In a special supplement to the Singaporean daily The Business Times: "Poland in the Spotlight", an article was published on the potential of the Polish agri-food sector, the development of food exports to the Singaporean market and Poland's potential in terms of foreign investments.

Polish Embassy in Singapore has organised the Poland SHIOK festival. The aim of the event, whose 5th edition takes place from March to May 2021, is to promote Poland, including its culture, culinary traditions, technological potential and tourist offer.

As part of this year's edition of the festival, a special supplement to the Singaporean daily The Business Times, "Poland in the Spotlight", published an article on the potential of the Polish agri-food sector and the development of food exports to the Singaporean market, as well as Poland's potential in terms of foreign investment.

Singapore is becoming an increasingly important partner for Polish exporters in the agri-food sector. Polish-Singaporean trade relations were significantly strengthened in 2020, when, as a result of the Polish government's response to the appeal of Singaporean government agencies, food deliveries were made, which contributed to improving Singapore's food security and expanding Poland's product offering in this market.

As a result, Polish food exports to Singapore reached a record €43.2 million in 2020, an increase of more than 100 per cent compared to 2019. At the same time, Polish eggs, pork, poultry meat, as well as frozen vegetables and ready meals were introduced to the Singaporean market.

We invite you to read the article in The Business Times:

https://www.imsph.sg/sphcountrysupplement/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2021/05/Poland-Spotlight-20210503.pdf

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