GROWING WITH THE TIMES
As it celebrates its 3rd anniversary, MOK stands as a testament to the growing foodservice industry. It continues to expand its product lines, showing its dedication to keep up with food and hospitality trends.
From a small, 20 - square meter store area, MOK has evolved into a showroom - retail area with its own test kitchen where company’s corporate chefs hold free demos on the proper use of various kitchen equipment as well as other useful topics like food safety and proper sanitation. “What sets us apart from other distributors is that MOK is not only a showroom, it is also a retail store,” says VP for Smallwares Jenny Carlos. “We have sales agents to service our corporate clients. But our value added offering is that our customers can visit MOK, peruse our products and equipment and leave the store with their purchases. It is easy and convenient.”
While the concept of MOK was well-received by clients such as hotels and restaurants, there was a need to connect more with the “everyday market” such as the homemakers and foodies. From an inventory of plates, glasses and kitchen utensils, MOK has gone on to offer a complete line of merchandise, with well over 30 brands and 3,000 items to suit the needs of these customers.