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Germany is located in Central Europe and is characterised by three types of landscapes: the Alps and their foothills, the low mountain ranges with their valleys and basins, and the North German lowlands. To the north and west there is an oceanic climate, with moderately warm summers and mild winters. To the east and south, however, the climate is subcontinental, which results in colder winters and warmer summers. Approximately half of the land is used for agricultural purposes, and HiPP also grows many of its raw products in Germany, such as HiPP Organic carrots, organic potatoes, organic parsnips and organic strawberries. Furthermore, nearly one third of the country is covered with evergreen and deciduous forests. They provide a home for native animal species such as wild boar, foxes and deer.