The bakery market in Poland
is a significant part of the overall food market and the sector is well represented both by large companies and artisan bakers.
This guide presented by our agents presents how to start a bakery in Poland
, the main steps and the manner in which this type of business can also be incorporated by foreign entrepreneurs
in the country.
Opening a bakery in Poland
Bakeries in Poland focus both on freshly baked items that are sold rapidly and on bread or pastry that have a longer shelf life, like the products typically found in supermarkets. Average bakeries offer a wide variety of products, so as to satisfy the changing and diverse goods of Polish buyers.
The steps below are important to take into consideration before starting a Polish bakery:
- - Choose the products: baked goods are diverse and companies in Poland can focus on providing savory or sweet patisserie goods; choosing the type of products that will be manufactured in an important step.
- - Incorporate: a bakery is commonly incorporated as a private limited liability company; it has lower requirements than the joint stock and it can be used for a small or medium business, suitable for an artisan bakery concept; foreign investors can request our special services for Polish company formation.
- - Start-up costs: the new bakery will need to be set up in a satisfactory location that will have room for the manufacturing equipment and the staff employed as well as a front store if this is included in the business concept.
- - Marketing: new bakers in towns like Wroclaw, Warsaw or other locations will want to promote their goods and services.
Company formation in Poland
These steps outline the process of opening a bakery in broad terms. Investors will also need to remember that the baking sector, like any other sub-sector of the food industry, is regulated and special permits and licenses are needed.
Our team can help you open a company in Poland
by following all of the needed requirements for the chosen business sector.
for complete assistance and advice on investing in Poland.