Sweet market

  • Polish sweets market 2013

    Wtorek, 24 lutego 2015

    An analysis of selected issues and trends in the Polish production and foreign trade of confectionery products for 2013. (FAMMU/FAPA) Foreign Agricultural Markets Monitoring Unit – April 2014. Read more »

  • Polish sweets market 2012

    Piątek, 24 stycznia 2014

    Sweets (confectionery products containing cocoa and containing no cocoa – CN codes 1806 and 1704) were the most valuable items in both exports and imports of sugar and confectionery products. In 2012, the amount of sweets exported grew by 11% reaching 274.2 thousand tons. Read more »

  • Discover Polish Sweets

    Piątek, 24 stycznia 2014

    8 kg – this is how much sweets an average Pole consumes within a year. More than €2 billion – this is the value of the Polish confectionery market. Almost half of this value is export. Even now, Polish sweets are exported to more than 60 countries worldwide. Read more »

  • Polish Sweets – The Story

    Piątek, 10 lutego 2012

    The history of sweets is very long and interesting. They were probably discovered by The Egyptians 4 000 years ago. Fruit and nuts dipped in honey were at that time their sweet delicacies. In India, honey was a rarity at the time, accessible by very few. The others gorged on bananas boiled in milk. The Japanese have known sugar since the eighth century C.E. Now what is the history of Polish... Read more »

  • Sweets in The World Market

    Piątek, 10 lutego 2012

    Polish sweets are a highly-valued product and sought after in many countries around the world. Poland is also a country where the domestic consumers will be happy to try foreign products. So, how, from the Polish perspective, does the export and import of sweets look like? Read more »