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Order OEL and recei­ve OST­MOST — this cam­pai­gn has been run­ning in our online shop for a few weeks and will con­ti­nue for as long as stocks last. But how did this com­bi­na­ti­on come about? What is “Ost­most”? To ans­wer the­se legi­ti­ma­te ques­ti­ons, we must take you by the hand and lead you to a mea­dow. An orchard mea­dow to be pre­cise. Becau­se orchards have been the most com­mon and sus­tainab­le way of gro­wing fruit in lar­ge parts of Euro­pe for cen­tu­ries. The are­as plan­ted with a wide varie­ty of fruit trees were used not only for gro­wing the fruit its­elf, but also as gra­zing are­as for catt­le bree­ding. They were, so to speak, sym­bo­lic mul­tipur­po­se are­as. They have always been far­med by hand and cared for with strict avo­id­ance of che­mi­cals, pesti­ci­des, and fertilizers. 

Orchards offer excel­lent havens and nes­ting sites and are the­re­fo­re home to up to 5000 dif­fe­rent spe­ci­es of insects and birds. This is due to the rich nut­ri­tio­nal sup­ply offe­red by the count­less varie­ties of fruits and flowers. With their bio­to­pic cha­rac­te­ris­tics, orchards are con­si­de­red true oases of bio­di­ver­si­ty. For many peop­le, they have an indis­pensable cul­tu­ral, social, land­s­cape-rela­ted, and eco­lo­gi­cal signi­fi­can­ce that goes back a long time. 

In the east of Ger­ma­ny alo­ne, around 70% of the­se oases have been clea­red in the past few deca­des. Too often, the spa­cious orchards made way for inten­si­ve­ly grown mono­cul­tures. Too often, the cul­ti­va­ti­on of a mea­dow orchard was no lon­ger able to keep up with the pri­ce wars of the dis­count supermarkets. 

OST­MOST wants to rever­se this deve­lo­p­ment. Drin­king one bot­t­le (or several) of Ost­most not only means stop­ping the defo­re­sta­ti­on of “Germany’s litt­le rain­fo­rests”, but it also means sup­por­ting the plan­ting of new orchards. Becau­se that is exact­ly what Ost­most does. They pay the far­mers more than dou­ble the cur­rent mar­ket pri­ce for their fruit and thus make it attrac­ti­ve and pro­fi­ta­ble to cul­ti­va­te orchards. 

Sin­ce our first mee­ting, all of us at OEL have been fasci­na­ted by the Ost­most phi­lo­so­phy. Our brand friendship is based on infi­ni­te sym­pa­thy for one ano­t­her. We fly the same flag of shared values and try to make a sus­tainab­le con­tri­bu­ti­on to the con­sump­ti­on and nut­ri­tio­nal beha­vi­or of Ger­mans. But not only that: we have all got to know and, abo­ve all, love the hard and sys­te­ma­ti­cal­ly under­paid work of the “litt­le” far­mers. All the far­mers who have com­mit­ted them­sel­ves to fair, sus­tainab­le, and eco­lo­gi­cal pro­duc­tion and thus sub­or­di­na­te ever­ything to qua­li­ty. They are the last figh­ters for bio­di­ver­si­ty and varie­ty. And we fight with them. May we con­ti­nue to do so! 

Ost­most is avail­ab­le as juice, sprit­zer, or cider — natu­ral­ly unadul­te­ra­ted, cer­ti­fied orga­nic, rich in ingre­dients, and pro­du­ced in an eco-social way. 

So: sim­ply try a juice made from cider apple varie­ties such as “Minis­ter von Ham­mer­stein”, “Fla­med Car­di­nal”, or “Yel­low Sheep Nose” and do some good at the same time. Or order 5000ml / for € 80.00 in our online shop and get Ost­most for free. Only while stocks last. 

Your nea­rest Ost­most sel­ler: https://​ost​most​.ber​lin/​s​tores/
Or at: www​.oel​-ber​lin​.de

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