The first commercial decaffeination process was invented in 1900 by Ludwig Roselius, who founded the German company Kaffee Hag. By 1912 he was marketing a decaffeinated coffee in Europe called Sanka, a name derived from the French ''sans caffeine.'' This coffee was introduced in the United States in 1923.
Who Invented Decaf Coffee & When?
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