Set up two years ago by Bartłomiej Rak and Katarzyna Młynarczyk, REBREAD is a company on a mission to “save as much unused bread as possible” and transform it from “waste to a raw material that can be reused, saving resources, energy and the environment.”
Poles' alcohol consumption pattern is changing towards more frequent use of strong spirits, according to the latest report.
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Poland's Maspex Group has finalised the takeover of the Polish assets of the Roust Corporation and has bought alcohol distributor CEDC International and its subsidiary B2B Wine & Spirits together with brands owned by CEDC.
Due to hit the market in the forthcoming weeks under the name Okowita, the spirit has already met with rave reviews from those industry experts that have been privy to preview tastings.
This was where angels feared to tread. But changes have been meteoric. If Praga was once a byword for abandonment and decay, today it has become a calling card for the very concept of urban regeneration.
Alcohol seized by the authorities will be turned into disinfectant to help keep buildings virus free.
The European Union and China agreed on Wednesday to protect 100 European regional food and drinks from imitation, with vodka being the only Polish product on the list.
On average a 163 bottles are ordered to help celebrate a marriage, making it by far the most popular wedding drink.
To mark International Women’s Day, TFN profiles some pioneering women who are shaping, redefining and transforming the country’s food and drink industry.