Clean Eating boosts food exports to Sweden

Clean Eating has expanded its portfolio of products exported to Sweden. It includes, among others, pasta, carrot, spinach, noodles, and a series of sugar-free jams. It was founded in 2012 by a Swedish woman of Polish origin, Katrin Zytomierska, a popular TV presenter.


Despite the coronavirus pandemic, export of agri-food products were up 7% in 2020. Sales of food produced in Poland abroad amounted to EUR 34 billion, which meant an increase by approx. 7%. The agri-food industry turned out to be a segment of the domestic economy resistant to the crisis caused by the global epidemic.

As a consequence, the share of sales of food products in foreign trade turnover increased. Producers and companies responsible for the distribution of Polish food in the European Union countries and around the world, met the stringent sanitary requirements and reacted appropriately to the changing socio-economic situation.

Clean Eating – from Rawa Mazowiecka to Sweden
Meanwhile, the past year has shown that among the main trading partners of Poland there has been a decrease in exports to almost all countries, except Germany and Sweden, and an increase in imports – from China, South Korea and the Netherlands. One of the companies that increased the range of food products exported to Sweden is the Clean Eating brand. It was founded in 2012 by a Swedish woman of Polish origin, Katrin Zytomierska, a popular TV presenter and a promoter of the philosophy of life according to the principles of Clean Eating. Manual production of all products is based on ingredients supplied by Polish farmers. The company’s factory is located in Rawa Mazowiecka.

The company, responding to the growing interest in organic products and health food, expanded the portfolio of Clean Eating products exported to Sweden. It includes, among others, pasta: carrot, spinach and noodle, or a series of sugar-free jams: blackcurrant, strawberry, blueberry and raspberry. The supplemented offer includes two types of kombucha: cucumber and coriander, as well as acerola and ginger. Kombucha is an ancient remedy – a natural probiotic drink based on fermented tea from the so-called “Japanese tea mushroom”.

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