Poland is the world's fourth largest chocolate exporter after Germany, Belgium and Italy, a report published on Tuesday revealed.
According to ‘The Global and the Polish chocolate market’ report commissioned by Polish chocolate brand Wedel with data from NielsenIQ, last year the value of Polish chocolate sales abroad was 2.08 million dollars, a 7.3 percent share of world exports, with only Germany, Belgium and Italy ahead.
Poles bought a record number of products under the Fairtrade brand last year, with coffee and chocolate topping the shopping list, the Fairtrade Foundation stated in a report published on Thursday.
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.
Led by renowned gingerbread artist Marcin Goetz, more than 30 artists came together to create the 80-square-metre gingerbread town in the city of Gliwice, southwest Poland.
The dream came true for Warsaw’s chocoholics when Wedel allowed them rare access to the factory.
A lorry carrying 12 tonnes of liquid chocolate lost its load after overturning on a Polish motorway.