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No. 5 (278)
May 2018

Greater receipts from the excise tax

According to the report of the ministry of finance, this year’s receipts from the excise tax to the state budget (anticipated 8.4 billion PLN) shall be greater. Already in the first five months of 2007, the receipts from spirit products amounted to 2.1 billion PLN and were by 12% higher than a year earlier.

Rynki Alkoholowe, 8/2007

What will happen with vodka?
spis-1.jpgResearch, Development and Technology ­Department Manager of V&S Luksusowa Zielona Góra SA
A broad definition of vodka, which allows all agricultural raw materials to be used in the production of vodka, has been passed with the decision of the European Parliament. In case of application of non-standard raw materials, that is to say corn, potatoes and molasses, a vodka label must inform about a raw material such vodka was produced of, such as grapes, bananas or other products. This is a slight nod towards the countries, which are producers of vodka made of the traditional raw materials, as it actually the raw materials make up the essence of the organoleptic properties of vodka. Unfortunately, the states of the so-called vodka coalition: Poland, Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, which strived for production of vodka only from potatoes, corn and molasses, have not gained majority of votes for the introduced amendments to the definition.
Rums, gins and tequilas - brand knowledge
spis-2.jpgPeople declaring alcohol consumption has been asked about high and low alcohol content beverages, which they had consumed over the last 3 months. Beers turned out to be the most popular beverages and were consumed by three fourth of people drinking alcohol (75.2%) and pure vodkas by over a half of respondents (56.5%). One third of the poll respondents had drunk sparkling wines and champagnes (32.2%) and every fifth dry, semi-dry (22.5%), sweet or semi-sweet (20.5%) wines. 
Development perspectives of the Polish agricultural distilleries
spis-3.jpgThe situation of agricultural distilleries in Poland has been associated with demand reported by two basic sectors for years – fuel sector (purchase of agricultural distillate for dehydration and application in the Polish fuels after blending it with benzine) and the spirit sector (spirit processed to rectified spirit and then to alcoholic beverages).
The forecasts of experts regarding the Polish agricultural distilleries presented over the last years in popular industry’s magazines, usually turned out to be true. These forecasts concerned the growing production of bio-ethanol after the entry to the EU, greater domestic utilisation and export as well as the relatively stable situation of alcoholic beverages on the market (domestic utilisation 90 - 100 M l/year/100%).
The fifth edition of IFE Poland
spis-1.jpgNearly 6,000 people, 345 exhibitors from 35 different countries participated in one of the largest event of food industry. The fifth edition of the International Food, Drink and Hospitality Exhibition IFE Poland 2007 took place between the 16th and the 18th of May 2007 in the Warsaw Expo XXI Hall. The 1st edition of the international fairs of the HoReCa industry was organised for the first time this year. As every year, prizes and awards for the Best Products of IFE 2007 Poland have been granted.
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