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Poland experiences the ‘GAMBÍN fever’

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Its cities and regions are part of popular memory because of their importance in universal history. Both in past centuries and in recent decades, their kings, military, politicians, personalities and ordinary citizens have starred in some of the most remarkable episodes in humanity. Many of them were glorious, others were sad and shameful moments for mankind.

Overcome but not forgotten, Poland has experienced a vertiginous development in the last two decades. A path that began in 1989, after a series of social, economic and political changes that led to the signing of an Economic Trade Agreement with the European Economic Community. This paved a gateway to become a full member of the European Union on May 1st of 2004.

Since then, it has only known economic and social growth. The latest data published by Eurostat, highlights that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Poland grows the most compared to the rest of the continent; 1.3% in the last quarter, and probably a 4% on a yearly basis.

As a result, people in Poland are motivated and the desire to live is fully present on every street corner. They open themselves to the world by offering excellent produce and services, whilst showing a total predisposition to receive goods from other places. That’s where GAMBÍN jumps in.

The main markets throughout the Polish geography consider our citrus as preferential. GAMBÍN oranges, lemons and tangerines evoke a Mediterranean essence to consumers. The warmth of its environment, the sweetness of its spirit, the joviality of its people and the fresh taste of its fruits are only to be found in our region. But that’s not enough to be successful. The buyer in Poland knows how to distinguish quality fruit, and he is aware that it is not enough to have but magnificent conditions in order to get a premium product. A thorough fruit selection, an outstanding management, a careful and efficient transport, and a proper conditioning of merchandise will highlight first-class goods and they are indispensable factors to fulfil the most demanding expectations. To this purpose, GAMBÍN never fails, constantly providing citrus meeting the highest quality standards.

Markets such as Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw, Krakow, Katowice or Bydgoszcz are aware of this. That is why local distributors have forged a special relationship with GAMBÍN. They take pride in their mutual knowledge, unwavering trust and constant information exchange. This has positioned our brand as a reference for greengrocers, supermarkets, restaurants and gourmet stores. They can rely on premium products, goods that are available only after a detailed selection and necessary testing.

GAMBÍN loves Poland and Poland loves GAMBÍN. A relationship of passion, out of respect for the way of doing things and mutual recognition that started more than a decade ago, but that has only just begun.