|Feinkost Böhm GmbH
|founding||November 4, 1889|
|Seat||Stuttgart , Germany|
|Number of employees||173|
|As of December 31, 2018|
The company employs around 170 people. The head office in the Kronprinzbau in downtown Stuttgart has over 1400 m² of retail space. The company has been running a delicatessen stand in the Stuttgart market hall since 2007. The company's managing partner is Ferdinand Piëch, the eldest son of the former VW supervisory board chairman Ferdinand Piëch .
More than 430 suppliers regularly supply Feinkost Böhm with food. In addition to the focus on delicatessen products, the company also serves as a full-range supplier . Today over 12,500 regional and international delicatessen products are offered in 12 departments. Over 500 Feinkost Böhm own brand products complete the range. In addition to a walk-in wine humidor, two restaurants are also integrated into the shop: The SUSHI-YA offers its guests Japanese cuisine. The Feinkost Böhm Restaurant offers down-to-earth cuisine with new creations that change seasonally. All restaurants are operated by Feinkost Böhm. There has also been a day bar since 2019.
On November 4, 1889, Alfred and Otto Böhm opened their first delicatessen store at Schloßstraße 12 in Stuttgart. At its peak, Feinkost Böhm generated sales of up to 320 million D-Marks at 17 locations and employed around 1200 people. After a massive slump in profits, the company had to file for bankruptcy in 2002 , but was initially retained through a takeover by the investment company Capital Management Partners (CMP) and the liquidation of loss-making branches. As a result, various sub-operations, such as the own wine press or the gourmet service in Bad Cannstatt, were sold and the business was concentrated on the parent company in Calwer Strasse in Stuttgart.
In 2006, Ariane and Ferdinand Piëch took over the company's headquarters with 46 employees at the time and continued to renovate it. Feinkost Böhm was reopened in summer 2007.