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Martin & Servera is Sweden’s leading restaurant and food service specialist with a strong commitment to developing the Swedish food industry.

It might be a fine restaurant or a coffee shop, a preschool, or a nationwide restaurant chain. Small or large. Martin & Servera offers its customers about 50,000 articles and reaches customers throughout Sweden with 12,000 daily deliveries.

As Sweden’s leading wholesale distributor of food, beverages and equipment for restaurants and food services, Martin & Servera offers the professional meal market a complete range of goods. The products, such as dry-aged rib eye, shrimp sandwich bread, and organic chicken, are sourced from around the world and meet customer requirements for quality, safety, and traceability. Professional kitchen equipment is also available. In addition, Martin & Servera has the largest range of organic products on the market.

The Martin & Servera group comprises the parent company Martin & Servera and subsidiaries Martin & Servera Restauranghandel, Martin & Servera Logistik, Grönsakshallen Sorunda, Fiskhallen Sorunda, Galatea and Kötthallen Sorunda.

We at Axel Johnson believe that trade and services develop people and build communities. We meet more than one and a half million customers every day through our companies. We want to be a positive force for change in the communities of which they are part.

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