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Articles for professional & private kitchens since 1903
Right from the start, Weis was involved in the production of wire goods and the manufacture of kitchen and household items made of metal. Whisks, graters, fruit presses and slotted spoons of all kinds were produced early on, which are still an integral part of the range today. The nest baking spoon, which is still known today, was once an invention of the founder and so the company flourished and developed steadily.
A few decades later, the second generation of the Weis family came under increasing pressure from the Nazi regime because of their Jewish beliefs. Fortunately, you were able to flee Germany in time and settle in the USA. The company became the property of a party member of the injustice system and was returned to the family after the end of World War II.
Since the owner family was able to build a new life in America after the end of the war, they sold the company in 1955 to their long-term business partner Max Braun, grandfather of today's managing director Hans Braun.