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Sanka Coffee. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! You sleep better at night and feel better during the day when you don't drink caffein. For it's the sleep-disturbing caffein in ordinary coffee that keeps so many coffee-drinkers felling tired, jittery and upset. And caffein adds nothing to coffee's flavor or fragrance! That's why millions of wise coffee-lovers have switched to New Extra-Rich Sanka Coffee (1953). It's 97% caffein-free - gives you all the rich goodness of really choice coffee, yet can't irritate your nerves. Delicious in either instant or regular form. Decaffeinated coffee was developed in 1903 by a team of researchers led by Ludwig Roselius in Bremen, Germany. It was first sold in Germany and many other European countries in 1905–1906 under the name Kaffee HAG (short for Kaffee Handels-Aktien-Gesellschaft, or Coffee Trading Public Company). In France, the brand name became "Sanka", derived from the French words sans cafeine ("without caffeine"). The brand came to the United States in 1909–1910, where it was first marketed under the name "Dekafa" or "Dekofa" by an American sales agent. Product of General Foods (1950s). Distributed in the United States by Kraft Foods. Enjoy these vintage ads for Sanka Coffee while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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