BIOEXPO Warsaw 2022 Schedule

October 6, Thursday

Panel 1: Creating an eco market

12:00-14:00 pm

Part One: Changes in regulations governing the bio food market


Chairing: Kamilla Stańczyk

1. How does eco production translate into the environment and why is it better than conventional production?

Member of the Polish Chamber of Organic Food Enthusiast of a healthy and natural lifestyle. Graduate of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences and the Executive MBA program of the Warsaw University of Technology. Co-owner of a distributor of organic non-food products.


Chairing: Jan Golba

2. Plans of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development related to the development of the organic market in Poland.

Deputy Director of the Department of Organic Agriculture and Food Quality at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.


Chair: Dr. Urszula Sołtysiak

3. Changes in regulations and the practice of organic food producer

Spokesperson for PIFE. Long-time lecturer at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences on organic production, co-founder of the organic farming movement in Poland.


Chair: Magdalena Świąder

4. The first year of the new EU regulation 2018/848 - barriers and opportunities

Legal Counsel. Advises on regulated products such as organic food, medicinal products, medical devices.


conducting: Karol Przybylak

5. DEBATE: Changes in regulations governing the organic food market

Participation: Jan Golba, Urszula Sołtysiak, Magdalena Świąder


Part two: BIO market in Europe (in English)


Chair: Krystyna Radkowska

1. President of the Polish Chamber of Organic Food


conducting: Joanna Wierzbicka

2. The BIO market in Europe from the perspective of change 2020/2021

Strategic development manager at IFOAM Organics Europe, a European federation representing actors in the organic supply chain.


Chair: Thomas Rech

3. BIO market in Austria

Representative of the Austrian Ministry of Agriculture.


Chair: PA Jan Groen Green Organics BV

4. BIO market in the Netherlands


conducting: Pernille Bundgård

5. Market in BIO in Denmark

International Market Director, Organic Denmark


conducting: Karol Przybylak

6. DEBATE: catch up with Europe

Participation: Krystyna Radkowska, Joanna Wierzbicka, Thomas Rech, Jan Groen, Pernille Bundgård

October 7, Friday

Panel 2: Trends in eco

11:30-12:30 a.m.

Part One: Consumer and export destinations


Chair: Anna Jurkowska

1. Export potential of Polish organic food. Grants and support from PAIH

Expert of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) operating in Poland and through a network of Foreign Trade Offices around the world.


conducted by: Marek Marzec

2. How to start exporting? What are the foreign markets like? Where to look for export support?

Graduate of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Food Technology 1976. Founder of the Ewa-BIS group, which currently consists of 15 Companies located in Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, Nigeria and Canada.


conducted by: Magdalena Świąder

3. From "green claims" to "greenwashing". Carbon footprint information and other "green claims"

Legal Counsel. Advises on regulated products such as organic food, medicinal products, medical devices.

12:30-14:00 pm

Part Two: Consumer and online sales


conducting: Elżbieta Radzka-Ferenc

1. TOP 10 most important consumer trends in 2022

Has been supporting the businesses of Polish and international companies since 2003, particularly in the food sector. Specializes in integrated communications in the areas of public relations, digital, SOME, influencer and content marketing. Implements effective educational and CSR campaigns.


Running: Witold Ferenc

2. How to sell BIO food online?

E-commerce and fintech entrepreneur. Founder of the largest e-grocery service in Poland.


conducting: Karol Przybylak

3. On selling online Editor-in-chief and publisher of magazine and portal, for many years has been publishing articles on the development of the organic, traditional and local food market. Originator and coordinator of the training project “Biokurier Academy”.


conducting: Karol Przybylak

4. DEBATE on online sales

3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

Part Three: Organic packaging


conducting: Jakub Tyczkowski

1. How to conduct educational campaigns on ecological packaging?

Representative of the Polish Chamber of Packaging; Rekopol Packaging Recovery Organization is the only packaging recovery organization in Poland founded by entrepreneurs who introduce packaged products into the Polish market.


conducting: Krzysztof Baczynski

2. Implementation of the EU directive on Extended Producer Responsibility

President of the Management Board of EKO-PAK The EKO-PAK Employers’ Association brings together companies that produce packaged products, as well as those that produce the packaging itself.


conduct: Piotr Nowak

3. High-quality production of individualized glass packaging

Director of Quality and Production Preparation at Presa glassworks in Pobiedziska.


conducting: REKOPOL

4. DEBATE: the future of BIO packaging

October 8, Saturday

Panel 3: How to join the eco market?



conducted by: Łukasz Gębka

1. How does an organic farm function "from the inside"?

Member of the Board of the Polish Chamber of Organic Food Since 2002 he has been running an organic farm, Farma Świętokrzyska


conducted by: Prof. Jerzy Szymona

2. The official path and the form for notification of organic farming activities

Member of Ekogwarancja PTRE, which is the leading certification body for products in the organic farming system, acting under the authority of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Panel 4: Sustainability



Chair: dr. n. chem. Sebastian Grzyb

1. How does eco composition translate into our body? Specific studies will be cited during the lecture

Rector of the College of Engineering and Health Sciences in Warsaw Lecturer in the field of chemical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences and health sciences, in the fields of dietetics, food chemistry, food, dietary supplements and cosmetic products.


conduct: Justyna Zwolinska

2. Pesticides and residues in organic food, with a special focus on glyphosate

Member of the Living Earth Coalition. The Living Earth Coalition is made up of social, agricultural and environmental organizations, initiatives and movements. They work for changes in agricultural and food policy in Poland and the EU towards agriculture based on the principles of agroecology, especially organic farming.


conducted by: Magdalena Świąder

3. Animal welfare - needs and directions of changes in the context of changes in EU regulations (transport of animals, ban on cage farming, EU animal welfare labeling system).

Legal Advisor. Advises on regulated products such as organic food, medicinal products, medical devices.