Mulmar

Brands

Distribution
  • Faema
  • Mazzer
Parts
  • Faema
  • Mazzer

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Mulmar is an equipment provider of choice with our headquarters based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire. We have built a strong reputation for providing quality food service solutions to a cross section of market-leading catering and retail customers. As specialists in the supply and maintenance of espresso coffee machinery, we retain some of the world’s finest manufacturers in our portfolio. We are pioneers that bring together the heart and soul of the coffee industry in the UK.

Mulmar have forged strong links with several high profile clients over 30 years. These include national sales and service accounts such as Caffè Nero, Pret A Manger, Starbucks, Prezzo, Debenham’s, Cote, Costa Retail (London + the South) and RVS, all this without losing sight of its origins continuing to work with independent and smaller coffee shops. Mulmar has been selected as Roast and Ground equipment suppliers to Nestle Professional and Nespresso B2B (Nationwide).

Mulmar is a major player in the coffee industry sector, involved since the early days of the speciality coffee scene and influenced where it is today. Founded in 1989 and still owned by business partners Agostino Luggeri and Enzo Frangiamore; Mulmar initially specialised in the ice cream and specialty coffee sectors as early importers of the La Cimbali and La Marzocco brands. We have since moved on to become the sole distributors for Faema, Mazzer and created our own brand Grigia.

We pride ourselves on possessing an unwavering vision of meeting people’s expectations. Mulmar has been instrumental for new UK artisan roasteries guiding their journey and transformation. Mulmar is now UK Petroncini distributor of speciality shop roasters and medium and large processing plant capacities. We provide fully integrated solutions from the green coffee intake up to roasting as well as from the grinding up to the final package in capsules, pods or bags.

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