Stay natural in Polish way

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About our campaign

More and more of us, Polish consumers, are trying to consciously buy and eat high-quality organic Polish products.

Following the above needs of consumers and willingness to support Polish organic farming, together with the entire team of the Polish Ecology Association we are starting a nationwide campaign.

mięso wołowe


Polish beef is one of the most nutritious meat types in terms of its nutritive composition and content of exogenous substances - those that can not be produced by our organism.

It is characterized by high content of well absorbable protein and medium fat content. It is also a source of vitamin B12, which supports muscle oxygenation and, by taking part in the process of creating red blood cells, prevents us from anemia.

In addition, it contains vitamins B1 and B6, which are involved in the synthesis of the protein necessary for building up muscles. Good quality beef is tender, juicy and tasty.

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mięso wieprzowe


Pork meat plays a big role in Polish culinary tradition and its native breeds are highly valued in Europe. In recent years, thanks to improved quality of farming, energy value of pork decreased and, on the other hand, its nutritional value increased significantly.

Pork meat is a very good source of vitamin B1. It is also rich in complete protein, essential for body regeneration, as well as iron and other minerals.

Pork meat is tender and crispy. Its taste, smell and tenderness is influenced by the level of intramuscular fat.

It is worth buying pork from native breeds, such as "pulawska" or "zlotnicka pstra".

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owoce i warzywa

Fruits and vegetables

Fruit and vegetables are a basic, valuable source of vitamins and minerals that should be the foundation of our daily diet. Rich in vitamins C, B, beta-carotene, folates and fiber, they provide substances necessary for the body. Diversity of fruits and vegetables allows consumers to eat in a balanced and varied way.

Some of the products in this group - berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries), leafy vegetables (kale, spinach), cabbage, sea buckthorn and chokeberry - are considered Polish superfoods. They contain a lot of valuable ingredients necessary for our health.

By choosing Polish seasonal fruit and vegetables you provide yourself and your family with plenty of tasty organic products that Poland is famous for.

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zboża i produkty zbożowe

Grains and cereals

Cereal products - flour, grains, rice, cereals, bran, pasta and bread, form the second degree of the food pyramid, making them one of the basic product groups, after vegetables and fruits - we should consume them daily in large quantity.

The most popular types of grains cultivated in Poland are barley, avena, wheat, rye, triticale.

It is also worth buying ancient grains such as spelt, emmer wheat and einkorn. Grain products are made up mainly of complex carbohydrates, in particular of starch.

They also contain protein, fiber, vitamins B and minerals: phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, iron, manganese, sulfur, chlorine.

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"I choose Polish eco" is a nationwide campaign aimed at:

making the Polish consumers aware of the importance of choosing certified national organic products and broadening their knowledge about the significance of a diverse diet in everyday life.

How to buy?

When choosing products, we should pay attention to their correct marking. Do you know these signs?

Learn the myths about food


Refuting food myths: “Sugar in fruits is harmful”

Myths about sugar in fruits, rooted in society, result from many factors. Sugar is shown in media as a "white death", and your friends probably suggest to avoid it as much as possible.

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Refuting food myths: "Pork meat is high in fat and should be reduced in its consumption"

How often, while maintaining a balanced diet, can we include pork in our meals? Many sources warn us against consuming it, primarily due to the high content of saturated fats and artificial additives.

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Refuting food myths: "Human body does not tolerate gluten"

"Human body does not tolerate gluten" - myth or fact? Looking at nutritional trends in recent years, it is easy to notice that the consumption of this ingredient is causing fear among a lot of people.

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Refuting food myths: “Antibiotics in meat”

Many people limit their meat consumption because of the fear of the antibiotics and hormones it contains. This is unnecessary - meat of Polish origin is not stuffed with bactericidal substances that affect people’s health.

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We believe that health begins on a plate, and actually in a shopping basket, which is why we are already saying out loud: #IchoosePolisheco.
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