We are Lithuanian bread market leaders and the largest bakery in the Baltic States
We are Lithuanian bread market leaders and the largest bakery in the Baltic States. We bake a variety of bread products, more than 80 marks, and keep delighting our customers with new ideas for bread products. In twenty-four hours we bake a quarter of a million different products!
Vilniaus Duona is the largest and oldest bakery in the country, founded in Vilnius, 1882. The first stoves heated by firewood were replaced with modern equipment, and the Vilniaus Duona became Lithuania's bread. Vilniaus Duona turnover in 2017 reached 34.3 million EUR.
During the 135 years of work, we have accumulated long-term experience, upholding the bread baking techniques of old, with authentic recipes. Still, we are not stopping, constantly investing in production modernization and products quality assurance, therefore our products are favorite and appreciated by our consumers. Our products are sold not just in Lithuania, also exported to Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Great Britain, Ireland, USA and other countries.
Vilniaus Duona is a part of Lantmännen Unibake, the leading baking company in Scandinavia and the Baltic States, affiliated to the largest Lantmännen corporate group in Northern Europe operating in industries of agriculture, machinery, energy, and food. For several decades, we have been improving our processes and systems to meet the most strict customer requirements. Lantmännen Unibake is represented by the following companies in Finland and the Baltic States
Our top priorities are product quality and safety.
For several decades, we have been improving our processes and systems to meet the most strict customer requirements.
Lantmännen Unibake is represented by the following companies in Finland and the Baltic States:
Lantmännen Unibake groups the annual turnover reaches up to € 1 billion, 6'000 employees.
Vilniaus Duona is one of earliest established industrial enterprises in Lithuania. Several generations grew up savoring our bread.
The origins of Vilniaus Duona. It was a military brickwork bakery, using the steam strength, the largest bakery in Lithuanian gubernias at the end of the XIX century.
The bakery baked 378311 poods of bread (1 pood - 16.38 kg). A decade later, the Vilnius Military Bakery was officially placed under an obligation to supply production at lower prices to the poorest townsmen and Vilnius suburbs residents.
The Vilnius Bread Company was established, including the previously mentioned and yet another one bakery, and also 15 small bakeries. The bakeries were not mechanized, usually heated by firewood. Several kinds of bread, long loaves, rolls were baked. Till 1947, the majority of work was done manually.
Ovens of the old bakery were replaced by new ones, doubling the capacity - the period of industrial production began. A decade later, baking of bread Vilniaus began, and the recipe remains unchanged.
The Vilnius Bakery Industry Association (uniting all the bakeries in Vilnius) was re-registered as a state-owned enterprise Vilniaus Duona. The name stays on to this day. In the last decade of the 20th century, the Vilniaus Duona products outspread to other regions, thus becoming the bread of Lithuania.
The company has joined the ranks of VAASAN, the leader of the North-Baltic bread market.
Vilniaus Duona successfully implemented a major restructuring project, developing a modern and efficient production line of rye and wheat bread. During the restructuring, a new bakery was constructed and launched in Vilnius, Panevėžys bakery was modernized, and three outdated, inefficient bakeries in the center of Vilnius were closed. The production and logistics restructuring allowed the necessary prerequisites for further successful company's development and manufacturing of new modern bakery products.
Vilnius Bakery situated at V. A. Graičiūnas Street reconstruction, with two new production lines launched - long loaves and sandwich bread. Production started during months of June-September, 2015.
In 2015, Vilniaus Duona joined Lantmännen, one of the largest groups of companies in Northern Europe, operating in agriculture, machinery, energy and food industries.
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