"We take care of people's health starting from the first months of life"

Vitmark-Ukraine is the industry leader in terms of the number of manufacturing innovations introduced. We are implementing state-of-the-art solutions that allow us to meet the most-demanding consumers’ requests and striving to improve the quality of life for our consumers.

Our brands are a source of inspiration, motivation, and care, while our products promote healthy eating and harmonious social development.

Our values

Natural products

We produce our juices and purees using select fruits and vegetables, most of which we process ourselves

Quality

Our expert knowledge of fruits allows us to check products at every stage of production

Innovation

We are the industry leader in terms of the number of manufacturing innovations introduced

Loved by millions

Our products are made using classic recipes from the Odessa Baby Food Cannery

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility is one of the most important principles in Vitmark-Ukraine's operations

Company history

1928
Founded by Greek industrialists at the end of the 19th century, the company receives the status of a cannery. Production volumes significantly increase through the cannery's modernization and the scientific research done as a result of the modernization effort.
1928
1961
The company receives the status of a research institute for developing baby food and begins producing food items for the space program. In addition, the company's experts invent the Bushen cap for packaging mashed potatoes and liquid products in tubes. The expanded Odessa cannery becomes the top producer of canned baby food in the food industry.
1961
1995
Vitmark-Ukraine's history begins with the modernization of the company's primary production base: the Odessa Baby Food Cannery. The company installs modern equipment and launches production of Jaffa brand juices.
1995
1998
The company launches a new production line and a premium product in glass packaging under the Jaffa-Grand brand for the hospitality industry (HoReCa).
1998
2002
This year marks the launch of juice under the brand Juices of the Odessa Baby Food Cannery. The company is the first on the market to introduce affordable natural juices, which consumers call "juice in white bags".
2002
2007
In the fall, production of baby food in cardboard packaging begins under the Chudo-Chado brand. By the end of 2007, the company is in the top 10 of the Top 100 Most Dynamic Companies in Ukraine business rankings.
2007
2008
Vitmark-Ukraine releases a new product for the Ukrainian market: Aquarte enhanced water.
2008
2010
The company launches its first children's brand: Jusik juices.
2010
2013
Vitmark-Ukraine expands its product portfolio with another brand-new product: not-from-concentrate (NFC) Pryamosik juices.
2013
2014
The Chudo-Chado brand's product portfolio expands with NFC juices for infants and toddlers, a unique product offering without equal in the Ukrainian baby food market that has won the love of millions.
2014
2015
Vitmark-Ukraine introduces a series of juices for girls and boys with characters from The Walt Disney Company's world-famous animated films Cars and Tinkerbell.
2015
2017
The Chudo-Chado brand is released in a new format: baby food is introduced on the Ukrainian market for the first time in convenient stand-up pouches.
2017
2018
The company launches a new product: Jaffa fruit smoothies with grains in stand-up pouches.
2018
2019
Vitmark-Ukraine receives a license to produce and distribute NESTEA® iced tea in Ukraine and Moldova.
2019
2020
Vitmark-Ukraine discovers a completely new business line: producing Vega Milk, a plant-based milk alternative. To launch the new product, the company builds a new plant with a full-cycle plant-based milk-production factory. It covers everything from harvesting fresh, natural products to pouring them in aseptic packaging.
2020
2020
The Chudo-Chado brand's offerings expand with wonderful new items. Fruits processed in-house and the traditions of the Odessa Baby Food Cannery are now available in milk-based porridges and cocktails.
2020