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Made in Poland products?




Bartolome 2 | 1,086   19 Jan 2007 /  #31
These are some things I saw in Scotland:
- Fiat Cinquecentos (probably made in Poland, FSM Bielsko-Biala);
- some Polish kielbasa in Asda;
- Tyskie, Zywiec beer in JD Wetherspoon and some other pubs

If i spot something else, I'll let you know.


iwona 12 | 542   19 Jan 2007 /  #32
I saw at Tesco in Uk:
kabanos Morliny( I donit even know where Morliny are?)
polish compote cherry and black currants
sauerkraut
some small tinned ham
sesame snaps ( sezamki)

Zywiec, Tyskie and Okocim

Bartolome 2 | 1,086   20 Jan 2007 /  #33
PS. FIAT cars are made in Poland anyway, so not only Cinquecentos, but Pandas, Seicentos and others (I suppose).

tsa   7 Mar 2007 /  #34
Polish butter (maslo). Good.

erg   7 Mar 2007 /  #35
Look for LCDs from Poland. Ooops... You dont have them in states. Ok. Try ships and german cars:). Cosmetics and satelite parts maybe. Rest is too expensive for US of A. You guys got everything from Asia.

rick54 4 | 9   8 Mar 2007 /  #36
The wife and I were recently in Chicago for the opera, and as you woman all know so very well, the way to a man's heart is through his stomach! So it was off to N. Milwaukee St. to visit the Polish meat markets and shops. My wife has been wanting for some time now, a set of the Polish dinner plates. From what I understand, they're very colorful and decorative. Nevertheless, we were able to get some great sausages, etc, but nothing to serve it on!

FISZ 24 | 2,117   8 Mar 2007 /  #37
My wife has been wanting for some time now, a set of the Polish dinner plates.

I've recently picked up a nice "traditional" serving set from an antique store in Poznan. I'd recommend you go to PL for something like this or it may be expensive.

rick54 4 | 9   8 Mar 2007 /  #38
FISZ, you mean take a trip to PL to buy a set of plates as a cost savings measure?
Ouch, I was thinking more on the line of dialing 1-800-Polish-Plate and having them delivered to my door here in Michigan!
When my wife drags me along shopping, I always insist on "touch and release".
I would never go to PL with her shopping! We'd never get back!

FISZ 24 | 2,117   8 Mar 2007 /  #39
FISZ, you mean take a trip to PL to buy a set of plates as a cost savings measure?

No way....bit extreme :) I just saw some fantastic pieces there. maybe an antique store in MI.

krysia 23 | 3,060   8 Mar 2007 /  #40
Just google "Polish pottery" and there are many designs to chose from and they will deliver to your door.

i_love_detroit 1 | 69   8 Mar 2007 /  #41
In California you can find easily (as well as all over other states, or provinces of Canada) sesame snaps. They don't look like they are Polish but on the back you can read "Made in Poland".

krysia 23 | 3,060   8 Mar 2007 /  #42
Those are my favorites! Yum!!!

Lukasz 49 | 1,751   10 Oct 2007 /  #43
created by Polish enginers, made in Poland.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopard_(car)

This is car for really special people,

Who bought this car:

King of Sweeden Karol XVI Gustaw Bernadotte.
Some arab nobels

Mermaid - | 29   10 Oct 2007 /  #44
In Canada ( at Winners stores) you can buy beautiful Christmas ornaments, candles, Boleslawiec pottery, hand-blown glassware (Krosno), crystals.

polishgirltx   10 Oct 2007 /  #45
In the US you can buy beautiful glassware from Krosno (at Crate & Barrel).

Polanglik 11 | 303   11 Oct 2007 /  #46
Here in the Uk you can buy most Polish foods .... there has always been a 'Polski Sklep' for as long as I can remember .... and i am now in my ??'s, selling Polish produce like kielbasa, mushrooms, ogorki etc...

In the past it was just the 'Polski Sklep', but now I have seen sections in most of the major supermarkets stocking Polish produce ..... e.g. Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury ..... shouldn't really be surprised as most of the people working in these stores seem to be Polish !!!

I have seen furniture 'Made in Poland' also ..... and this dining table and 4 chairs has lasted longer than others I have bought in the past !

There is also Polish crystal, glassware, cutlery, etc ...... and most of the Polish products are of excellent quality and workmanship.

Lightbulb 1 | 39   11 Oct 2007 /  #47
Yeah. There's an Iranian market in Aliso Viejo or Laguna Niguel that has all kinds of Russian/Polish/other E. European candies, and probably other stuff. There are tons of Armenian markets in Glendale, and another that I go to sometimes in Diamond Bar.

Odds are, at least one of those is near you, since they range over about 130 miles. :)

DumbYankee71 - | 18   11 Oct 2007 /  #48
We know you're close to Uncle Vlad in Russia; need we know more??

Lukasz 49 | 1,751   12 Oct 2007 /  #49
hmmm you know where is Poland ? :) can you point Europe on the map :) psss ...land is green ... :)

Poland has a long history of soaring excellence. Many Polish gliders have won or placed high in world competitions, including the SZD-19 "Zefir", the SZD-24 "Foka", the SZD-36 "Cobra", the SZD-55, the SZD-56 "Diana". So the "Diana 2" is simply the latest in a long series of outstanding Polish sailplanes.

Yes we do the best sailplanes all over the world

wqeweqrg

computer games

for example this one is made by Poles in Poland (CDPROJEKT)

wwwd

perfect trailer, you should watch it : thewitcher.com

Polson 5 | 1,777   13 Oct 2007 /  #50
Hehe Lukasz, have you seen my displayed pic ? ;) The Witcher...i read the first book i'm waiting for the second, and the game seems to be really great !! ;)

Lukasz 49 | 1,751   13 Oct 2007 /  #51
The Witcher...i read the first book i'm waiting for the second

it is good to read this books before saga

"Sword of Destiny"

"The Last Wish"

the plots form this books apeares in saga

as to the book, really grate piece of Polish fantasy.

as to the game I rather dont have time to play, but it looks very tempting.

Polson 5 | 1,777   13 Oct 2007 /  #52
"The Last Wish"

It's the one i read ;) And the next one is being translated (in French) and is said to be available on January 2008 ;)

as to the game I rather dont have time to play, but it looks very tempting.

Yep ! I wish there was a Nintendo Wii version...i would have bought the Wii + The Witcher ;)

Lukasz 49 | 1,751   13 Oct 2007 /  #53
Yep ! I wish it had a Nintendo Wii version...i would have bought the Wii + The Witcher ;)

Honestly I dont know ;)

Polson 5 | 1,777   13 Oct 2007 /  #54
No it's supposed to be only a PC game...so no Playstation, or Wii... ;)

Gotta go (eat) now.

z_darius 14 | 3,975   19 Oct 2007 /  #55
In Ontario we have a lot of Polish glassware, cookware, some clothing and shoes.

Imported Polish food is available in most super markets and is very popular. Mostly jar stuff and candy. You can get what they call "Polish kolbasa" but it aint Polish at all. For that we go to Polish, German or Russia stores.

Polanglik 11 | 303   19 Oct 2007 /  #56
Ordered a desk from Argos and had it delivered earlier today ....... surprise surprise , it was 'Made in Poland' !

PolishBeerPlz   24 Oct 2007 /  #57
Hello all! This is Leszek from Southern California. I am looking for a place here to buy Tyskie, or Lech, all I have been able to find here is Okociem and Zywiec at my local bevmo "beverages and more", but no luck finding any other great Polish beers here in so-cal. Any ideas or leads on where I can find some other Polish beers, thanks please e-mail me at fordtruckguy82@yahoo.com

sledz 23 | 2,260   24 Oct 2007 /  #58
binnys.com sells it

roalex 13 | 40   24 Oct 2007 /  #59
I live in Taiwan and I have seen Polish Zubrowka at Carrefour and at a store called HOLA I once saw Polish chocolates.

DaveInCal - | 23   25 Oct 2007 /  #60
At my local 99 Cent Store I found Loucks brand sesame snaps. Pretty tasty!






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