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Try Fine Food - a Polish Programme on Food Quality

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  • Other Events
  • Keyword(s)

    Campaign, Communications, Food quality, Food safety, Information, Public awareness, Quality certification, Quality control


    "Try Fine Food" is a flagship programme carried out by the Polish Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development since several years. It invites producers and consumers to pay a close attention to the quality of food produced in Poland. The programme is completely voluntary, which means that food producers are willingly putting to the test their own products. Once the product has been verified by the Scientific Committee for Food Quality, a "Try Find Food" label is granted for a couple of years.

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    Main purpose

    The main goal of this programme is to encourage consumers to select and buy high quality Polish products by providing them with valid information on the quality and the origin of the food they buy. Another objective is to expand the 'good quality' food market in Poland.

    tools used

    Website, logo, publications, videos, events

    Target audience

    EAFRD Beneficiaries:

  • Farmers
  • Other rural businesses
  • Women
  • Youth
  • Marginalised and Disabled
  • Other EAFRD Beneficiaries

  • Rural Development Stakeholders:

  • NRNs
  • Managing Authorities
  • Other Government
  • LAGs
  • EU Institutions
  • Other Rural Development Stakeholders

  • General Audience:

  • Students
  • Youth
  • General Public
  • Urban Population
  • Rural Population
  • Other General Audience
  • Technical information

    All certified products bear the “Try Fine Food” logo. The logo’s design is simple, with red and white colours, associated with the Polish flag. The programme has been promoted in various ways, such as events, videos and publications including the list of certified products.

    Date produced


    Cost range

    €50 000 to €100 000


    Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

    Distribution & Promotion

    Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

    Assessment of effectiveness

    The programme is well recognised and accepted by Polish population. The "Try Fine Food" products are easily accessible in many shops across the country. The label has also become very popular among food producers, as they are regularly applying to join the campaign or extend their participation. The number of products with the ''Try Fine Food'' label is growing each year.

    Name of organisation

    Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Poland)

    Type of

    Managing Authority



    Name of contact person

    Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Poland)


    Wspólna, 30
    00-930 Warszawa


    0048 22 6231000