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The company founder Albert Boehringer
The chemist and later Nobel Prize winner Heinrich Wieland on whose suggestion in 1917 the first scientific department was set up in Ingelheim.
New process for manufacturing baking powder
25th anniversary of C. H. Boehringer Sohn in Ingelheim, Germany
Historical photo from 1907 of
C. H. Boehringer Sohn, Ingelheim, Germany.
Initially, Weinstein and other salts of tartaric acid were produced and distributed.
The industrial process for producing lactic acid with the help of bacteria replaced the small-scale production in pharmacies.
In 1941, Aludrin® - a respiratory product and new approach in treating asthma - was launched.