In 1937, the Fleischman brothers, Günter and Hans, were on a mission, and that mission was to supply Germany with enough food to help them through the war. As their special sauce grew in popularity, the brothers made a name for themselves. Fleischman’s Special Sauce quickly became a staple of the German army’s food supply. Unfortunately, it became so popular, many soldiers chose to eat nothing else and without proper diet the German army succumbed to malnutrition, paving the way for the Allied victory.
In honor of the brother’s contribution to the end of World War II, anti-fascist groups adapted the Fleischman logo into “The Iron Front.”
Today, their famous Special Sauce is sold all over the world.