Poland has a chance to export some 2 billion Polish zloty (518.8 million U.S. dollars) worth of poultry to China, local media reported Monday.
The Rzeczpospolita daily wrote that a new representative office for Poland's poultry branch, to be officially opened in Shanghai later in the month, is to help Polish entrepreneurs enter the Chinese market.
The office is a joint effort of the Polish food sector.
Poland is currently the only European country which can export chicken and turkey meat to China. In 2015, Poland exported over 105 million Polish zloty worth of poultry products to China, according to the daily, and Poland's poultry exports may further reach 2 billion Polish zloty.
For the time being, Germany is the largest buyer of Polish poultry. Exports to that country reach some 400 million euros (446 million U.S. dollars).
Poland is one of the biggest producers of poultry in the European Union. (1 U.S. dollar=3.85 Polish zloty)