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The Ruetz Bakery
A taste of tradition
Ferdinand Ruetz was a visionary. He broke with tradition at a time when baking bread was considered a “woman’s job” in Kematen and in many other places in Tyrol. At the time, there were around 35 typical backers’ ovens in Kematen and baking bread was mainly done by farmers’ wives. Despite this, Ferdinand Ruetz began to bake his own bread in one of these ovens and the first “Semmel” (bread roll) came out of the Ruetz house in 1899, paving the way for a long and successful future. Today, “Bäcker Ruetz” is more than just a bakery – it’s a brand that stands for quality, craftsmanship and passion.
Where it all began – and passionately lives on today
The Ruetz Bakery still exists in Kematen and has become a popular meeting point for cyclists, day trippers and anyone who appreciates high-quality baked goods. The bakery is also known for its great events that delight people young and old – the kids’ parties and the educational and exciting children's baking courses are particularly popular. Sports are also on the menu thanks to the “Bäcker Ruetz half marathon”. This race takes place every spring and sees running enthusiasts of all ages put their ability to the test – the youngest participant to date was only two years old.
Monday to Saturday: 6 am – 8 pm
Sundays and public holidays: 7 am – 8 pm