century. Today, Knorr still defines itself by those same high standards of quality, flavour and freshness.
This passion for food lies at the heart of Knorr – and it’s the reason why Knorr is one of the world’s largest food brands sold in more than 87 countries around the world.
A team of chefs based at Knorr’s headquarters in Heilbronn help to come up with Knorr’s culinary creations, with good food, convenience and innovation at the top of the agenda. Our chefs represent over 48 nationalities and we are one of the biggest employers of professional chefs worldwide.
We are committed to a sustainable future through sourcing agricultural ingredients responsibly and building sustainable practices. As part of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, Knorr has committed to source 100% of our agricultural ingredients sustainably by 2020.
The unique Knorr Stock Pot bouillon uses patented jelly technology. It looks natural, smells delicious, melts naturally into dishes and has a rich, authentic taste.
Our Knorr soups help millions of people enjoy healthy, convenient meals too. Soup can help you increase your daily consumption of vegetables and our research studies show that people who eat more soup tend to have a lower Body Mass Index, a lower fat intake and better cholesterol values.