In 1910, a company called Henryk Franck i Synowie /[Henryk Franck and sons] established Fabryka Środków Kawowych S.A. /[Coffee Means Factory] in Skawina. Just one year later, the production of cereal beverage was launched. Brands produced in Skawina, such as Enrilo, Kneipp’s Coffee, Franck’s Coffee, Weber’s Fig Coffee or Abisynka were widely known in pre-war Poland, their popularity matching that of... Inka.
Back in 1971, when Polish scientists perfected the formula for Inka instant cereal beverage, no one could have predicted it would become so immensely popular. Everyone recognises it - generation after generation. This mild cereal beverage, made in 100% of natural ingredients, won the hearts not only in Poland; it is also widely appreciated in many foreign countries. See how the packaging has changed over the years