We started our activity in Lębork in 1994. The local climate was favourable for growing potatoes and the soil in the area was classified as, so called, Healthy Potato Zone Class 1. The fact that the town authorities were well-disposed towards such plant location also had a major influence on the decision.
Farm Frites Poland was established in 1993 as a joint venture of two Dutch potato processing producers: Farm Frites and Aviko. A factory was built and a line of French fries initiated in the autumn of 1994, within twelve months of the start of construction.
Initially, FFP employed 80 workers, including a few specialists from Holland who were responsible for implementing the international production standards and for training their Polish successors. The annual potato processing amounted to 40.000 tons.
In July 2004, a new line for potato pancakes was introduced and in July 2011, a new line for potato flakes. Currently, three modern production lines enable the factory to process around 50 different types of French fries, pancakes and flakes for three clients only: McDonald's, Farm Frites and Aviko. At present, there are over 220 people working at Farm Frites Poland SA, and the amount of potatoes used for production annually exceeds 250.000 tons.
With our presence on the market for over 25 years, our company still has many new ideas and ventures we hope to embark upon. With the experience and strong technical support we have at hand, and our wonderful workforce, we are confident we will be able to satisfy requirements of the future.