Staatl. Fachingen has been part of Sinalco Germany since 2011. With the aim of expanding the company’s export business, marketing outside of Germany has now been taken over by Sinalco International Brands.
“Staatl. Fachingen is Germany’s number one health and medicinal water and we are very happy to have it in our product portfolio,” explains Mongi Goundi, CEO of Sinalco International Brands. “Our long experience of marketing German drinks brands internationally should benefit both sides in the long-term.”
The company was founded in Fachingen on the River Lahn in south-western Germany in 1742. Germany’s best-known poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, was an enthusiastic drinker of Staatl. Fachingen and praised its soothing and revitalising effects.
Staatl. Fachingen is not only unique in taste and effect, it also comes in a distinctive and innovative bottle. The multi-faceted bottle and tasteful label make it clear that this is no ordinary mineral water.
The finely sparkling water from Fachingen’s famous springs is available in some of the world’s finest hotels and restaurants. It can be served at any occasion, and there is a great deal of room for growth both in the catering trade and the retail market. This premium health water contains a unique combination of minerals. As well as other essential minerals, Staatl. Fachingen contains a particularly high level of bicarbonate (HCO3-).
Bicarbonate helps the body to achieve a healthy acid-alkaline balance, and gives quick relief from against indigestion. This is why the term bicarbonate-plus is often used in connection with Staatl. Fachingen. Staatl. Fachingen is even suitable for pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers. It is completely natural and there are no side-effects. Bicarbonate also helps to delay acid build-up in muscles and thus aids performance. So Staatl. Fachingen is ideal for anyone doing sport, and should be drunk anywhere where a strong performance and good taste are required.
Finally, wine enthusiasts should keep a bottle or two of with Staatl. Fachingen in their fridges. The minerals in the water neutralise the acids in wine, helping the full flavor of the wine to develop.