Poland: Food Service – Hotel Restaurant Institutional

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Poland’s hotel, restaurant, and institution (HRI) markets were valued at upwards of $7.0 billion in 2018. The number of Polish catering establishments in 2018 reached roughly 70,000 units. International chains are strongly positioned in the quick service segment. In 2018, 2,600 hotels operated in Poland, a two-percent increase over 2017. In 2018, Poland imported $26 billion of food, agricultural, and related products, of which $481 million was sourced from the United States. U.S. products with strong HRI sales potential in Poland include fish and seafood, wine, distilled spirits, tree nuts, dry fruit, and innovated food ingredient products.

Poland: Food Service – Hotel Restaurant Institutional

 

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