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25th Anniversary of Farm Frites Poland

In October 1994, the first fries left the production line at the Farm Frites Poland SA factory in Lębork, Poland.

The 25th anniversary of the establishment of the company was a great opportunity for celebration. On October 30, a jubilee gala took place in Gdańsk with the participation of the company's employees and a wide range of business partners, including representatives of shareholders (Farm Frites International and Aviko), suppliers of potatoes and production equipment.

During the event, the company's history was recalled, starting from 1994, when it employed 80 people and the factory's production capacity amounted to 40,000 tons of French fries per year, through 2004,when the potato pancake line was launched, 2011, when the potato flakes line started, to the present day, when it is one of the largest employers in the region and produces potato products for companies such as McDonald's, Farm Frites and Aviko.

The gala organizers also presented a very ambitious vision of the factory in the next 25 years – they see the future of French fries production on Mars.

It is worth emphasizing that the company has been cooperating with McDonald’s continuously since 1995, currently supplying French fries to approximately 800 restaurants of this chain in 11 European countries. This cooperation requires maintaining the highest quality standards and continuous development.

Farm Frites Poland is committed to the implementation of sustainable development principles which is manifested i.e. in actions for sustainable agriculture. Farm Frites Poland is the founder and member of the Polish Association for Sustainable Agriculture 'ASAP', a non-profit organization operating since 2014 and helping Polish farmers to implement the rules of sustainable agriculture.

Activities for sustainable development also include taking care of good relations with employees, customers, suppliers and the local community. The company implements its own projects addressed to the inhabitants of the region and supports the activities of local organizations and associations, especially in the area of healthy lifestyle, sport and culture.