RIVONA, UAB owns canning, dairy, culinary, confectionery, meat processing and production units in Alytus, Kėdainiai and Šilalė.

The Alytus canning


  Putinų str. 33, Alytus, LT - 62175 Lithuania



The Alytus canning plant produces sauces, fruit jams and marmalades, vegetable soups, fruit and vegetable purees, artificial honey, snacks, garnishes for herring, pickled salads, vegetables, and mushrooms – in total, about 90 types of products.

In 2012, a new steam-compressed vegetable cleaning line was installed in the canning plant, and in 2015, a powerful vegetable cutting machine was assembled. 

In 2013, a modern German cooking kettle was installed in the plant, and in 2016, a new fully automated vacuum cooking kettle was completed. Both kettles perform divergent functions and allow for a significant acceleration of the production process.

In 2017, the premises of the plant were renovated, and new warehouses, administrative, and household facilities.

In 2020, a new warehouse with modern multi-level shelving and automatic ground-controlled robot-shuttles was built for the canning plant.

In 2022, a modern multi-level shelving and automated ground-controlled robot-shuttle storage-accounting program started operating in the Alytus Canning Plant, allowing for efficient use of shelving capacity and fully automated picking of orders for shipping. The cannery produced a total of about 5,000 tons of products and employed an average of forty-five workers.

In 2023, the Alytus Canning Plant started using a water-cooling system to cool the autoclaves, which has reduced the cost of water supply. The Alytus canning plant had a turnover of 5.3 million euros exclusive of value-added tax in 2023.


Alytus Dairy


 Putinų str. 33, Alytus, LT - 62175 Lithuania



The production unit of the company RIVONA, Alytus Dairy, produces yogurt, Greek-style yogurt, sour cream, milk, kefir, fermented buttermilk, curdled milk, kefir drink, fermented buttermilk  drink, rye drink, butter, cottage cheese, curd cheese, and fermented cheese, processed cheese, as well as ice cream, with over 70 types of dairy products in total.

In 2023, the turnover of Alytus Dairy was 22.5 million euros exclusive of VAT, and it produced 15,300 tons of goods. The dairy employs an average of 80 workers. The factory produced 7.7 million servings of ice cream in 2022.

In 2018, a fermented cheese plant was established in the dairy, producing two types of semi-hard cheese. In 2023, 338 tons of fermented cheese were produced. 

In 2022, Alytus Dairy began producing lactose-free products such as cottage cheese, yogurt, and sour cream. Most of its products the Dairy supplies to the NORFA retail chain.  

In 2024, ultrafiltration will be introduced in the Dairy to improve the quality and yield of the curd produced. A new bulky curd packing plant will also be built, which will allow for faster and better-quality packing of curd.

The Alytus cannery and Alytus dairy supply their products not only to the Lithuanian market but also to markets such as Ireland, Great Britain, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic, the USA, and the Netherlands.

Kėdainiai Culinary


 Pramonės Str. 15 Kėdainiai, LT - 57241 Lithuania



Kėdainiai Culinary and the production units at 56 NORFA stores produce vegetable, fish, meat, and flour products: salads, salad mixes, snacks, and flour dishes - approximately 170 types of products. The production unit also supplies the market with fish. In 2023, a total of 4,65 thousand tons of culinary products were produced, as well as around 1,7 thousand tons of fish.

The confectionery factory produces 39 types of sweets: 18 types of cakes, 19 types of pies, and 2 types of traditional Lithuanian pastry – ŠAKOTIS (Baumkuchen or Tree cake). In 2022, the confectionery factory produced a total of 370 tons of confectionery products.


The average number of employees in the main culinary factory in Kėdainiai is 110, while the culinary units of NORFA supermarkets employ around 200 more. 


In 2018, a bread bakery was launched alongside the culinary factory in Kėdainiai, which produced sixteen types of bread and rolls (baguette-type bread) in 2022, totalling about 1000 tons of production per year. Five million euros were invested in the bakery, which operates two fully automated production lines for bread and rolls, as well as a semi-automated line for sandwich bread.


The bakery has received an investment of €5 million and has got two fully automated production lines, one for baguette-type white bread and one for traditional brown bread, and a semi-automated line for baking sandwich (toast) bread.

The Culinary Unit has implemented the hygiene requirements for animal-origin food of the European Union legislation and has a permit from the State Food and Veterinary Service to sell meat products and semi-finished products in NORFA stores.


In 2010, RIVONA UAB was awarded a letter of gratitude from the Ministry of Social Security and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania “For the creation of new jobs in the areas with the highest unemployment rate in 2010” (Alytus).

The meat processing unit


 Sodininkų Str. 3, Struikų Village, Šilalės District, LT -  75110 Lithuania



    Responsible for buying livestock - Artūras Pupšys


    Phone: +370 687 99403




The meat processing unit of the Group of companies of RIVONA UAB is located in Struikų Village, Šilalė District.

In 2016, RIVONA UAB acquired a meat processing company, which expanded the range of the company's production facilities. In the meat processing unit, on average, about 18,500 pigs and 240 cattle are slaughtered per month, and about 200 tons of raw materials are cut. In addition, the meat production plant produces boiled, marinated, cured, hot and cold smoked products (sausages, wieners, rolls, hams, bacon), over eighty types of products in total. About 480 tons of production are made per month. A total of 120 employees work in the meat processing unit. The produced products are sold exclusively in the NORFA retail system.

In 2017, the packaging lines were renovated and new equipment for cutting products was acquired. 

In 2018, new production tools were purchased (sausage stuffer, sausage hanging line, frozen meat block crusher, etc.), and the implementation of a new production and accounting system was completed. 

In 2019, a new cutter was acquired, and a sausage clipping-hanging line was launched, cooking kettles with automatic loading/unloading of raw materials were purchased.

In 2020, an innovative raw material accounting software was installed, new ramps for raw material loading and carcass unloading were built, and an automated washroom for the reusable production containers (frames, carts) was installed.

In 2021, the renovation of the old slaughterhouse has begun. The plant will be upgraded, and the cattle slaughtering capacity will be increased.

In 2022, a new poultry processing workshop started operating, producing about 150 tons of marinated poultry products per month. In addition, a new automated slaughterhouse started operating, with a capacity of up to 150 slaughtered pigs per hour. The new slaughterhouse has new household facilities and improved working conditions for employees. At the same time, two automated climate chambers for cold-smoked and cured meat production, and one drying/aging chamber were built, as well as two fully automated thermal treatment chambers with complete freezing to the required temperature.

In 2023, a new crate washing line with automatic crate feeding and unloading was installed. A new 500l cutter has been purchased to cope with the increase in production volumes. The reconstruction of the cattle slaughterhouse has been completed. The slaughtering process for both cattle and pigs has been certified to the FSSC 22000 standard.

In 2024, an automated defrosting chamber for frozen meat, an automated line for the preparation and marinating of hot-smoked pork products and semi-finished products, as well as an automated line for the marinating of poultry products will be installed, from which the product will be fed directly into a dosing and packaging line with automatic weighing