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How nice you’ve come to visit us!

Are you a baker, confectioner – simply a professional?

Do you want to produce the most tasty cookies in town and the crispiest cake bases?

You love cookies!

You love crispy speculaas biscuits, buttery cheese biscuits, crumbly crescents, delicate tea cakes, spicy Printen biscuits or elegant marzipan decorations! You can appreciate the quality of a good cake base and lattice work!

The same is true of us!

That’s why at Niederrheinische Formenfabrik Janssen, we produce high-quality, exceptionally reliable and durable cookie formers! They are specially designed to individually and efficiently shape cookies and dough bands. Our cookie formers are simple to operate, can be cleaned quickly, deliver power performance and are made entirely in Krefeld. In keeping with our guiding principle: »JANSSEN shapes enjoyment« – made in Germany.

F-Series machines

Janssen cookie formers... numerous international awards!

German Innovation Awards 2021
iF Gold Award 2020
DBZ Trophy 2019
Plus X Marke des Jahres 2020
Plus X Produkt des Jahres 2020
German Design Award 2021
reddot winner 2020

Do you want to produce individualized cookies?

We develop and produce our moulds in our own factory ... and have since 1872! We have a comprehensive standard range of traditional and popular moulds for small cookies of all types.

Our passion is developing individualized designs, for example high-quality logo cookies, decorative cookies, unusual motifs....

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Quality since 1872! Made in Germany

The world of cookies has fascinated us for generations. It started with wooden models, embossed stamps, and press moulds, and moved on to manually operated cookie formers. These were developed further in the middle of the last century with the addition of electric drives, and since then have been continuously meeting the requirements of our customers as well as those of applicable directives and standards.

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Janssen – Quality since 1872