At Haeussler everything revolves around baking. Hence the apt name backdorf.de for the homepage. Here you can really find everything you need for baking, both for the bakery professional at home and for commercial needs: grain mills, wood-fired ovens as well as electric stone ovens, dough kneading machines, pasta machines and all the necessary accessories.
German manufacturer based in Bad Homburg advertises modular design and durability of its mills. Grinding speed, fineness and noise are always optimised until they meet the high quality requirements of the hawos brand.
01.02.2002 - a historic day for the KoMo brand. Together with the strongest competitor, Peter Koidl founded the Company KoMo Aim: The worldwide distribution of the high-quality and handmade KoMo mills. No one would have dared to dream that KoMo now supplies these sustainable products to more than 32 countries around the world.
Hand cereal mills "Made in Germany" you get from the Gergen brothers. All mills are made from local woods in our own manufactory..
"With his sophisticated grain mills for home use Wolfgang Mock has earned a worldwide reputation. Behind the name, in fact, is a whole team of experts from different disciplines and fields of research."
Grain mills with granite natural stone and wooden grinding chamber So far (as of 2021) the only manufacturer of household mills with granite natural stone. According to the manufacturer: "Out of experience and full conviction, we decided in 2016 to manufacture exclusively mills with granite grindstones quarried in nature under the name Salzburger Grain Mills."
The epitome of wholefoods and nutritional expertise for 50 years. Since the early hours, Schnitzer has been dedicated to the development of household grain mills and grinding attachments for food processors. He developed the first combination mill for the household that can grind and flake.
One of the oldest German mill builders about himself:"In our mills we combine clear and solid technology with ease of use and the natural elegance of wood." All mills have a drawer, can also be operated by hand and are easy to clean.
French manufacturer "Samap" trades in Germany under "Elsaesser grain mills". This is probably because nobody in Germany knows Samap, but the name Elsaesser is familiar to everyone involved in professional milling. The F100 was one of the first electric grain mills on the market for small mills and could be found in almost every health food shop.