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Polish parliament committee approves bill to allow direct food sales by farmers

Under the plan, farmers will be enabled to sell up to PLN 40,000 (€9,300) worth of produce tax-free.

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The Agriculture and Rural Development Committee of the Sejm, the lower chamber of Poland’s parliament, has approved the draft bill to allow local farmers to sell their produce directly to legal entities such as stores, restaurants, and canteens. The legislation will now be forwarded to its second reading by the Sejm.

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