The brainchild of convenience store chain Żabka and Kraków tech firm VeloxAlpha SA, the one-armed sausage server called Robbie can complete its task in three simple steps.
In Poland the Easter traditions come rich, thick and fast. From the blessing of baskets of food to pouring water over women, the country boasts a glorious mix of traditions that set the Easter holiday apart from all others.
Setting up his website due to popular demand, the 32-year-old found orders for his homemade pork bangers, boerwors (farmers’ sausage) biltong and meat and vegetarian pies went through the roof during lockdown as news of his delicious foods spread. Now he has opened a food truck, the first of a planned fleet across the country, and with growing demand both online and offline has started negotiations for his own production kitchen.
Two years ago Warsaw entrepreneurs Igor Sadurski and Rafał Czech launched a crowdfunding initiative to open a business selling plant-based meat substitutes. Now their online shop stocks a full range of vegan charcuterie, from juniper kiełbasa to pepperoni. They also offer a grill package for the barbecue, with vegan burgers, bacon, gyros and kebab.
The European labelling system was developed to label and protect specific regional products in the EU. It confirms the authenticity of the product and guarantees that it has been made according to the traditional recipe and in the right location.