Restaurant quality from Mr Jan Kościuszko, founder of the legendary Chłopskie Jadło restaurant chain.
Traditional recipes, local suppliers and quality without compromise, just like in a family kitchen. All ingredients used are carefully selected by the in-house Standards Department.
Together, we have developed and launched hundreds of catering outlets across the country. A feature of our company is our great flexibility, which allows us to adapt to changing market trends as well as the needs of our customers in a short period of time.
Nature and tradition
We stick to traditional production methods, based on preparation according to traditional Polish recipes.
We use only the highest quality products from reliable suppliers. Our products are classics of Polish cuisine closed in cans without chemicals and preservatives.
We have a professional IFS-certified production facility in Bystra. Well-equipped technical facilities at the plant and, most importantly, superbly trained staff. We fulfill orders of the highest quality without delay.
We supply a wide range of products to HoReCa companies and the largest petrol station chains, taking care of the high level of their catering offer. To date, we have been trusted by such companies as Ikea, Lotos, BP, Amic, Farutex, Wawel, Banfood, Bacówka and many others.
This typically crowning dish of Polish cuisine is prepared from sauerkraut from Charsznica, a solid portion of bacon, pork meat and mushrooms with herbs and dried prunes.No cooking required. Free from chemicals and preservatives. It owes its excellent taste to preparation according to traditional Polish recipes. The products are available in two weights: 400g and 840g.
A soup originating from mountainous regions and prepared according to good old traditional recipes. It owes its taste to the selected excellent ingredients it is made from: Charsznicka sauerkraut, smoked ribs, bacon and diced potatoes. It owes its excellent taste to the traditional recipe, free of chemicals and preservatives. The products are available in two sizes: 400g and 840g.
With the addition of potatoes, this is a typical filling one-pot dish with an exquisite taste. It owes its excellent taste to a traditional recipe devoid of chemicals and preservatives. The products are available in two sizes: 400g and 840g.
A traditional Polish minced cutlet prepared from pork meat soaked in milk, with the addition of onion, and closed in a tin accompanied by mashed potatoes makes an excellent dinner dish. / dedicated for 1 person /. It owes its excellent taste to its traditional recipe, free of chemicals and preservatives. The product is available in size 400g.
Even an amateur culinary experimenter can prepare our dishes. A saucepan or frying pan is recommended. Put the contents of the pack into a saucepan or frying pan and heat over low heat, stirring occasionally. When using a microwave, spread the contents of the packet evenly on a plate and heat for 3.5 to 4 minutes. And voilà, it's ready! Enjoy.
The products go through a sterilisation process during preparation, which combats any dangerous bacteria and microorganisms and ensures a homemade taste free of chemicals and preservatives. Protected in this way, the product retains its flavour quality for 1 year, stored at 2-25 degrees C.
Our products are classics of Polish cuisine. Traditional recipes, local suppliers and quality without compromise. Each dish is characterised by the best selected meat and excellent quality natural ingredients, which are carefully selected by our internal Standards Department.
„In my cooking I have always focused on our traditions and drawing on my culinary heritage. The dining culture is complementary to the culture of the nation. I would like to bring you a bit of the beautiful history of Polish cuisine and take you on a culinary journey filled with the flavours from long ago” - Jan Kościuszko
The founder of the company is Jan Kościuszko, an authority in gastronomy and one of the most recognisable people on the culinary map of Poland. He founded the brand Wyroby Kościuszko acting in defence of tradition, and he feeds Poles not in his restaurant this time, but in their homes. And it would be the story of a brand like many, if it were not for Jan Kościuszko.