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Polish Food & Drinks

Send Print Download added: Piotr Sajdak | 2015-12-19 20:41:01
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Poland is a globally recognized food producer, because the country has perfect environmental conditions, predisposing it to obtaining healthy and unusually tasty products. Ecological farming is developing all across the country, which can be evidenced by a dynamically increasing rate of newly established, innovative ecological farms. In recent years their number has been systematically growing at a rate of 15-20% annually. This intensive growth caused the area of ecological farming land to increase almost nine fold in the years 2003-2010.

Poland is a globally recognized food producer, because the country has perfect environmental conditions, predisposing it to obtaining healthy and unusually tasty products. Ecological farming is developing all across the country, which can be evidenced by a dynamically increasing rate of newly established, innovative ecological farms. In recent years their number has been systematically growing at a rate of 15-20% annually. This intensive growth caused the area of ecological farming land to increase almost nine fold in the years 2003-2010.

Poland is classified as one of the largest producers of rye, potatoes, raspberries, champignons, strawberries, cherries and apples. Poland is one of the most significant producers of fruits and vegetables in the EU. We also hold a high position in the European meat and dairy production ranking. There is a vast growing value of exports of Polish specialties, such as unique bakery products, excellent sausages, ripe fruits and vegetables, delicious dairy products and tasty juices and sweets. Our food specialties are shipped to the markets of the European Union, as well as the rest of Europe, and households in both Americas, Asia and Australia. Their record sales volume recently reached a staggering value of 14 billion Euro, whereas in the year 2004 it was on a level of 5.2 billion Euro.

For more information, please visit: http://www.arr.gov.pl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=687&Itemid=528