Can Poland become self-sufficient in food production?

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The following aspects of food security are the most commonly analyzed: affordability, availability and quality and safety. Affordability is defined as “the presence of adequate amount of food for the whole population at a given time, in order to provide sustenance”. Availability refers to unrestricted food supply on the market, while quality means that the food ensure a balanced and safe diet.

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Food security in Poland and the national legislation

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A discussion about food security in Poland ought to start from the laws and regulations currently in force in the country. At present, agricultural produce we consume may come from any place in the world. Consequently, it would be advisable for the regulations concerning food, which are becoming stricter and stricter, to be implemented consistently by suitable institutions and supervisory bodies.

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Contemporary farming and problems posed by globalization

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Polish agriculture requires an impulse leading to modernization. Domestic farms need more resources allocated to innovation. Resources ought to be used better, and productivity should be improved, as the competition from global food corporations is on the rise. Farming that is adaptable to such conditions may cope with the challenges posed by globalization.

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Food security of Poland

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Poland is relatively safe from the threat of losing food security. However, the situation could be improved further thanks to various measures. Most of them are connected with judicious agricultural policy.

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2015: threats and opportunities for the Polish fertilizer market

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The Russian embargo on Polish food, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the European Climate Change Adaptation Conference – all those events in 2014 had their impact on the food and fertilizer market in Poland. They have necessitated changes, which Poland and rest of Europe need to face if the inhabitants of the Old Continents are to enjoy food security in the long term.

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