More then 60% of the whole Poland area is used for agriculture with 12% of working power of the country active in this sector. The agriculture workforce in Poland belongs to youngest in Europe, only around 8% of polish farmers are older then 64 years. There are approx 1,5 million of small farms with up to 10ha in Poland. The sector contributes only 3,5% to the country´s economy. In order to increase the competition lewel of polish farmers, small farms are merging into larger units in the past 5 years more and more offten.
Poland belongs to TOP of european agriculture in fruit and vegetable, wheat, poultry, beef, pork, dairy production.
Polish capital Warsaw, together with Krakow, Gdanks, Wroclaw and Poznan belong to TOP destinations for visitors in Europe.
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There is a very limited wine production in Poland. In 2014, wine production in Poland amounted to 13.4 million litres only, making Polish wine a niche. Presently the number of legally registered wineries is 78, …
The Polish organic food market presents opportunity for further intensive development. In recent years, the market for such products has increased by several percent each year. The increase in organically farmed area was spectacular between …
Poland is a country rich in mineral resources. The limestone deposits of the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship are of particular importance. They are used mainly in lime and cement industry. The region has lime mines with …
Poland is a net exporter of beef. Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and France are major importers of Polish beef within the EU, while Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hong Kong are major buyers from outside the …
The Polish agricultural machinery and equipment market is currently dominated by European manufacturers. The main factors stimulating the demand for these products are the EU agricultural policy, availability of EU funds through various programs and …
✓ 9 million ha of forest ✓ Coniferous species represent over 70 percent of Poland's forests ✓ The most common varieties in Polish forests are pine (over 62 percent), spruce (nearly 7 percent), beech (nearly 7 percent), …
✔ Poland is the 4th largest dairy producer in the EU following Germany, France and Great Britain. Milk production in Poland accounts for: ✓ 2,1 % of the World production ✓ 8,2 % of production in the …
Poland is one of Europe’s biggest grain producers, with a farm sector that has changed dramatically since it joined the European Union (E.U.) more than 10 years ago. Polish agriculture is now covered by Europe’s …
Contemporary vegetable production in Poland combines a long tradition with a modern approach by applying new technologies, specialising farm production and introducing new and efficient vegetable varieties for sowing. In 2013, there were 90 thousand …
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