The governing party Law and Justice (PiS) has unveiled a project aimed at supporting local food suppliers as part of its campaign for the October 15 election.
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Warsaw and Kyiv summoned each other's ambassadors to their foreign ministries on Tuesday in a diplomatic spat between the two countries which had hitherto been staunch allies in Ukraine's war with Russia.
Zero VAT on basic foodstuffs that he government has decided to maintain for the second half of this year will keep over PLN 5 billion (EUR 1.12 bln) in the pockets of Poles, the finance minister has said.
The Polish government will extend the zero-VAT rate on some foodstuffs until the end of 2023, the prime minister announced on Monday.
In addition to Bottiglieria 1881 becoming the first Polish restaurant to win two Michelin stars, Warsaw-based Nuta also won a star, Poznań’s Muga became the city’s first ever restaurant to be awarded a star, and seven other restaurants across Poland were recognised with Bib Gourmands, whilst a further 39 were listed for inclusion in the latest edition of the acclaimed foodie bible.
The fast-track food delivery service Glovo could be fined up to 10 percent of its turnover for misleading customers, the president of the office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) announced on Tuesday.
The agriculture ministers of Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia have written another letter to the EC in the matter concerning agricultural products from Ukraine, sources have told PAP.