Established by husband and wife team Anna and Dawid Drzewiecki after their observations of where different plant extracts came from in cosmetics and natural supplements, the company’s innovation is based on their unique form of production, combining the growth of plants and the production of extracts in one place.
Titled ‘Stołówka dla fifnych owadów’ (Canteen For Insects), the project will see 35 ‘insect hotels’ debut across the city with confirmed locations including the gardens of 12 primary schools and 18 kindergartens.
Inspired by the increasingly popular kombucha fermented tea, MakeGrowLab’s Babcha Boy helps not only with the fermentation of tea, but also of local herbs, fruits and vegetables.
The unusual red comes from AWE, a producer of alcoholic drinks based in Bielsko-Biała, working in co-operation with dobrekonopie.pl, a company selling hemp-based health products.
A leading producer and exporter of herbal products wants to protect his employees from the ravages of automation.
Herb production in Poland is currently valued at PLN 200 million (EUR 47 million) a year and the country's produce is sought after on EU markets. And the deciding factor is not price, but quality, the Rzeczpospolita daily reported on Tuesday.