Dit is Müsli

A spoonful
of future

From Berlin
into the world

The muesli for people with an awareness of healthy eating and sports enthusiasts – a perfect match for the European Championship 2024. During the European Championship 2024, the muesli is a perfect souvenir that raises awareness of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Eat healthy,
do good.

50 cents per pack

will contribute to the #2030 project fund, which supports projects in Berlin to implement the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Dit is inside

Definitely a healthy breakfast for a good start to the day! The SBNE team discussed the ingredients with various stakeholders. Our aim: to make our muesli nutritious, high in protein, low in sugar and organically grown in the region. And that’s exactly what you get: a basic muesli with 80% spelt and 15% oat crunchy, sunflower seeds and linseed.

Dit is behind

Dit is Müsli is a project initiated by the department of Education for Sustainable Development (Stabsstelle Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung – SBNE) of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf borough. The SBNE initiates and supports all aspects of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. You can find more information on the SBNE website.

Are you a fan of muesli and want to support us? Feel free to send us your muesli photo with a muesli greeting from your home town for this website.

Mix &

For Dit is Müsli, we have decided not to use dried fruit and would like to encourage you to buy fresh, regional fruit. Just the way you like it – healthy, regional and sustainable.

Berlin muesli markets

Weltladen A Janela
Emser Str. 45, 10719 Berlin
Heinemann Duty Free Shops 
Im Flughafen Berlin-Brandenburg
Pop Up Bikini Berlin (during EM2024)
Budapester Str. 38-50, 10787 Berlin
Bauhaus reuse – BHROX (during EM2024)
Mittelinsel Ernst-Reuter-Platz

Dit muesli at your place

Would you like to add Dit is Müsli to your store? Please get in touch with our SBNE team at sbne@charlottenburg-wilmersdorf.de

Dit is a good question

What is special about the “sustainable Berlinmuesli” project?
The Berlin Muesli is more than just a muesli. Especially for the European Championships, it is a delicious souvenir that shows what sustainable projects can look like. 50 cents per pack go to the #2030 project fund, which supports projects that implement the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
What are the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals?
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations are also known as SDGs for short. In 2015, the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. At its core are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. They apply to all countries in the world and take equal account of all three dimensions of sustainability – the social, environmental and economic.
What does sustainable nutrition mean?
Our diet and how we grow food have a major impact on our health and our environment. This means that we should consume organic, regional, seasonal and fair food wherever possible. That’s why our muesli is an organic muesli made from regional grain.
What makes muesli a healthy breakfast?
Dit is muesli consists of lots of wholemeal spelt flakes, which provide complex carbohydrates and fiber for long-lasting satiety. Together with oats and sunflower seeds, you start the day full of energy – whether in the office or on the sports court.
What exactly are the ingredients of the muesli?
This is the list of ingredients of the Berlin muesli:
Wholemeal spelt flakes plain², oat crunchy¹ (wholemeal oat flakes¹, beet sugar¹, sunflower oil¹, rice extrudate¹ made from wholemeal rice flour¹, vanilla¹), spelt flakes² (spelt², sea salt), sunflower seeds¹, linseed²

¹ certified organic
² biodynamic cultivation (85 %)

With demeter spelt, grown according to the strict guidelines of the oldest farming association.

May contain traces of other cereals containing gluten, nuts, soy, milk, mustard, lupins and sesame.
Why are there no raisins in the muesli?
For Dit is Müsli, we have chosen not to use dried fruit and would like to encourage you to buy fresh, regional fruit. Just the way you like it – regional and organic. Good for you and our climate.