In Poland there is a long and rich tradition of orchards. Unfortunately, nowadays the market is dominated by foreign, easy to grow varieties, which breach the natural soil balance and local biodiversity. They require also more water use, chemical products and pesticides, having a dramatic impact on environment and human health. However, there is a growing awareness of healthy food and eco-farming. People are looking for direct contacts with farmers to avoid intermediaries and big grocery chains. Old vegetables are more and more popular and present in local restaurants in small eco-stores. There is also a strong focus on local suppliers and local producers as people are more and more aware of how beneficial for environment and local economy it is.