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The most popular vegetables among Polish consumers in March

Kantar: najpopularniejsze wśród polskich konsumentów warzywa w marcu
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Vegetables
Poland
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Apr 4, 2022
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The survey was carried out on March 11-16, 2022, on a representative sample of 1002 Poles aged 15 and more. Face-to-face interviews at respondents' homes (CAPI). Kantar asks respondents about the frequency of eating vegetables in the last week and about the consumption of vegetables and their preserves during individual meals on the day preceding the survey. The most popular vegetable in March was tomatoes, the consumption of which in the week preceding the survey was declared by 89% of Poles. The second place among Polish vegetables was taken by onions, eaten by 88% of respondents, while the third place belongs to cucumbers (83%). Compared to February, the consumption of: broccoli (by 5 pp), red beet (by 3 pp), pepper (by 3 pp), champignons (by 2 pp), and cauliflower (by 2 pp) increased. The consumption of: carrots (by 3 pp), cabbage (by 3 pp), onions (by 2 pp), and celery (by 2 pp) decreased. Consumption growth over 2 years - March 2022 vs. March 2022 - paprika, beetroot, cauliflower, tomatoes, as well as cucumbers, lettuce, and cabbage were noted.
The survey was carried out on March 11-16, 2022, on a representative sample of 1002 Poles aged 15 and more. Face-to-face interviews at respondents' homes (CAPI). Kantar asks respondents about the frequency of eating vegetables in the last week and about the consumption of vegetables and their preserves during individual meals on the day preceding the survey. The most popular vegetable in March was tomatoes, the consumption of which in the week preceding the survey was declared by 89% of Poles. The second place among Polish vegetables was taken by onions, eaten by 88% of respondents, while the third place belongs to cucumbers (83%). Compared to February, the consumption of: broccoli (by 5 pp), red beet (by 3 pp), pepper (by 3 pp), champignons (by 2 pp) and cauliflower (by 2 pp) increased. The consumption of: carrots (by 3 pp), cabbage (by 3 pp), onions (by 2 pp) and celery (by 2 pp) decreased. ...
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