Migros acquires the company Alkoholfreie Weine AG. One year later in 1929, the name of the company is changed to "Produktion AG Meilen". The company that would later be known as Midor AG is thus the oldest company within Migros Industry.
Biscuits, rusks and aperitif products are produced for the first time in Meilen in 1930.
In 1935, Fasnachtschüechli enter into production for the first time.
Ice cream products are produced for the first time in Meilen in 1949.
Chocolat Frey AG is taken over by Migros.
The history of Delica AG starts with the foundation of "Migros Lagerhaus Genossenschaft AG" (MLG, Migros Warehousing Cooperative) in Birsfelden.
In 1957,Gottlieb Duttweiler – the founder of Migros – buys his first rice mill in Ticino from the Curti family hailing from Varese, Italy. This marks the founding of Riseria Taverne SA. The Curti family acquired the flour mill in the Taverne-Torricella municipality in 1905, converted it and began processing rice. This is how the first rice mill was established in Ticino. Riseria is now the largest and most productive rice mill in Switzerland.
"Migros Zentralpackerei AG" (MZP, Migros Central Packaging) was built in the same area as Migros Lagerhaus Genossenschaft (MLG).
Chocolat Frey moves from Aarau to the new production site in Buchs, in which Migros' entire chocolate, confectionery and sweet production is from now on amalgamated into Chocolat Frey AG.
Produktion AG Meilen changes its name to Midor AG.
After intensive development work on new recipes, Skai-chewing gum is introduced.
In Birsfelden, the company's own brand coffee capsule system Delizio is developed and launched on the market. This is a great success, as is demonstrated in subsequent years.
"Migros Betriebe Birsfelden (MBB)" is renamed Delica AG.
Chocolat Frey celebrates its 125th company anniversary. In the same year, the Café Royal brand is launched – today's market leader in compatible capsules.
On 1 June 2021, the five companies of Chocolat Frey, Delica, Midor, Riseriaand Total Capsule Solutions were merged to form Delica AG. The headquarters of the legally newly founded company is located in Buchs in the canton of Aargau. The existing locations will however remain operational as production facilities.