According to Eurostat, Poland ranks fifth in the EU in terms of the amount of food wasted, generating around 9 million tonnes of food waste per year, or over 200 kg per person.
Poland intends to be one of the first countries in the world to introduce an innovative system of knowledge about animals from their birth to their slaughter, using a special chip in cattle, Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski has announced.
Michelin’s Main Cities of Europe 2019 guide sees Poland remaining strong on the culinary map of Europe.
Affluent design gems have given this leafy town a residual sense of continuing prosperity. In turn, the aesthetics and atmosphere of yesteryear have helped foster a new wave of interest from a more discerning breed of visitor.
To mark International Women’s Day, TFN profiles some pioneering women who are shaping, redefining and transforming the country’s food and drink industry.
The EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is one of the key elements of Polish national politics, and should not only be continued, but expanded, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Saturday at the European Agriculture Forum in Jasionka in south-eastern Poland.
The value of agri-food exports in 2018 reached an unprecedented level of EUR 29.3 bln, which was 5.5 percent higher than in 2017, the National Support Centre for Agricultural (KOWR) announced.
As Poland’s only entree to become one of the best 100 chefs in the world, TFN caught up with the eternally busy Andrea Camastra, Michelin star chef and owner of Warsaw’s Senses restaurant, to chat about never planning for success, leveraging your best, and mixing art with science in the kitchen.
Figures for last year show food exports on the rise and with meat in the vanguard.
TFN sits down with Michał Bryś, TV producer-turned-chef and the man behind Warsaw’s dazzling L’Enfant Terrible restaurant.