As the  largest family-owned manufacturer of fresh dough rolled on parchment paper worldwide, Wewalka has stood for high-quality food technology and products of authentic bakery quality since 1987. We combine traditional, sustainable values with state-of-the-art technology, leading market expertise and clear visions. The cornerstones of our corporate philosophy are innovation and tradition. From our headquarters in Sollenau, we distribute our products in collaboration with a host of well-known international brands and dealers in around thirty countries.

As one of the largest employers in the area, we understand that our employees are an essential and valuable part of our corporate success. We offer interesting fields of work, a range of high-quality training and development opportunities, and a modern and friendly work environment. We founded the Wewalka Academy as an in-house institution which allows for all our employees to participate in ongoing, personalized training conveniently on site.

Besides the corporate motto – Lifelong Learning – we above all promote physical and mental health in the workplace. Our employees benefit from a range of selected offers and rebates surrounding the topic of health.

Irrespective of whether you are an enthusiastic career entrant, a skilled worker or an experienced manager – our sites in Austria, Hungary and the USA offer the perfect working environment for long-term development, both professionally and personally. We understand that only well-trained and happy employees can be messengers of our deep awareness of quality, and that investing in our employees is also a valuable investment in the future of the company.


“After completing a degree course in Salzburg (Psychology, Economics and Law), I worked in the Human Resources Department at Rosenbauer International AG and Bene AG. At Wewalka, I manage the area of Human Resources and am responsible for training and development at Wewalka Academy. As a native of Upper Austria, I spend as much of my free time as possible in the mountains, either climbing, snowboarding or hiking.”