The Food Trends 2022 report commissioned by delivery service Pyszna.pl sets out the most frequently ordered food based on an analysis of over 3.5 million active users of its service, who ordered from over 13,000 restaurants in the largest Polish cities.
Titled simply ‘Pierogi - Over 50 Recipes to Create Perfect Polish Dumplings’, Nigella Lawson has praised it as “an utter joy”. Now, the author hopes pierogi will find their place in the conscience of the international foodie.
According to a new report by food delivery platform UberEats, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has seen a change in eating trends, with one quarter of Poles deciding to limit meat in their diet.
The Las Vegan’s unique chocolate bar wrappings are 100 percent plastic free and will be the first on the market to replace silverware and foil.
After taking over the family business, Magda Kubit is now leading the way plant-based dairy products and in January this year was awarded by the Open Cages association as one of ten Polish women changing the world for animals.
Natural cosmetics trade show Ekocuda will take place on the 27th and 28th of June in Centrum Praskie Koneser in Warsaw.
The city scores high once again on an international ranking of vegan eating, adding lustre to its growing reputation as one the best vegan cities in the world.
Apteka, which gets its name from the Polish word for “pharmacy”, was founded in Pittsburgh by Kate Lasky and Tomasz Skowronski, who return to Warsaw twice a year looking for inspiration.
“Vegetarianism has gone from being a niche market to a trend that will have a significant influence on the food and catering sectors,” say Arkadiusz Krupicz, co-founder and managing director of Pyszne.pl on food supplier.
With all its products vegan and cruelty free, Bohema want to change the face of fashion.