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Poland's first restaurant with a vegan certificate

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Roberto Galea 17.05.2017 14:54
  • Poland's first restaurant with a vegan certificate
The V-Label is an internationally recognised and registered symbol for labelling vegan and vegetarian products and services.
Malka Kafka, the owner of Tel Aviv Food and Wine restaurant in Warsaw which has just received the first V-Label in PolandMalka Kafka, the owner of Tel Aviv Food and Wine restaurant in Warsaw which has just received the first V-Label in Poland

For consumers, it is a guide to help them when they are shopping. For companies, it is a way of promoting transparency and clarity.

The initiator of this unique seal of quality for vegan and vegetarian products in Europe was the European Vegetarian Union in 1996.

Danuta Isler visited the first Polish restaurant – located in Warsaw – which has just been granted the official European V-label.

“The trend of veganism and vegetarianism is growing all over the world and in Poland and it is such a phenomenon in Warsaw that there are articles in foreign magazines [saying] that Warsaw is becoming the vegetarian capital of Europe,” Malka Kafka, the owner of Tel Aviv Food and Wine said.

Research done by CBOS shows that in 2000 around one percent of Poles said they were vegetarians – the number has now tripled.

There are over 60 vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Warsaw alone with Tel Aviv Food and Wine being one of the first in the capital.

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