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 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.
Large chains selling cosmetic and beauty products have managed to rebuff the worst of the pandemic recession, opening more stores and online platforms.
The report by The Polish Union of the Cosmetics Industry, Nielsen and Mintel, forecasts that the size of the market will continue to grow over the coming years and by 2023 will reach 4.5 billion EUR.
Once small, the market for hand-made cosmetics is increasing as people go green.
Natural cosmetics trade show Ekocuda will take place on the 27th and 28th of June in Centrum Praskie Koneser in Warsaw.
The value of the Polish market of eco-friendly cosmetics has increased by 71 percent over the last year, the daily Puls Biznesu wrote on Wednesday citing a study by pollster GfK Polonia.