|Owner||Federman & Sons (Holdings) Ltd.|
Landwer Coffee was established by Moshe Landwer in 1919 in Berlin, Germany. The family operated a small coffee bar and a coffee roasting facility. In 1933, when the Nazis came to power in Germany, the family decided to immigrate to Tel Aviv. Immediately after their arrival, the Landwer family opened their first coffee roasting facility in Allenby Street, making it the first coffee roaster company in the country. Later, when the business expanded, the family moved the coffee bar to 121 Allenby Street.
In 1964, the roasting facility was moved to the industrial area in Holon, Israel, in a hangar of 1000 square meters. In the early 1980s, the Federman family acquired Landwer Coffee from Shmuel Landwer, the son of Moshe Landwer. Today, under the ownership of Federman & Sons (Holdings) Ltd., Landwer Coffee produces and distributes Turkish and Espresso coffee. It is the second largest coffee roaster in Israel.
In 2004, the company developed the Landwer Café chain of franchise casual restaurants, which grew by 2018 to 60 locations in Israel. It opened its first Canadian location in Toronto in 2017, followed by its first American location in the Audubon Circle area of Boston, Massachusetts in 2018.
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