In April 2015 the "Jausnerei" was opened in the industrial area of Wels, and shortly thereafter the 1. distribution centre for the catering trade in Italy (Vicenza, near Verona).
In July Resch&Frisch took over 6 branches of the former bakery "Ring" and created a further 60 jobs in Upper Austria and Salzburg.
90 years of Resch&Frisch will be celebrated with the biggest lottery of the company history, a grand employee party and a outing into the country for top customers from the catering and hotel business: highlights as Andreas Gabalier, the Poxrucker Sisters and renowned gourmet chefs with the picturesque scenery of Schloss Grafenegg as a backdrop (see event video).
Resch&Frisch founds the Association of Austrian Baking Culture together with the Federal Association of the Catering Trade. Just as the role models of wine and cheese, the ‘basic foodstuffs’ of bread and pastries are to be established as delicatessen together with the apprenticeship as bread specialist.
Takeover of the former associate company Flöckner in Salzburg with about 260 employees.
Resch&Frisch becomes a franchise system with the 1. franchise partner "Naturbäckerei Scheider" from Obervellach in Carinthia.
The birth of the Resch&Frisch catering system: an ingenious system of frozen, up to 80% finished bakery products, a deep freezer and a special oven to complete the baking process. The 1. customer to profit is the Gösserbräu in Wels: That is where the Resch brothers had the idea at their regular table - after not being very happy with the bread delivered hours before and that was not very fresh any more.
Many landlords in the area recognize the advantages of the system and as a result demand for frozen bakery products is soon enormous.
Josef Resch sen. opened the 1. branch at Kaiser-Josef-Platz in Wels, laying the foundation for the further expansion of the branch network in Wels, Marchtrenk and Linz in the following years.