An overview of Kägi Söhne AG

Kägi stands for consistently high quality – from the purchase of the raw materials through to the finished product. Our recipe for success: the skillful combination of tradition with innovation.

What's more, traditional baking skills and chocolate-making expertise have been combined in the most wonderful way by us in Lichtentsteig.

Basic facts

LocationLichtensteig (Switzerland)
Staff140 employees
Export share47%
Main international marketsGermany, Austria, Middle East, Asia
Quality certificationNorm FSSC (Food Safety System Certification 22000)

Our history

Our exciting company history has for over 80 years been played out in the picturesque Toggenburg, at the foot of the Churfirsten mountain range.

It is here that Kägi Söhne AG works with uncompromising passion to produce its delicious wafer and biscuit specialities.

Ksq Bersichtsbild Churfirsten

Kägi Swiss Quality

Exquisite taste experience
Tried and tested recipes since 1934
Chocolate from our own production, conched for 48h

Swiss origin
100% Swiss made

Responsible procurement policy
No artificial flavours / no GMA
Certified palm oil (RSPO)

Our quality promise

Because we are a traditional Swiss company, we promise our customers never to make compromises when it comes to the Swiss quality of our Kägi products. That's because quality is a prerequisite for providing maximum enjoyment. The secret of the exquisite Kägi taste experience stems from the time-honoured recipes – practically unchanged since 1934 – that we continue to use. Our wafers, made using artisanal production methods, and our 48-hour-conched chocolate, which are both made in house with great passion in

the Toggenburg, are the heart of these recipes. But Kägi Swiss quality already begins much earlier for us. Wherever possible, we use carefully sourced Swiss raw materials. And of course, we apply the most rigorous standards when it comes to environmental and social criteria in the purchase of all of our ingredients. Even Kägi's founding father realised the importance of this in 1934: "The quality ofthe raw materials, production steps and processes are absolutely paramount."