Whistleblower reporting center

In accordance with the Whistleblower Protection Act (HinSchG), Naturana Dölker GmbH & Co Kommanditgesellschaft has set up an internal reporting office to receive reports of legal violations in the professional environment. This law protects natural persons who become aware of violations in the course of their professional activities and forward this information to the designated reporting centre. 


The internal reporting office receives information about violations in the professional context or reports of such violations: 

- Information on offences subject to criminal penalties and fines. 

- Violations of life, health and labour law regulations or violations of employees' rights. 

- Violations of federal, state and EU laws in areas such as anti-money laundering, environmental protection and public procurement. 

Our internal reporting office works independently of instructions and treats the information confidentially, both with regard to the whistleblower and with regard to persons who are affected by the information. 

If you have specific information about high-risk breaches of regulations in connection with the business activities of Naturana Dölker GmbH & Co Kommanditgesellschaft, you can contact the internal reporting office of Naturana Dölker GmbH & Co Kommanditgesellschaft via the following reporting channels: 


By post 

Naturana Dölker GmbH & Co 

Limited Partnership 

Whistleblowing centre - Confidential 

72810 Gomaringen 

Please mark your mail as "personal - confidential" to avoid accidental opening. 



E-mail: whistleblower@naturana.de 


To ensure that your mail is not mistaken for official correspondence and opened by mistake, please also label the envelope "personal - confidential" in a clearly visible place. 


Online application form 


FAQs (please fold out) 

Who are whistleblowers? 

The German Whistleblower Protection Act (HinSchG) initially covers all persons who have obtained information about violations in their professional environment. Accordingly, a whistleblower can be any person who notices an offence in the course of their professional activity and reports it, e.g: Employees, applicants, suppliers, customers or customers‘ employees) 

What types of reports can be made? 

Reportable offences are listed in § 2 HinSchG. These are  

  • Criminal offences 
  • Administrative offences (relating to the protection of life, limb and health and the protection of employees) 
  • Anti-constitutional statements by civil servants 
  • Violation of the Money Laundering Act 
  • Violation of environmental protection regulations 
  • Data protection violations 
  • Violation of product and food safety 
  • Violation of quality and safety standards for medical devices and pharmaceuticals 
  • Violation of consumer rights 
  • Tax fraud 

What is the procedure? 

Whistleblower reports via internal reporting channels (e-mail, post, online form). 

Report is reviewed and checked by the internal reporting centre. 

We will send you a confirmation of receipt within seven days of receiving your report. If you have opted for an anonymous report, this step is not necessary. 

Reports will be processed promptly and appropriately. We will inform you of any follow-up measures planned or already taken and the reasons for these within three months of confirming receipt of your report at the latest, unless you have opted for an anonymous report.