History Inka

In 1910, Heinrich Franck and Sons established the Coffee Surrogate Factory in Skawina near Kraków, a year later commencing production of cereal-based beverages. The brands produced at the factory, such as Enrilo, Kneipp, Franck, Weber Fig Coffee and Abisynka were widely known in pre-War Poland, their popularity often compared to the popularity of … Inka.

When in 1971, Polish researchers developed a formula for instant Inka cereal beverage, no one could have imagined that it would become so popular. This delicate cereal-based beverage made entirely of 100% natural ingredients won over the hearts not only of Poles, but also of consumers in countries around the world. For nearly 45 years, the formula and technological process have remained unchanged. The only thing to have changed is the packaging …

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