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Beekeepers: Poles are most likely to buy multifloral honey

Published May 17, 2024

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Multifloral honey is the most popular type among Polish residents, with over 40% favoring it, followed by linden, acacia, and heather honeys. Research shows that 80% of Poles check the type of honey before buying, with regional preferences affecting production and consumption. The southern region specializes in honeydew honey, the north in multifloral and rapeseed honey, the east in buckwheat honey, and the west in linden and acacia honey. Climate changes and strict regulations are making varietal honey production more challenging. Poland's average honey consumption is 1 kg per person per year, which is lower than the Western European average of 1.7 kg, suggesting potential for increased demand.
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Polish residents prefer multifloral honey - 40 percent choose it. customers, but linden, acacia and heather honeys are also popular - informs the Polish Chamber of Honey Association. According to data from the Polish Chamber of Honey, multifloral honey is preferred, chosen by over 40 percent. customers. The next places in terms of popularity are taken by: linden honey (11%), honeydew honey and buckwheat honey (8% each) and acacia honey (7%). Research conducted in March 2024 by SW Research shows that 80 percent inhabitants of Poland, when buying honey, check its type and this is the most important selection criterion. Both the production and consumption of honey are regional - e.g. the southern part of the country specializes in the production of the honeydew variety, while in the north multifloral honey and rapeseed honey with a creamy consistency are produced. In the eastern part of Poland, "number one" is dark buckwheat honey, with a distinctive taste. The western part of the ...
Source: AgroPolska
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