Grabower Story

In 1835 a bakery on 19 Market street, Grabow, Germany was opened by Johann Bollhagen producing pretzels, waffles and spice nuts. He sold the products in his shop and on market stalls. By 1860 the business was taken over by his brother Friedrich Bollhagen and production of baked goods and gingerbread switched to machines. In 1902 Gustav Friedrich Ritter took over the business and renamed it Bollhagensche Pfeffernuss Und Biskuitfabrik. He introduced the use of electric and gas motors for the first time and a continuous oven was purchased. The company now producing top quality baked goods and gingerbread (Grabower Leckerli, Feine Schokoladenherzen) with deliveries to large cities like Stettin, Hamburg, Lubeck, Berlin and Magdeburg and exports to Switzerland, the US, Austria and Canada.

In 1945 managed by a trust fund production of baked goods and children’s foods restarted, later on lemon biscuits, vanilla rings and cinnamon stars were added. By 1951 a public property under the name VEB Grabower Dauerbackwaren they started deliveries to northern Germany, first by train and then by truck. In 1954 waffles are once again produced and the first marshmallows are produced semi-automatically. Production of mashmallows would be further automated by 1964. By 1978 they would relocate to a new building in Kiebitzweg; this allowed continuous ovens for baked goods and waffles and an industrial production line for marshmallows to be put in place. From 1981 onwards they produced marshmallow products, ice-cream wafers, baked goods, waffles, sugar coins and butter almond biscuits. From 1991 to 1996 the company would change ownership several times. In 1991, Schiesser Group, 1995 Stuss And Co., 1996 Otto Lithardt the current owner would take over the company from bankruptcy proceedings, now called “Grabower Susswaren GMBHE

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Grabower German Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Waffers!

$5.25 - Grabower Kusse - Made in Germany, Grabower Kuesse is a light crispy wafer surrounded with big puffy foamy marshmallow and covered with chocolate. 12 pieces in total, net weight is 10oz or 300g.

$5.25 - Grabower Minis - Grabower Minis are delightful mini marshmallow wafers coated with chocolate. 32 pieces in total with 16 dark chocolate, 8 milk chocolate and 8 white chocolate.

$5.50 - Topkuss Cocos By Grabower - Topkuss Cocos Marshmallow Wafers by Grabower are milk chocolate covered marshmallow with a wafer center and coated with fine coconut pieces on the outside. They taste crunchy - crispy - soft and are really hard to resist.

$5.50 - Topkuss - Produced by Grabower an old famous German Bakery - this 9 piece count box contains superb quality chocolate covered marshmallow wafers. A yummy and delightful treat always welcomed by family and friends.

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In 1997 they would purchase Schulze, Borgholzhausen, integrating their assortment of foam sugar products and annual market waffles in to the Grabower organization. Come 1999 they would take over Tomala Waffelspezialitaten Kuhren near Leipzig further integrating their foam sugar product line and wafer roll into the Grabower group. In 2001 they acquired Wolf Susswaren in Altenschonbach Bavaria adding baked goods and waffle mixes into Grabower. By 2002 they took over Weese Gebackfabrik in Itzehoe, Schlewig Holstein integrating baked goods and wafer roll assortment into Grabower. 2003 acquisition of Masb Keksfabrik in Lubeck, Schlewig Holstein adding north German baked goods into the Grabower unit. Also in 2003 they acquired Stech Confection Company in Mecklenburg adding tree cakes to Grabower. 2004 would see the purchase of crisp bread lines by Grabower. In 2005 they would take over Dobelner Susswaren, Sasony integrating parts of the production into Grabower Susswaren Holding. Today Grabower is famous for many products and especially noted for their delightful chocolate coated marshmallow wafers in a number of different varieties.