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Welcome to Brunneby

 

Brunneby Musteri is a small family business with northern Europe's most extensive range of fine quality natural products. For more than 70 years we have processed berries and fruit on Brunneby.

The Musteri is beautifully situated right next to the Göta Canal in Östergötland. Every fall we process apples and in the summer we press a great variety of berries including strawberries, rhubarb, blackcurrant and raspberry. We prefer to buy fruit and berries from home gardens and local farmers. It simply tastes better.

 

Welcome to our lovely farm shop and take a look in the medieval church yard while you're here. Adjacent to the farm shop's is Restaurant Bettina where you can enjoy a good lunch, hold conferences or just have a good cup of coffee with homebaked cakes. Here you'll also find an interior shop with lovely home furnishing items and gifts. Read more about the restaurant at restaurangbettina.se.

 

The Farmshop is open all year round: mon-fri 10 am - 6 pm, sat 10 am - 4 pm and sun 11 am - 4 pm

Closed on Christmas eve (24/12), Christmas day (25/12), New Years day (1/1), other holidays we're open 11 am - 4 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

Our history

The year was the 1941 when the farmer Carl Gösta Kjellin had had enough of seeing the garden's lovely fruit go to waste. He wanted to take care of what nature gave. A small press was rigged up in the basement of the mansion, and this is where the first bottle of Apple Juice was made at Brunneby. The interest in refining fruit turned out to be great.

 

The company grew and soon the processing included apple, blackcurrants, strawberries, raspberries, cherries and rhubarb. The processed juice was bottled and sold under Brunneby's label. Some of the juice was sold to pharmacies to flavor medicines.

 

 

A growing company

In 1970 Carl Gösta leased out the farming to fully devote himself to the Musteri. In 1979 the company was taken over by his son and daughter, Gunnar Kjellin and Eva Golbe. They have since then run the company together. Today the Musteri has 15 full-time employees and a turnover of 40 million per year.