In August 2020, apples were the most popular fruit in Poland, with 76% of respondents consuming them, including 15% at least 4-5 times a week. Compared to July, there was an increase in the consumption of apples, raspberries, blueberries, cherries, red and black currants and chokeberry.
The popularity of plums and blackberries was also recorded for the first time, and it turned out that 49% and 16% of respondents ate them, respectively.
As for vegetables, the most popular are potatoes (97%), tomatoes (95%) and cucumbers (91%).
The consumption of virtually every vegetable increased, except for cabbage, cauliflower and carrots, the consumption of which remained at around the same level as before, says Kantar expert Agata Zadrożna.
Carrots (84%), cabbage (65%) and peppers (65%) were also often on the tables of Poles. Carrots were eaten by 4% of the respondents every day, cabbage by 1%, and peppers by 2%.
Less frequently eaten are green beans (63%), cauliflower (58%), zucchini (41%) and broccoli (39%).