Although in recent years meat consumption in Poland has fallen, as in much of Europe, the research published by Kantar Polska and BLIX Group revealed that meat is still an important item on the menu of Poles.
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In cooperation with Łódź City Hall, the CBil Pro-Akademia research and Innovation Centre has been looking for partners to install worm aquariums in residential blocks as part of their Smart Food Urban Living Lab programme.
Polish President Andrzej Duda said on Friday that he is strongly against an planned amendment to animal protection laws that bans fur breeding and exports of ritual slaughter meat.
Referring to amendments to an animal protection bill, head of the PiS parliamentary caucus Ryszard Terlecki told reporters on Friday that there were plans to compensate ritual meat producers after the law has come into effect.
Singapore will open its market to Polish eggs and egg and meat products, the Agriculture Ministry said on Friday, citing the Singaporean veterinary services.
“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.
The Polish Association of Beef Cattle Breeders' president, Jerzy Wierzbicki, has told PAP that Poland exports 80 percent of its beef products and that exports are vital to the industry's profitability.
Figures for last year show food exports on the rise and with meat in the vanguard.