- Poland is one of the largest and most modern European producers of dairy products, such as cheese and cheese curds, butter, yoghurt, powdered milk and whey.
- Poland is one of the leading EU producers of fruit and vegetables, mostly apples, currants, raspberries, chokeberries, blueberries, strawberries, mushrooms, cruciferous and root vegetables, onions, cucumbers, tomatoes.
- The flagship stars of Polish exports are fruit juices and concentrates made of apples, black currants, chokeberries.
- Very popular are also high quality fruit and vegetable preserves, such as sauerkraut, products from healthy beetroot, dill-preserved cucumbers in many flavour combinations, aromatic plum preserves.
- Poland, in fact, is the European leader in production and exports of frozen fruit and vegetables, with over 60% of production shipped to export markets.
- Renowned Polish specialities are chocolate and confectionery, for example the amazing chocolate-coated plum, other chocolate covered fruits and nuts, cream fudge, caramels, cookies.
- Other top products on Poland’s export list include products and processed products made of fish, poultry and pork. Poland is the largest EU poultry producer -some 30% of Poland’s poultry meat production is destined for export.
- Popular and valued both by domestic and foreign consumers are also grain-based products, such as flour, groats, muesli, pasta.
- Poland has its own local products, which are superfoods, such as the gluten-free millet, buckwheat, cranberries, blueberries, bilberries and chokeberries, rich in vitamin C sauerkraut, rich in precious minerals beetroot, flax seeds.
Poland devotes priority attention to its food exports, promoting them in foreign markets under the slogan “Poland tastes good”, and building a uniform promotional message that resonates with its burgeoning foreign customers.
Poland has a very vibrant and sophisticated food sector that will be promoting its quality, affordability and diversity around the worldwide with major imports & export trade policy .